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Gillian Hayes

Gillian HayesGillian R. Hayes, PhD is an Associate Professor in the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences, in the School of Education, and in the School of Medicine at The University of California, Irvine. She is the Robert A. and Barbara L. Kleist Chair in Informatics as well as the Director of Technology Research at the Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders. For the last decade, she has dedicated much of her research to the design, development, and evaluation of technologies in support of children with special needs and their families and teachers. All of these projects have been conducted in close cooperation with educators and students.

Hayes is the co-author of the laminated guide Technology for Transition and Postsecondary Success: Supporting Executive Function. She and co-author Stephen W. Hosaflook offer school districts and organizations customized workshops on using technology to promote executive function and facilitate postsecondary transition.




About National Professional Resources, Inc.

National Professional Resources (NPR, Inc.) has been a leader in the field of education publishing since 1968. Founded and operated by educators with a deep commitment to the success of all learners, our mission is to provide teachers, administrators, and other school staff with quality tools and resources that will better enable them to help every student achieve success. Our signature product is our quick-reference laminated guides—the original laminated guides for educators. Written by some of the most respected leaders in the field, with over 150 titles available, these professional development guides cover current topics and critical issues in education, including inclusion, co-teaching, autism, learning disabilities, social-emotional learning, positive behavior supports, mental health, differentiated instruction, assessment, English learners, differentiated instruction, and more.

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