Gulnoza Yakubova, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in Special Education in the College of Education at the University of Maryland, College Park. Her research interests include autism, technology, functional living skills, mathematics, parent-implemented and culturally adapted interventions. In her current scholarship, she examines the use of individualized video-based interventions to help autistic children acquire functional living skills and also improve mathematics learning with the ultimate goal of promoting inclusion in school and society. When providing functional living skills instruction, she focuses on examining parent training techniques to teach parents how to create and use video-based interventions with other behavioral strategies in home settings. Additionally, she studies virtual intervention methods when teaching autistic children and training caregivers in the use of evidence-based practices.
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