Professional Association Publications
Barrett, J., & Bogart, L. (2006, Winter). Michigan's integrated behavior and learning support initiative. The Michigan Psych Report. Michigan Association of School Psychologists.
Bohanon, H., Goodman, S., McIntosh, K. (2009). Integrating behavior and academic supports within an RtI framework: General overview. Retrieved August 17, 2009, from http://www.rtinetwork.org/learn/behavior/integrating-behavior-and-academic-supports-general-overview
Bohanon, H., McIntosh, K., Goodman, S. (2009). Integrating Academic and Behavior Supports Within an RtI Framework, Part 4: Tertiary Supports. Retrieved November 12, 2009, from http://www.rtinetwork.org/learn/behavior/integrating-academic-and-behavior-supports-tertiary-supports
Buxton, R. (2008). Michigan's behavior and literacy support initiative: School pyschologist's role. Communique, 36, 8.
Center for Educational Networking. (2009). Flint Community Schools: Changing strikes into home runs for all students. Focus on Results. Michigan Department of Education.
Center for Educational Networking. (2012, June). Michigan's Integrated Behavior and Learning Support Initiative expands support around the state. Focus on Results. Michigan Department of Education Office of Special Education.
DIBELS Success: Michigan's Integrated Behavior & Learning Support Initiative. (2010, October). DIBELS Newletter, 3, 2.
Goodman, S. (2004, Winter). Leadership is essential for schoolwide behavior and learning Initiative. Leading Change. Michigan Department of Education.
Goodman, S. (2006, August). MiBLSi outlines a multi-level system of support for Michigan Students. Focus on Results. Michigan Department of Education.
Goodman, S. (2013 March). Implementation of a District-Wide Multi-Tiered System of Supports Initiative through Stages of Implementation. The Utah Special Educator, 35, p. 20 – 21.
Goodman, S., McIntosh, K., Bohanon, H., (2009). Integrating academic and behavior supports within an RtI framework: Universal supports. Retrieved October 10, 2009, from http://www.rtinetwork.org/learn/behavior/integrating-academic-and-behavior-supports-universal-supports.
Goodman, S. D., & Schaughency E. (2001, September/October). Schools address correlation between behavior and reading difficulties: Data driven decision making practices inform about what does and does not work. CEN Newsline.
Hartsell, K. & Hayes, S. (2012, August). Spotlight on MiBLSi. Spotlight Briefs. Regional Resource Center Program.
Malveaux, J. (2004, Winter). One program fits both: Behavior, reading intervention combined in Michigan. Counterpoint. National Association of State Directors of Special Education.
McIntosh, K., Bohanon, H., Goodman, S. (2009). Integrating academic and behavior supports within an RtI framework: Secondary supports. Retrieved October 10, 2009, from http://www.rtinetwork.org/learn/behavior/integrating-academic-and-behavior-supports-secondary-supports.
McIntosh, K., Bohanon, H., Goodman, S. (2010, November). Toward true integration of academic and behavior response to intervention systems part two: Tier II supports. Communique, 39, 3.
McIntosh, K., Bohanon, H., Goodman, S. (2010, December). Toward true integration of academic and behavior response to intervention systems part three: Tier III supports. Communique, 39, 4.
McIntosh, K., Goodman, S., Bohanon, H. (2010, October). Toward true integration of academic and behavior response to intervention systems part one: Tier I supports. Communique, 39, 2.
Metcalf, T. (2009). Michigan's Integrated Behavior and Learning Support Initiative (MiBLSi). Retrieved October 13, 2009, http://www.rtinetwork.org/voices-from-the-field/entry/2/90.
Metcalf, T. (2013). What's your plan" Accurate decision making within a multi-tier system of supports: Critical areas in tier 1. Retrieved May 11, 2013, http://rtinetwork.org/essential/tieredinstruction/tier1/accurate-decision-making-within-a-multi-tier-system-of-supports-critical-areas-in-tier-1
Mowrer, K. (2008, February). MiBLSi and RtI making way to secondary schools. The Bulletin. Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals.
Rodriguez, J. (2007). Response to Intervention (RtI) leads to a special education/general education infrastructure. Leading Change, 6, 22-23. Michigan Department of Education.
Schaughency, E. & Goodman, S. (2003, December). Schools link assessment to behavior intervention. Focus on Results. Michigan Department of Education.
Sharp, J. (2004, Winter). A principal answers questions about using the behavior and learning support initiative strategies. Leading Change. Michigan Department of Education.
