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Dr. Stephanie Kuhn: Using Kaltura Technology to Increase Active Student Responding in Blackboard

To watch the Vlog with Dr. Stephanie Kuhn:
https://youtu.be/c5OJxS6ghU4

Kaltura can be accessed for free in Blackboard. To access this feature in your course go to: Build content > Mashups > Kaltura Media. For technical support, please contact Scott Volpe: VolpeS@wcsu.edu.

For the benefits of using active student responding in your classroom:

1. Kellum, K. K., Carr, J. E., & Dozier, C. L. (2001). Response-card instruction and student learning in a college classroom. Teaching of Psychology28, 101-104.

2. Malanga, P. R., & Sweeney, W. J. (2008). Increasing active student responding in a university applied behavior analysis course: The effect of daily assessment and response cards on end of week quiz scores. Journal of Behavioral Education17, 187-199.

Dr. Stephanie Kuhn, PhD, BCBA-D, LP, LBA has almost 25 years of experience in the field of Behavioral Psychology. She is a licensed psychologist in New York and Connecticut, a licensed Behavior Analyst in Connecticut, and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst at the Doctorate level. She currently holds a faculty appointment and teaches full time in the ABA program at Western Connecticut State University and provides clinical services as part of a private practice in Westport, CT. In the past, she had held faculty appointments at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and New York Medical College. Dr. Kuhn has authored and co-authored multiple publications in peer reviewed journals and has extensive clinical experience in both inpatient and outpatient settings. She has provided school consultation and school based assessment treatment services for many years as well as home based individual services including program supervision and parent counseling and training. She enjoys watching soccer, running, and spending time with her husband, daughters, and dogs.