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Special Education Delegates from Russia Visit Caldwell University

Education delegates from Russia along with Caldwell University Staffs

Special education delegates from Russia visited the Caldwell University Center for Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis. Pictured (left to right) are Mariia Kuznetsova, Special Education Teacher, Olga Pimenkova, Guidance Counselor and Teaching Methodology Specialist, Dr. Jason Vladescu, Caldwell University associate professor of applied behavior analysis, Aleksandr Pichugin, Clinical Psychologist, Ekaterina Kirianova, Music Therapist, Olga Guliaeva, Special Education Teacher, Dr. Sharon Reeve, Caldwell University professor of applied behavior analysis.

Caldwell, N.J., Nov.4, 2016 – Special education delegates from Russia visited the Caldwell University Center for Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis on Nov. 2. The group traveled to the United States through the Open World Program. The delegation included a clinical psychologist from Cherepovets Children’s Hospital and special education teachers from the Rehabilitation Center for Children and Adolescents with Disabilities in Cherepovets, Russia.

During their visit they had lunch with Dr. Jason Vladescu, Ph.D., BCBA-D, NCSP, associate professor in the Caldwell University Department of Applied Behavior Analysis. Following lunch they toured the Center for Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis, observed services being provided, and had a question and answer session with Dr. Vladescu and Dr. Sharon Reeve, Ph.D., BCBA-D, professor in the Caldwell University Department of Applied Behavior Analysis.

The delegation noted the desire to build a collaborative relationship with the Caldwell University Department of Applied Behavior Analysis. They would like to receive direct training and possibly participate in distance-learning classes.