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MSLBD: Midwest Symposium for Leadership in Behavior Disorders - Conference Information - Previous Symposia - Most Recent - 2015
Philip S. Strain, Ph.D., Director, PELE Center/Professor, Education Psychology and Early Childhood Special Education, University of Colorado-Denver, Denver, CO; Handout: WS_1_02-26-15_Strain.pdf
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Phillip S. Strain, Ph.D.
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Phillip S. Strain Director,
Positive Early Learning Experiences (PELE) Center Professor,
Ed. Psych & Early Childhood SPED University of Colorado, Denver
Remediation and Prevention of Agression: Preliminary Findings
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Phil Strain Bio
Phil Strain is Professor of Educational Psychology in the Division of Early Childhood, School of Education, University of Colorado at Denver.
He has also held teaching positions at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee; American University in Washington, D.C.; Peabody College in Nashville, Tennessee; and the University of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania.
In his 30 years in the field, Dr. Strain has been a special education teacher and teacher supervisor; Supervisor of Research for Children and Youth Services at the Tennessee Department of Mental Health; Principal Investigator of 20 major government grants, including two national research institutes that produced over 250 peer-reviewed papers; member of 16 editorial boards; and author of 200 peer-reviewed papers and chapters, particularly in the areas of teacher-child interaction and child-child interaction; special-needs children; and early intervention.
has developed intervention strategies for young children that have been translated and implemented throughout North and South America, Europe, and Asia.
In the United States, he
is perhaps best known for his
work on reducing challenging behaviors and his
development and implementation of the LEAP
Preschool model demonstration program.
In 1999, the University of Colorado-Denver
named him Researcher of the Year.
He received the Teacher of the Year Award (1997) from the Council for Exceptional Children and the Research and Creative Artist Award (1996) from the University of Colorado-Denver.