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Sped Doctoral Students Present at AAIDD 2019

Four SPED doctoral students present at the Association on Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD) in June, 2019 held in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Doctoral candidates, Carrie Eichelberger and Lyndsey Conradi presented at the conference sessions, while Carrie, Lyndsey, Jessica Bowman, and Olivia Coleman also participated in poster sessions.  Presentations were:

Jessica

 

Jessica – Supporting Students with IDD in the
Inclusive Mathematics Classroom: 
Challenging Prevailing Practice

 

 

 

 

 

Olivia – General Education Curriculum
or Functional Skills Curriculum

 

 

 Carrie

 Carrie – Effects of a Peer-Supported Implementation
of
the Self-Determined Learning Model of Instruction
(SDLMI)
on Students with Severe Disabilities and their
Peers without Disabilities:  Acquisition of Academic Skills,
and Perceptions of Self-Determination
and School Connectedness

 

 

SPED students

L to R: Carrie Eichelberger, Lyndsey Conradi, Olivia Coleman, Jessica Bowman

Last Updated: 8/1/19