Faculty/Staff Profile

Richard Shane Bumbalough

Project Coordinator

Highest Degree University: TTU
Department: College of Education
Matthews Hall (MATT) 335
PO Box: 5074
(931) 372-6390

The TTU PBS&I grant provides technical assistance and training in postive behavior supports.  We provide services to 21 counties in the Upper Cumberland Region.  Services that are offered by our team include: facilitation of school-wide positive behavior support programs (SWPBS), School-wide Information Systems software facilitation (SWIS), Skillstreaming services for targeted groups of students, Check-in/Check-out (CICO), Treatment and Education of Autistic and Communication related handicapped CHildren (TEACCH) services, Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA), and behavior support planning (BSP).  

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Richard graduated from TTU with a degree in Multidisciplinary Studies, K-8 in 2005.  He is currently working to complete his dissertation in order to satisfy requirements to receive his Ph.D. in Exceptional Learning/ Applied Behavior Analysis.  

Expertise

Applied Behavior Analysis for Teachers
Education and Schools » Early Childhood Special Education

Adjunct teacher for TTU SPED program.

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