Michelle A. Duda, Ph.D., BCBA-D

Michelle A. Duda, Ph.D., BCBA-D, is a senior Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA-D), Associate Director of the National Implementation Research Network (NIRN) and a Scientist at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Dr. Duda serves on several national and international advisory boards and science panels to provide guidance on implementation informed strategies. She is an associate director and major contributor to the OSEP funded Center for State Implementation and Scaling-Up of Evidence-based practices (SISEP). In her most recent work, Dr. Duda serves as PI on an international demonstration project to build implementation capacity on a provincial level. The application of the Active Implementation Frameworks has demonstrated feasibility and success across three provinces in a rehabilitative health contexts. Given her expertise, Dr. Duda is a key Investigator on the new IES funded Center for Secondary Education for Students with Autism.

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Building Implementation Capacity for RTI

December 10, 2012

Linda Wernikoff, Michelle Duda, and Sally Helton answered your questions about "Building Implementation Capacity for RTI” at the state, district, and local levels. They provided specific strategies that lead to sustainable and high fidelity implementation of effective literacy programs. The presenters also shared their experiences implementing the Active Implementation Frameworks and scaling up successful innovations resulting in positive student outcomes.