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TAPP Wisconsin: Systematic Efficacy Replication Study of Conjoint Behavioral Consultation in Elementary Schools
Principal Investigator: Susan Sheridan
Co-Principal Investigators: Amanda Witte, Andy Garbacz
Funding Agency: Institute of Education Sciences (IES)
Subcontract from: University of Wisconsin-Madison
Award Date: Jul 1, 2021
End Date: Jun 30, 2024
* This project is funded by a subcontract from the University of Wisconsin.
This study is designed to promote the sustainability of evidence-based practices by integrating Conjoint Behavioral Consultation (CBC) into schools' standard student support structures, (e.g., student assistant team processes). Authentic, school-based educational consultants — for example, school district employees, such as school psychologists, social workers and counselors — will be the main implementers of the intervention.
CYFS researchers will provide implementation support to school-based specialists in their natural settings. For intervention support, researchers will provide training over three years, including onsite workshops, school visits, observations, coaching and more.
Rural Education & Communities, Psychosocial Development & Social-Emotional Learning, Academic Intervention & Learning
From left, Amanda Witte, CYFS research assistant professor, and Susan Sheridan, CYFS director, are leading efforts to expand the reach of TAPP.