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Faculty: Carrie Eichelberger

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Carrie Eichelberger

Title

Assistant Clinical Professor

Contact Information

Office: 340-C MCKB

Phone: 801-422-1690

Email: nope@carrieic@byu.edumsn.com

Dr. Carrie Eichelberger received her bachelor's degree in communication disorders, post-baccalaureate, and master's degree in special education from BYU. She received her doctorate in special education with an emphasis on individuals with severe and profound disabilities from the University of Utah. Her scholarly research focuses on defining, measuring, and implementing effective inclusive public education for students with severe disabilities with the goal of extending this research to other minoritized and marginalized populations.
Prior to teaching at BYU, Dr. Eichelberger was an adjunct professor at the University of Utah for three years, and a secondary special education teacher in Utah Valley public schools for seven years.

Assessment and Evaluation of Students with Exceptional Needs
Principles of Instruction and Behavioral Support
Curriculum & Instruction for Secondary Students
Transdisciplinary Approaches for Students with Severe Disabilities
Pre-service Teacher Training

Inclusive Education
Individuals with Severe Disabilities
Self-Determination
Secondary Special Education
Peer Support Arrangements
Multi-Tiered Systems of Support
Response to Intervention
Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports

Member

The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi

2007 - Present

Faculty Teaching Award

Department of Counseling Psychology and Special Education

2021 - 2022

Crystal Apple Award for Teaching Excellence)

Provo City School District

2010 - 2011

The effects of a tier 1 positive behavior intervention on students with severe disabilities

  • Authors: Aiono Conradi, Lyndsey; Jameson, John; Fischer, Aaron; Farrell, Michael; Eichelberger, Carrie; Ryan, Joanna; Coleman, Oliva; Bowman, Jessica; McDonnell, John
  • Publication Date: 2021
  • Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal
  • Publisher: Education and Training in Autism and Developmental Disabilities

Effects of the good behavior game on students with severe disabilities

  • Authors: Conradi, Lyndsey; Ryan, Joanna; Fudge, Olivia; Jameson, J.; Fischer, Aaron; Farrell, Michael; Eichelberger, Carrie Ann; Bowman, Jessica; McDonnell, John
  • Publication Date: 2021

Evidence-based instructional strategies

  • Authors: McDonnell, John; Snell, M; Coleman, Olivia; Eichelberger, Carrie
  • Publication Date: 2020
  • Publication Type: Book, Chapter/ Section in Textbook
  • Publication Journal: ¬†Instruction of students with severe disabilities (Ninth Edition)
  • Publisher: Pearson
  • City: Boston, MA

Assessing Generalization in Single-Case Research Studies Teaching Core Academic Content to Students With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

  • Authors: McDonnell, John; Jameson, J.; Bowman, Jessica; Coleman, Olivia; Ryan, Joanna; Eichelberger, Carrie Ann; Conradi, Lyndsey
  • Publication Date: 2020

Effects of general education teacher-delivered embedded instruction to teach students with intellectual disability to solve word problems

  • Authors: Bowman, Jessica; McDonnell, John; Ryan, Joanna; Coleman, Olivia; Conradi, Lyndsey; Eichelberger, Carrie Ann
  • Publication Date: 2020

Using Video-Based Instruction via Augmented Reality to Teach Mathematics to Middle School Students With Learning Disabilities

  • Authors: Kellems, Ryan O; Eichelberger, Carrie Ann; Cacciatore, Giulia; Jensen, Mikaela; Frazier, Brynn; Simons, Kalee; Zaru, Mai
  • Publication Date: 2020

Inclusive social studies content instruction for students with significant intellectual disability using structured inquiry-based instruction

  • Authors: Ryan, Joanna; Jameson, J.; Coleman, Olivia; Eichelberger, Carrie Ann; Bowman, Jessica; Conradi, Lyndsey; Johnston, Susan; McDonnell, John
  • Publication Date: 2019