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Bonface Ophiyah Massah
Member
Male
34 years old
About Me

I am a disability activists, my life has been around promoting lives of persons with disabilities. I do beleive that individual attitudes and backgrounds of most people has lead to most of us being excluded. I am the currrent chairperson of the albinism assocition of Malwi and worked for the disability council in Malawi for more that 5 years.

As a persons with albinism i feel i can help to chnage these two barriers, i will always fight for others, parents, communities, policy makers all dont understand us yet they live with us, we are thier children, we are thier brothers, we are thier sister....why treating us differently, why isolating us, why excluding us...

This is what always drives me to keep on lobbying and advocating for an inclusive society and empowerment of us persons with disabilities and those aroung us.



Affiliations:

 Iam the currect chairperson for the albinism association of Malawi.

Areas of professional interests and/or research:

Disability and development is my professional interest and i will be have to do disability related reserch that will inform policies, programmes. Evidence based inclusive programming.



Brenda Belson Lazarus
Administrator
Female
About Me

former professor of teacher education/special education at

Grand Valley State University (Michigan, USA)

Florida Gulf Coast University (Florida, USA)

Qatar University (Doha, Qatar)

Fulbright Scholar (Qatar University, Doha,Qatar)

Fulbright Specialist (Ho Chi Minh City University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam)


Affiliations:

IASE

CEC


Areas of professional interests and/or research:

inclusion of children with special needs

learning disabilities

social/emotional behavior

autism spectrum disorders


Brian Loebig
Member
Male
About Me

Living in Silver Spring, MD


Areas of professional interests and/or research:

Web Design, SEO, Social Media


Chandan Chowdhury
Member
Male
47 years old
About Me

I am Chandan Chowdhury, Acting Chief Executive o Songshoptaque. 

SONGSHOPTAQUE is a Bengali word meaning FIRGT TO THE DEATH. It is a social, cultural and human benevolent organization established in 2000 by a group of young cultural activists with a view to improving the underprivileged section of the society through consolidating their knowledge, power and humanity. Through propelling with a right based mission, SONGSHOPTAQUE functioning with the enormous participation of disadvantaged children, adolescents, women and men, poor widow and divorcees and people with disabilities. Initially the organization was focused on cultural activities like music, drama, recitation, mime etc through operating schools. While working in the communities, it felt the need for education of the children of poor families and support for the people with disabilities. Subsequently it committed to work with the coastal community people, marginalized ethnic, minority people and urban slam dweller in the field of child rights, child education, Early Childhood Development including mother and child health, parenting, disable people rights, water & sanitation, women empowerment, food security & climate change in Chittagong, Cox’s Bazar and Bandharban District.

 

 



Areas of professional interests and/or research:

Education



Chris
Member
Male
About Me

Learning Sciences graduate student interested in Universal Design for Learning and accessibility. 


Affiliations:

University of Calgary


DanielMcCarthy
Member
Male

Daniela Popa
Member
Female
39 years old
About Me

Lecturer PhD.

Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Transilvania University of Brasov,Str. Eroilor, nr. 29, Brașov, Romania, www.unitbv.ro

Currently, I’m teaching the courses: Educational Psychology, Fundamentals of pedagogy, Theory and methodology of Curriculum, Theory and methodology of instruction, Theory and methodology of evaluation, Computer assisted instruction, Educational management,  Educational counseling, Didactics, Psycho-pedagogy of people with intellectual disabilities, Psycho-pedagogy of children with learning difficulties, Introduction in Speech Therapy, Speech Therapy,  Adolescence and Adulthood Psychology, Introduction to special psycho-diagnosis, Psycho-diagnosis of disabled people, Highly gifted children education, Psychology of creativity.

 

 


Affiliations:

Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Transilvania University of Brasov, Psychology and Formation in Education Department, www.unitbv.ro, Str. Eroilor, nr. 29, Brașov

Areas of professional interests and/or research:

Educational Psychology,  Educational counseling, Psycho-pedagogy of people with intellectual disabilities, Psycho-pedagogy of children with learning difficulties, Speech Therapy, Psycho-diagnosis of disabled people, Highly gifted children education.


Danny K. Tania
Member
Male
44 years old

Daphne Zacky
Member
Female

David Hampton
Member
Male
58 years old
About Me

David D. Hampton

Bowling Green State University

School of Intervention Services

443 Education Building

Bowling Green, OH 43403

419-372-6924

hamptod@bgsu.edu

 

EDUCATION

 

Doctor of Philosophy, 2011

The University of Missouri

Major: Special Education

Emphasis: Learning Disabilities/Assessment

 

 

RESEARCH/PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT INTERESTS/AGENDA

 

My research interests and expertise are focused on the early identification and progress monitoring of students with or at-risk of developing learning difficulties and/or disabilities in reading and mathematics. I also work to develop and validate multi-tiered interventions and assessment practices in elementary and middle school for students in reading, writing, and mathematics, in an RTI model.

 

Potential Research Topics:

Validating early numeracy progress monitoring measures and interventions in elementary grades

Incorporating handheld/smartphone/IPAD technology into formative assessment

Tier-2 Interventions in Mathematics for elementary and middle school students

Using Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM) in Mathematics

 

 


Affiliations:

2011-present Assistant Professor, School of Intervention Services, Bowling Green

State University, Bowling Green, OH. Responsibilities: Instruct

Undergraduate and graduate courses in the Mild/Moderate, Moderate/

Intensive, and Deaf/Hard of Hearing Programs.

