Andria Young

Andria Young,
Associate Professor of Education

Education

B.A., University of South Florida
M.A., University of Texas at El Paso
Ph.D., University of Houston

Published Research

Young, A. & Bauer-Yur, A. (2013). Making the Case for Teachers use of Functional Behavior Assessment and Function Based Intervention in the Classroom: An Example of one Teacher’s Experience. National Teacher Education Journal, 6(3), 23-28.

Young, A. & Hoerig, B. (2013). Utilizing Student Feedback to Inform Faculty Development Activities for Online Course Development and Delivery. International Journal on E Learning, 12(4), 439-453.

Martinez, R. & Young, A. (2011). Response to Intervention: How is it Practiced and Perceived? International Journal of Special Education, 26 (1), 44-52.

Young, A. & Fry, J. (2008). Metacognitive Assessment and Academic Achievement in College Students. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.

Young, A. (2008). Structuring asynchronous discussions to incorporate learning principles in an online class: One professor's course analysis. Merlot Journal of Online learning and Teaching.

Young, A. (2007). Transition Best Practice: Who is responsible for preparing our educators to promote transition related best practice? Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities.

Young, A. & Norgard, C. (2006). Assessing the quality of online courses from the students' perspective. The Internet and Higher Education.

Presentations

Young, A. (2014). Making a case for teachers using functional behavior assessment in the classroom. Texas Council for Exceptional Children State Conference, Forth Worth, Texas.

Young, A (2013) Parent involvement in the IEP Process: What might parents who do not attend tell us? American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Pittsburgh, PA

Young, A. (2010). Structuring asynchronous discussions to incorporate learning principles in an online class. 2010 Sloan-C International Conference on Online Learning, Orlando, Florida.

Martinez, R. & Young, A. (2010). Response to Intervention: How is it practiced and perceived. Texas Council for Exceptional Children State Conference, Dallas, Texas.

Young, A. (2006). Transition Best Practice and Educator Preparation. Texas Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Corpus Christi, Texas.