Deborah Carter, Ph.D., joined the Boise State University faculty in the fall of 2008. She received her doctorate in special education from the University of Oregon and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She has worked across the age span in alternative education environments as well as schools. Dr. Carter’s areas of expertise include school-wide and individual student positive behavior support, early childhood special education, and family involvement. Her current research focuses on implementation of program-wide positive behavior support in early childhood and integrating academic and behavioral RTI at the school level. Her work has been included in the Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, Behavioral Disorders, and Early Childhood Education Journal.
Introduction to the Special Issue: The Critical Role of a Strong Tier 2 System (with Evelyn S. Johnson and Juli L. Pool), Intervention in School and Clinic (2013)
The purpose of this special issue is to help schools better understand how they might...
Self-Regulated Strategy Development as a Tier 2 Writing Intervention (with Evelyn S. Johnson, Christine Hancock, and Juli L. Pool), Intervention in School and Clinic (2013)
In a response to intervention framework, the implication of limited writing instruction suggests an immediate...
Systematic Implementation of a Tier 2 Behavior Intervention (with Gabriel M. Carter, Evelyn S. Johnson, and Juli L. Pool), Intervention in School and Clinic (2013)
Schools are increasingly adopting tiered models of prevention to meet the needs of diverse populations...
The Use and Effectiveness of a Targeted Math Intervention for Third Graders (with Juli L. Pool, Gabriel M. Carter, and Evelyn S. Johnson), Intervention in School and Clinic (2013)
Students who fail to develop proficiency in math skills in the primary grades are more...
Tier 2 Team Processes and Decision-Making in a Comprehensive Three-Tiered Model (with Juli L. Pool and Evelyn S. Johnson), Intervention in School and Clinic (2013)
Three-tiered models of academic and behavioral support are being increasingly adopted across the nation, and...
Contributions to Books
Functional Behavioral Assessment and Behavior Support Planning (with Robert Horner), Social Emotional Intervention for Young Children and their Families Using an Activity-Based Approach (2007)
Behavioral Response to Intervention (B-RTI): Creating a Positive School Culture (with John Carter), Idaho CEC (2011)
Creating a PEACEful Classroom: Effective Classroom Management (with John Carter), Idaho CEC (2011)
Defining and Teaching Expectations in the Preschool Classroom (with Juli Pool), Idaho CEC (2011)
Supporting Appropriate Social Behavior in Preschool: Considerations for Classroom Management (with Christine Hancock), Idaho CEC (2011)
School-wide Implementation of a Combined RtI/PBIS Model: Fidelity, Student Outcomes, Social Validity (with E. J. Johnson and J. P. Pool), Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention and Expo (2011)
Preschool Effective Behavior Support (PEBS) Self-Assessment Survey (with Elizabeth Steed and Tina Pomerleau) (2008)
The PEBS Survey is a self-assessment of universal, targeted and individualized program-wide positive behavior supports...