Toni Jennings Exceptional Education Institute (TJEEI) is dedicated to preparing and retaining exceptional student education teachers and related professional educators who serve children and adults with special needs. In collaboration with Central Florida partners, TJEEI provides families of children with disabilities, UCF faculty and students, and educators access to current information, resources and opportunities. Through teaching and research clinics, UCF faculty and students associated with the institute offer services to students with disabilities and their families focused on assessment, behavior, reading, mathematics and community counseling.
AVAILABLE FALL 2020
Do you need help with organization, planning, memory, anxiety, or other executive function issues. Project FOCUS (Focusing, Organizing, Coaching, Undergraduates for Success) will provide coaching sessions that include assessments and personalized strategies for success. Assessment sessions are conducted on the UCF campus and coaching sessions are online. Our coaches will work with students to develop a personalized, comprehensive plan to address specific strategies to bolster students' academic performance.
Financial assistance is available.
For more information contact us at: 404-823-6705
Applied Behavior Analysis Clinic
The TJEEI clinical program is designed to combine support for children, student learning and research. We typically serve children from 0-7 years old presenting with deficits in communications skills. Our targeted practice consists of Applied Behavior Analysis and Verbal Behavior Training. All services are supervised and monitored by Board Certified Behavior Analysts and the overall operations supervised by several Board Certified Behavior Analysts – Doctoral level.
VERIFIED COURSE SEQUENCE ABAI APPROVED!
Stand out as an educator with highly specialized credentials, or work toward becoming a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst. This new program is designed to provide specialized coursework for students in education, psychology, communication disorders and related fields. The UCF Graduate Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) meets coursework requirements for National Board Certification as a Behavior Analyst. The ABA Graduate Certificate does not directly certify individuals in Applied Behavior Analysis.
Admission is open to those with a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution or those currently enrolled in or possessing a master’s degree in education, psychology, or a related field. Individuals seeking national certification through the Behavior Analysis Certification Board (BACB) must obtain a master’s degree in applied behavior analysis, education, psychology, or a related field; complete acceptable graduate coursework, complete a defined period of supervised practical experience, and apply for the national board certification exam. For more information please visit www.bacb.com.