Brittany Hott

Brittany L. Hott, Ph.D.
Brittany Hott
Phone: 903-886-5585 
brittany.hott@tamuc.edu

Brittany L. Hott (Ph.D. George Mason University, Fairfax, VA) is an Associate Professor of Special Education and Director of the STRIDE Lab at A&M-Commerce.  She teaches assessment and research methods courses for the Department of Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education.  Dr. Hott’s research interests include school-based interventions, assessment and measurement in special education, and quantitative research synthesis.  Her recent work appears in the Journal of Special Education, Learning Disability Quarterly, Special Education and Rehabilitation, and Beyond Behavior.  Dr. Hott is an active member of the special education community.  She serves as Secretary for the International Council for Learning Disabilities, Council for Exceptional Children Representative to the Assembly, and Texas Council for Exceptional Children Publications Committee Chair.

Stride Lab

http://www.tamuc.edu/academics/colleges/educationHumanServices/departments/psychologyCounselingSpecialEducation/special-education/STRIDE_LAB/default.aspx

Honors and Awards

2017 A&M-Commerce Faculty Senate Research Award, “Ceaseless Industry”

2016 A&M-Commerce Global Scholar

2016 Texas Council for Exceptional Education Distinguished Teacher Educator Award

2016 Greater Texas Foundation Fellow

2015 A&M-Commerce Center for Faculty Excellence and Innovation Fellow

2014 A&M-Commerce Junior Faculty Research Award

Representative Publications

Hott, B. L., Berkeley, S., Fairfield, A., & Shora, N. (2017). Intervention in School and Clinic: An analysis of 25 years of guidance for practitioners. Learning Disability Quarterly, 40, 54-64. doi: 10.1177/0731948716629793

Hott, B. L., & Walker, J. D., *Raymond, L., & *Robinson, A. (2017). Emotional and Behavioral Disorders. In W. W. Murawski & K. L. Scott (Eds.), What really works in special education. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.

Hott, B. L., Dibbs, R. A., Hayes, D. & Raymond, L. (2017). Assessment in inclusive settings. In C. Curran, & A. Peterson (Eds.), Handbook on research on classroom diversity and inclusive education (pp. 426-443). Hershey, PA: IGC Global.

Hott, B. L., Limberg, D., Ortiz, J., & Schmit, M. (2015). Reporting and disseminating results of single case studies. Journal of Counseling and Development, 93, 412-418.