2009-2011 Adjunct Instructor, Special Education Department, University of

Missouri, Columbia, MO. Responsibilities: Instruct undergraduate and

graduate Introduction to Special Education and Assessment and

Evaluation courses.

 

2003-2006 K-3 Special Education Teacher (Cross-Categorical/Self Contained)

Sturgeon Elementary School, Sturgeon, MO. Responsibilities: Instruct

K-3rd grade students with cross-categorical disabilities across subject

areas.

Membership in Professional Organizations

 

National Council on Educational Measurement (AERA) 2009-present

 

National Council for Exceptional Children 2005-present

Division of Learning Disabilities

Ethics, Standards, and Professional Development Committee Member

(2012-present)

Division of Research

Division of Diagnostic Services

Teacher Education Division

 

National Council for Learning Disabilities 2005-present

Membership Committee Member (2014-2015)

 

National Council of School Psychologists 2009-present

 

Missouri State Teachers Association 2001-2006

 

National Education Association 2001-2006

 


 

Areas of professional interests and/or research:

Currently, I am participating in an experimental-design research project involving an evaluation of a reading intervention, Project MORE. I have received funding for a grant proposal to examine the effects of integrating a strand on data based decision making to inform instructional decision-making, into EDIS methods courses. I am in the planning stages of two research projects. One project seeks to determine if there are differences in the self-efficacy of students identified with Dyslexia versus those identified with Learning Disabilities. The second is a project designed to determine the validation of K-1 Early Numeracy CBM progress monitoring measures for use with students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. I am also interested in the early identification and progress monitoring students with or at-risk of Learning Disabilities and/or learning difficulties. I plan to examine the efficacy of interventions and assessment practices in early elementary students in reading, writing, and mathematics, including teacher implementation of evidence-based practices in early elementary grades.


Debbie
Member
Female
About Me



Affiliations:


Areas of professional interests and/or research:



Dhiyaneshwari RP
Member
Female

Divina Naoe
Member
Female
About Me

I am a SPED Program Coordinator at Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University

I teach subjects in Special Education for both graduate and undergraduate students 



Affiliations:

Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University- South La Union Campus

Areas of professional interests and/or research:

SPECIAL EDUCATION

INCLUSIVE EDUCATION

EARLY CHILDHOOD SPED

TEACHER EDUCATION training and well-being 


Dr. A. Olu Oyinlade
Member
Male

Dr. Jacqueline Mackenzie
Member
Female
71 years old
About Me

I love kids and cooking for visitors. Kids are my mission in life and cooking is how I relax. My husband and "soul" sister followed me to Central Mexico after my doctoral program started volunteer activites in Central Mexico in 2005. We lived on the border of AZ/Sonora 1996-2008 when we moved our lives to an indigenous village called Cajones. All three of us agree that we have never been happier than we are among these loving, kind, respectful people. We rent about 3 acres with a tiny "campesino" home that we remodeled. We have window screens and a water heater, most of our neighbors do not. We have modest spaces for guests but kids to help with enormous hearts. My husband is a retired disabled Vietnam Vet and theater professor who teaches make-up with the local college theater groups. Jolene, my soul sister, is a retired missionary, active artist, and she runs the equine therapy program. I am still a working author and online counselor to make money to keep the charity work going. Our email is jzm@email.arizona.edu.


Affiliations:

Our 501(c)3 was formed in 1993, incorporated in 1994, and taken to Arizona in 1996. Our alignment is deep indivualized faith in being of service to less fortunate people. We do not segregate using any levelers. We teach any people whatever skills we have that they might need.  Our focus here is marginalized children.

Areas of professional interests and/or research:

Jacqueline - awarding winning author of Empowering Spanish Speakers. Phd & EdS (1) special education, (2) bilingual education, (3) sociocultural studies, MS & BS Business Systems Management, BA Divinity, AA art education

Don - Theater Professor, sailor, former USAF navigator, 

Jolene - artist shown in Southwest Art and in several galleries, wrangler her entire adult life 


Dr. Jana Kozarova
Member
Female
30 years old
About Me



Affiliations:

University of Prešov, Faculty of Education, Department of Special Education, Slovak Republic

Areas of professional interests and/or research:



Dr. Mohamud
Member
Female

Dr. Paul Ajuwon
Member
Male

Dr. Pindiprolu
Member
Male
48 years old
About Me

I am a professor in the Special Education program at The University of Toledo. I teaches issues, methods, and behavior courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. 


Affiliations:

The University of Toledo

Peer reviewer for Teacher Education and Special Education

Consulting Editor, The Journal of the International Association of Special Education.

Areas of professional interests and/or research:

His professional interets include examining the effectiveness of teaching, behavioral, and learning strategies, lesson design, computer-assisted instruction, use of 3D technologies, program evaluations, and translation of research to practice. He has directed two federal grants; served as a Co-PI on multiple state/federal grants; authored numerous publications; and presents regularly at national and international conferences.


Edith Romano
Member
Female
53 years old
About Me

Im a teacher and a student os PHD in Special Education who lives in north of Brasil, in Roraima.


Affiliations:

UFRR - Universidade Federal de Roraima (Roraima Federal University) - Teacher os de Education Center


UFSCar - Universidade Federal de São Carlos - Student of PHD in Special Education

Areas of professional interests and/or research:

Special Educations

Teachers Trainning

History of Education and Specia Education

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