Janna Brendle, Ph.D.
Office: Education 358
Janna Brendle, Ph.D., is an assistant professor of special education in the College of Education at Texas Tech University. Prior to teaching at the university level, she worked as a special education administrator and diagnostician in public school in Texas. Her teaching responsibilities include the educational diagnostician, special education teacher preparation and special education doctoral programs. Her research focuses on response to intervention, high incidence disabilities and the changing needs in educational diagnostician preparation programs.
- Texas Woman's University Ph.D. in Special Education
Areas of Expertise
- Special Education Assessment
Brendle, J. (2015). A survey of response to intervention team members' effective practices in rural elementary schools. Rural SpecialEducation Quarterly, 34(2), 3-8.
Lock, R., Brown, D., Brendle, J., Lam, P. (2013). Combining positive behavior supports and social skill programming for transition success. Vocational Evaluation and Career Assessment Professionals Journal, 9(1), 13-29.