Lisa M. Liberty

Lisa M. Liberty primarily teaches Behavior and Reading Intervention courses. She is an Associate Professor at Northern Illinois University. Her interests include instructional interventions for students with learning and behavioral difficulties as well as co-teaching, differentiated instruction, and pre-service teacher education. She has published and presented works related to social emotional learning, self-regulation strategy development, and wearable technologies for several scholarly journals


Building School-Family Partnerships That Propel Children on Pathways for Positive Life Outcomes
Lisa M. Liberty. © 2023. 23 pages.
A large body of research supports the importance of family involvement in raising youth. Children who feel more supported by their families are more likely to experience both...
Self-Regulated Learners: Strategies That Promote Self-Regulated Learning in Online Environments
Lisa M. Liberty, Stephanie N. DeSpain. © 2020. 24 pages.
Methods of online instruction are becoming a staple in academia, and the rapid growth of online learning has prompted a need to incorporate self-regulated learning strategies....