B.A.: University of Nebraska-Kearney
M.Ed.: University of North Texas
Ph.D.: University of North Texas
Emotional and behavioral disorders (E/BD), functional behavioral assessments and behavior intervention plans, policy and standards on the use of time out seclusion, and juvenile justice.
Introduction to Special Education, Introduction to Behavior Disorders and Learning Disabilities, Methods and Strategies for Exceptional Learners, Evidence Based Interventions for Students with Behavior Disorders and Learning Disabilities, Applied Behavior Analysis and Positive Behavioral Supports and Interventions, Characteristics of Students with Mild Disabilities, Consultation and In-Service Training, Professional Seminar in Special Education
B.S.: State University of New York College at Oswego
M.S., M.Ed.: Moorhead State University, Lesley College
Ph.D.: Walden University
Overall I am interested in increasing the fidelity of teachers’ use of research-based interventions to support at-risk learners. Specifically I have researched the impacts of assistive and instructional technologies to support at-risk learners, differentiated literacy instruction with at-risk learners, and the preparation of teacher candidates to teach exceptional learners.
Introduction to Special Education, Assessment, Methods and Strategies for Exceptional Learners