After many years of teaching, TpT provides a forum to share my classroom experience. As an educational consultant, leading the challenge through special education administration and working as a college professor, my experience provides the opportunity to share my collective knowledge. My expertise is in behavior management, behavioral analysis, diagnostic evaluations, behavioral change planning, co-teaching, inclusion, data collection, IEP development, progress monitoring, collaboration, and transition planning.
As a behaviorist by training, I also support cognitive and constructive teaching. I bring the practice of effective inclusion practices and the applications of co-teaching, cooperative learning, and technology integration to the classroom. As a behaviorist, I am a strong proponent of research-based practices and progress monitoring.
I have received honors from the PA Dept. of Education, my school district, and the college where I teach special education teacher preparation course at the undergraduate and graduate level. I have also contributed to publications on the topics of classroom management and transition planning for students with disabilities. I have successfully written state and federal grants and received full funding for research projects that range from early intervention programs, inclusionary practices, and behavioral studies.
Bachelor of Science in Elementary and Special Education Masters of Science in Special Education and Administration Supervisory Certificate in Special Education Board Certified Special Education National Writing Fellow Applied Behavior Analysis Coursework Special Education Reading Specialist Coursework
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