Dan Bacon, M.A.

Dan Bacon, M.A.
  • Lecturer
  • Child and Family Development


Professional Biography

Mr. Bacon has an interest in providing high-quality, inclusive, educational environments for young children. With a background working with children with autism, and their families, Mr. Bacon has seen the benefits inclusive educational environments have for children of all abilities. He is passionate about disseminating evidence-based practices such as Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS) into the community.


  • M.A. Special Education with an Emphasis in Autism in Early Childhood, San Diego State University
  • B.S. Psychology, Arizona State University 
  • Courses Taught:

  • CFD 375B: Human Development and Learning: Early/Middle Childhood
  • CFD 378B: Laboratory Experiences: Preschool/ Kindergarten
  • CFD 475: Promoting Behavior Support & Classroom Organization in Early Childhood Settings
  • CFD 580: Observation and Assessment of Young Children’s Environments & Relationships
  • CFD 671A: Seminar in Supporting Early Childhood Mental Health: Positive Behavior Support & Early Interventions

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