There are still many unanswered questions about learning and attention challenges.
We are developing screening and formative measures that assess a student’s daily self-regulation status and that measure changes in self-regulation over time. With these tools, teachers can become more aware of their students’ needs to create safe, positive, and responsive systems in their classroom.
The Idaho Early Literacy Project seeks to improve early literacy outcomes for children in preschool through third grade. Working in seven districts in Idaho, we are providing professional development and training to teachers to build their capacity to implement evidence-based reading instruction in the classroom.
Our unique partnership
Lee Pesky Learning Center’s research agenda is supported by our unique partnership with the College of Education at Boise State University. By partnering with leading researchers, providing opportunities for graduate students, and creating internship opportunities for teacher candidates, we are working together to create pathways to learning.