Dr. Ben-Avie has co-edited six books on educational change and youth development with colleagues at the Yale Child Study Center. Recent publications include Using handheld applications to improve the transitions of students with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Improving students’ academic learning by helping them access text, a chapter on students with print disabilities. He was one of only five in the country to receive the 2017 “Excellence in Assessment Designation” by the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA), which is the most prestigious national organization in the field. A panel of higher education assessment experts recognized his work as exemplary in terms of the collection, analysis, interpretation, and communication of data to drive campus-wide planning and institutional decision making.
Education & Training
|PhD||Jewish Theol Sem America (1996)|
|BA||University of Haifa (1990)|
|Post-Doctorate||Yale School of Medicine|
|Pre-Doctoral Research Fellow||Yale University|
Honors & Recognition
“For extraordinary efforts on behalf of the peace process in Northern Ireland the establishment of the Northern Ireland Community Cooperation Initiative"John Dallat, Mayor of Coleraine, and Wavell Moore, Coleraine Chief Executive (2001)