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research

SCERT is dedicated to improving the quality of life
for individuals with neurodevelopmental conditions (NDC's)
by advancing scholarly knowledge regarding the
best practices in teaching and learning.


 

 

Research projects

 

Facilitated Research

SCERT encourages outside researchers to submit a proposal to collaborate with our research center.
The SCERT team accepts research projects based on their relevancy and benefit to the students, teachers, professionals, parents, and stakeholders associated with Summit School. We are particularly interested in facilitating research in fields that have a direct impact on the lives of youth with NDCs.

Projects from outside researchers in collaboration with SCERT have been organized into categories.
Click on each box to read more, or scroll down for a complete list.

Arts & Music

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Attention

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Cognition

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Perception

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Autism

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Autonomy & Well-Being

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Family

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SCERT's Research

In addition to facilitating research projects run by external researchers, SCERT has recently begin conducting its own research.
Research projects independently carried out by SCERT are below: