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Ensuring Educators are Managing Their Own Behavior

As a part of a series of interviews focusing on supporting educators in the classroom through observation and feedback, Robert Pennington discusses the importance of educators being aware of their own behaviors (fidelity of implementation, data collection, etc.) in a classroom.

About the Expert

Rob Pennington
Robert Pennington, Distinguished Professor of Special Education
Robert has over 25 years of experience in working with individuals with disabilities and their families in school and communities contexts. He is a Distinguished Professor of Special Education at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte.