Dr. Gerald Tindal
Castle-McIntosh-Knight Professor in the College of Education at the University of Oregon; Director of BRT

Dr. Gerald Tindal is the Department Head of Educational Methodology, Policy, and Leadership as well as the Director of Behavioral Research and Teaching (BRT), a research center housing federal and state grants and contracts. His research focuses on the integration of students with disabilities in general education classrooms using curriculum-based measurement to develop optimal instructional programs. As the Director of BRT, Dr. Tindal also manages the development of easyCBM, a computer-based benchmark and progress-monitoring tool for Response to Intervention (RTI).

Dr. Gerald Tindal is the Department Head of Educational Methodology, Policy, and Leadership as well as the Director of Behavioral Research and Teaching (BRT), a research center housing federal and state grants and contracts. His research focuses on the integration of students with disabilities in general education classrooms using curriculum-based measurement to develop optimal instructional programs. As the Director of BRT, Dr. Tindal also manages the development of easyCBM, a computer-based benchmark and progress-monitoring tool for Response to Intervention (RTI).