Steinert-Otto, P. (2006, August). Urban schools implement response to intervention model: Moving toward an RtI model in Kalamazoo public schools. Focus on Results. Michigan Department of Education.
Thompson, J. J. (2004, Summer). Michigan makes early childhood literacy a priority for all children. Leading Change. Michigan Department of Education.
Zima, J. (2010, Oct). Implementation of systematic supervision: How school social workers can support positive behavior strategies. The E-Exchange. An electron publication of the Michigan Association of School Social Workers. Retrived October 22, 2010 from http://masswmi.org/component/content/article/158.html.
Ervin, R. A., Schaughency, E., Goodman, S. D., McGlinchey, M.T., & Matthews, A. (2006). Merging research and practice agendas to address reading and behavior schoolwide. School Psychology Review, 35, 198-223.
Ervin, R. A., Schaughency, E., Matthews, A Goodman, S. D., & McGlinchey, M.T. (2006). Primary and secondary prevention of behavior difficulties: Developing a data-informed problem-solving model to guide decision making at a schoolwide level. Psychology in the Schools, 44, 7-18.
Hixson, M. D., & McGlinchey, M. T. (2002). Curriculum based measurement reading scores as dynamic indicators of basic reading skills, Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 18,10-21.
McGlinchey, M. T., & Hixson, M. D. (2004). Using curriculum based measurement to predict performance on state assessments in reading. School Psychology Review, 2, 193-203.
Meyers, D. C. (2007, Summer). The evolving educational placement of children with special needs. The Michigan Child Welfare Law Journal, 10, 20-27.
Books/ Book Chapters
Dunlap, K., Goodman, S., McEnvoy, C., & Paris, F. (2010). Schoolwide positive behavior support: Implementation Guide. Michigan Department of Education.
Ervin, R. A., Schaughency, E., Goodman, S. D., McGlinchey, M.T., & Matthews, A. (2007). Moving from a model demonstration project to a statewide initiative in Michigan: Lesson learned from merging research-practice agendas to address reading and behavior. In Jimerson, S. R., Burn, M. K., and VanDeHeyden, A. M. (Eds) The Handbook of Response to Intervention: The Science and Practice of Assessment and Intervention (pp.354-377). New York: Springer.
McGlinchey, M. T., & Goodman, S. D. (2008). Best practices in implementing school reform. In A. Thomas and J. Grime (Eds.) Best Practices in School Psychology V. Bethesda, MD: National Association of School Psychologists.
Putnam, R. F. & Goodman, S. (in press). Positive Behavior Support, Urban Settings. In C. R. Reynolds, K. J. Vannest, & E. Fletcher-Janzen (Eds.), Encyclopedia of special education: A reference for the education of children, adolescents, and adults with disabilities and other exceptional individuals (4th ed.) Hoboken, New Jersey: Wiley.
DeSilva, D., Dupuis, R., Eddy, B., Hetherton, R., Koski, E., Thomas, C., & Torok, J. (2009). An assessment of the impact of Michigan's Integrated Behavior and Learning Support Initiative on student behavior and reading proficiency. Unpublished manuscript, Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan.
Eichhorn, B. (2009). Implementation and effectiveness of response to intervention for the identification of learning disabilities. Masters Thesis, Northern Michigan University.
Gibbs, M. (2012) "Miblsi program evaluation of participatory elementary schools from 2003-2009". Wayne State University Dissertations. Paper 540.
Harms, A. L. (2010). A three-tier model of integrated behavior and learning supports: linking systems-wide implementation to student outcomes. Doctoral dissertation, Michigan State University.
Johnson, S. E. (2009). Exploring the Ultimate Role of Central Office in the Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of Professional Development: A Comparative Study.
Johnson, S. L. (2010). Daily Practices Elementary Principals Utilize to Increase Student Reading Achievement: A Case Study of Successful MIBLSI Elementary Schools. Doctoral dissertation, Western Michigan University.
Russell, C. (2011). Stability of popular R-CBM progress monitoring tools: DIBELS Next and AIMSWEB. Doctoral dissertation, Western Michigan University.
St. Martin, K. (2010). The Knowing-Doing Gap: The Influence of Teacher Feedback in Changing Principal Behavior—A Mixed Methods Study. Doctoral dissertation, Western Michigan University.
Tarsa, B. L. (2009). Evaluating the MiBLSi coach. Master's thesis, Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, Michigan