Dr. Hazim Aal Ismail
Assistant Professor - College of Education
- Dr. Hazim Aal Ismail's areas of expertise include autism spectrum disorder (ASD), applied behavior analysis, verbal behavior, social skills, and communication. Dr. Hazim Aal Ismail's recent publications are Defining Specially Designed Instruction: A Systematic Literature Review, Integrating Augmentative and Alternative Communication into a Stay-Play-Talk Program in Preschool, and Teaching Social Initiations to Elementary-Aged Children with Autism: A Systematic Review.
- Dr. Hazim Aal Ismail received his Ph.D. in Special Education from the University of Nevada, Las Vega (UNLV). He was a Graduate Assistant at the Department of Early Childhood, Multilingual, and Special Education at UNLV. While at UNLV, he taught several undergraduate- and graduate-level courses about behavior management techniques for students with disabilities, serving individuals with disabilities and their families, students with disabilities in general education settings, and speech and hearing therapy for classroom teachers.
- Dr. Hazim Aal Ismail is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctoral (BCBA-D) by the Board Analyst Certification Board (BACB) in the U.S. and an International Behavior Analyst (IBA) certified by the International Behavior Analysis Organization (IBAO).
|05/01/2021||Defining Specially Designed Instruction: A Systematic Literature Review||5|
|09/01/2023||Interventions Used to Teach Tacts to Young Children with Autism: a Narrative Review of the Literature||0|
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