Improving Behavior and Instruction using Technology Tools with Youth.
The iBITTY project was born after a successful implementation of a previously funded TARI project. The TARI, or Technology Assisted Reading Intervention project has effectively shown how technology can be used to enhance reading outcomes for students with identified reading deficits. The goals of the iBITTY project are to apply similar techniques to behavior as opposed to academics. We will do this by partnering with local schools, identifying students who require behavior interventions and implementing data based behavior interventions with technology as the primary delivery tool.
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