|Horace Mann Hall (HM) 055|
B.S.Ed., M.Ed. Memphis State University
Ed.D. Vanderbilt University
EDP 699 Doctoral Dissertation Research
SPED 300 Intro Ed of Exceptional Child
SPED 312 Assess Proc Except Child & Youth
SPED 433 Adaptation of Instruction for Inclusive Education
SPED 513 Orient Young Chld Sp Needs
SPED 515 Infants/Presch Sp Need/Profound
SPED 516 Organization and Implementation of Programs for Infants and Preschool Children with Special Needs
SPED 668 Internship Early Chld Spec Education
- Inclusive practices in early childhood special education
- Attitude measurement and development in young children towards peers with disabilities
- Family perspectives on children with special needs, dual language learners, international adoption
- Social and emotional development of young children with special needs
- Motor development of young children with special needs
Recent Scholarly Activity
Favazza, P.C. Ostrosky, M., Mouzourou, C., Leboeuf, L. (2012) Making Friends in Early Childhood Settings: Strategies for Positive Peer Relationships. Baltimore:Paul H. Brookes. Book Under Review.
Favazza, P.C., Siperstein, G.N., Zeisel, S., Odom, S.L. Moskowitz, A. (2012). Young Athletes Intervention: Impact on Motor Development. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. Manuscript Under Review.
Favazza, P.C. & Siperstein, G.N., (2012). Young Athletes: A Special Olympics Motor Skill Development Program. State Education Standard Journal for National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE). Manuscript Under Review.
Favazza, P.C., Zeisel, S., Parker, R., & Leboeuf, L. (2012). Young Athletes Curriculum. Special Olympics International, Washington, DC.
Favazza, P.C. & Munson, L. (2010). Loss and grief in young children. Young Exceptional Children. 12 (2) 86-99.
Siperstein, G., & Favazza, P.C. (2007). Placing young children “at promise”: Future directions for promoting social competence. In Brown, W. H., Odom, S. L., & McConnell, S. R. (Eds.). Social Competence of Young Children: Risk, Disability, and Evidence-based Practices (2nd Ed.). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes.