Brittany Hott began her career in education as a middle school special education teacher. She earned a Master of Education in Special Education with a concentration in emotional and behavioral disabilities from Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond Virginia. Brittany has worked in the juvenile justice system as a special education coordinator and most recently served as an instructional specialist for middle schools in a large urban public school division. She completed an Educational Specialist degree in School Administration and Supervision from the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia and earned a Doctor of Philosophy in Special Education from George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia.
Brittany's research interests include emotional and behavioral disorders, secondary mathematics interventions, and quantitative research synthesis. Brittany is currently examining how opportunities for overt responding impact participation and performance of students with internalizing and externalizing behaviors in mathematics. She is teaches research methods and adaptive behavior courses.