I am an assistant professor of special education. I received my Ph.D. from the University of Florida and come to TAMU-C from the University of Texas at Tyler. My research interests include teaching basic math to people with intellectual disabilities, school/family relationships, especially successful school experiences for students with rare diseases, successful transition of exceptional learners from school to post-school activities, and positive behavior supports and technology use in early intervention and childhood special education.
Thomas, S. B., Stanley, M., & Hayes, A. (2010). Put on a happy face: Molly's story. National Teacher Education Journal, 3, 65-72
Dykes, F., & Thomas, S.B. (2010). Strategies for every teacher's toolbox. Principal Leadership, 11, 26-30.
Thomas, S. B., & Dykes, F. (2010). Promoting successful transitions: What can we learn from RTI processes to enhance outcomes for all students? Preventing School Failure, 55, 1-9.