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James M. Kauffman

Leading Expert In the Field

Emotional/Behavioral Disorders

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Emotional/Behavioral Disorders

Background Information

Employment History

President of the Council for Children

Behavioral Disorders


Affiliations

University of Virginia

Professor Emeritus of Education


Curriculum

Professor Emeritus Department


Curry School of Education, University of Virginia

Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor, Professor Emeritus


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Professor Emeritus, Department Of Curriculum, Instruction and Special Education


Education

Ed.D.

University of Virginia


Ed.D. degree

special education

University of Kansas


Web References(66 Total References)


IllinoisCEC | The Illinois Council for Exceptional Children

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Dr. Michael Gerber (L) and Dr. James Kauffman (R)
Featured Speakers Dr. Michael Gerber (L) and Dr. James Kauffman (R) Dr. James Kauffman, Professor Emeritus, University of Virginia - "Special Education and Life Support" Dr. Kauffman will stress the importance of the special educator and the special education system as the life support for students with disabilities. He is a leading expert in the field of Emotional/Behavioral Disorders and author of the seminal textbook on the characteristics of students with emotional/behavioral disorders.


illinoiscec.org

Dr. James Kauffman, Professor Emeritus, University of Virginia -
"Special Education and Life Support" Dr. Kauffman will stress the importance of the special educator and the special education system as the life support for students with disabilities. He is a leading expert in the field of Emotional/Behavioral Disorders and author of the seminal textbook on the characteristics of students with emotional/behavioral disorders.


Wow, Reading About The Old Days In Attleboro Brings Back So Many Memories. It Was Fun. Thanks

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Your adoring fan, James M. Kauffman, Ed.D., Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Curriculum, Instruction and Special Education, University of Virginia


Books | Attainment Family

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Former special education department chair at the University of Virginia, James Kauffman has been on the front lines of this skirmish for a good part of his career.
According to Kauffman, "science has been neglected and abused in education too often in favor of pseudo-science, whereas a real science of education is our best and only hope for our childrens' future."


Toward a Science of Education: The Battle Between Rogue and Real Science | Attainment Family

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Former special education department chair at the University of Virginia, James Kauffman has been on the front lines of this skirmish for a good part of his career.
According to Kauffman, "science has been neglected and abused in education too often in favor of pseudo-science, whereas a real science of education is our best and only hope for our childrens' future. In this book, Kauffman shows readers the stark differences between the two, and notes how sadly, great breakthroughs in research-based programs like Direct Instruction are ignored in favor of trendy oddities like Discovery Learning and Whole Language, approaches that have been proven to fail in repeated trials.


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