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Priti Haria
Member
Female
About Me

Currently, I am an Assistant Professor of Special Education at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey (IUSA). At  Stockton college,  I am responsible for teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in special education, developmental reading instruction, and research methods.

I completed my  Ph. D in Education from University of Delaware and have master’s degrees in Special Education and Elementary Education from Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA and University of Scranton, Scranton, PA respectively.  

I have several years of teaching and research experience in the education field in various settings (i.e., special education classrooms, inclusive classrooms, etc.) in the United States and India.

 I have co-presented at national and international conferences and co-authored peer-reviewed journal articles on: enhancing read alouds for early learners by including systematic instruction in reading comprehension and vocabulary, and developing instruction in genre-specific reading comprehension strategy for struggling upper elementary and adolescent learners within the context of persuasive genre.

My research interests include: developing vocabulary and reading comprehension instruction for struggling readers, enhancing text-based discourse within the context of reading-writing instruction for students with language and learning difficulties, and developing curriculum in critical analysis of argumentative/persuasive text for school-age children with learning differences. In addition, I am interested in working with international community to work on core reading and writing skills for children with learning differences. Thus, I am very much interested in collaborating with international faculty to develop instrucitonal and assessment methods to address the needs of learners.


Affiliations:

Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, USA.

Areas of professional interests and/or research:

My research interests include: developing vocabulary and reading comprehension instruction for struggling readers, enhancing text-based discourse within the context of reading-writing instruction for students with language and learning difficulties, and developing curriculum in critical analysis of argumentative/persuasive text for school-age children with learning differences. In addition, I am interested in working with international community to work on core reading and writing skills for children with learning differences. Thus, I am very much interested in collaborating with international faculty to develop instrucitonal and assessment methods to address the needs of learners.


Rahul Ganguly
Member
Male

Renata
Member
Female
49 years old

Renata Ticha
Member
Female
44 years old
About Me



Affiliations:

Institute on Community Integration

University of Minnesota

Areas of professional interests and/or research:

Assessment for students with significant cognitive disabilities

Inclusive service learnig

International special education

Reserach methodology


Renely Antoinette Casera
Member
Female

Ritu Chopra
Member
Female
About Me

I am  the Executive Director of The Paraprofessional Resource and Research Center (The PAR²A Center( and I am an Assistant Research Professor at the School of Education and Human Development (SEHD) of the University of Colorado Denver.  I have been responsible for grant administration, training, research, and fiscal management at the Center for the last 15 years. I am currently the Principal Investigator and Lead Project Director on six projects funded by various funding agencies: U.S. Department of Education (Office of Innovation and Improvement and Office of Special Education Programs); Colorado Department of Higher Education (CDHE); and, the Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS). In addition, I worked for over 10 years in the capacity of a teacher, trainer, researcher and administrator in various educational institutions in my native country, India. I completed my Ph.D. in the Educational Leadership and Innovation program at the University of Colorado Denver in 2002 with recognition as an outstanding graduate.

 


Affiliations:

The Paraprofessional Resource and Research Center (The PAR²A Center),  School of Education and Human Development (SEHD at University of Colorado Denver

Areas of professional interests and/or research:

My  research and professional interests are focused on the roles of teachers and paraeducators, professional development and the supervision of paraeducators and collaboration among paraeducators, teachers, parents, and leadership in inclusive schools.I have published a book, several articles and instructional materials in the U.S. as well as in India.


Roberto Pineda Chavarria
Member
Male
About Me

Biologist researcher in education, neurophisiology of learning and complexity of human nature.

Special education collaborator in development countries.


Affiliations:

Universidad Ricardo Palma

Universidad Jose Carlos Mariategui

Instituto San Gabriel Arcangel

Red de Docentes de Latinoamerica y el Caribe

 

ISCB - International Society for Computational Biology

NEURON Perú




Areas of professional interests and/or research:

Mental Disability Epigenetics

Special Education Awarenes

Human Diversity 

Cognitive Biology

 

 

Physiology of Emotions



Sandra Trevethan
Member
Female
62 years old

Sara
Member
Female
39 years old

Sarah
Member
Female
38 years old

Sarah Clifford
Member
Female
39 years old
About Me


Sarah Rosenbloom
Member
Female
About Me

I am the founder and director of The Toa Nafasi Project, a charitable organization that was conceived in 2009 and incorporated in 2012 in response tothe evident homogeneous approach to education in the East African country of Tanzania.  Toa nafasi means “provide a chance” in Kiswahili, the local language of Tanzania, and addresses the fact that without a systemic reform in the education sector that acknowledges each student’s individuality, many Tanzanian schoolchildren will not achieve their full potential.  The Toa Nafasi Project believes this state of affairs is reparable.  We augment the current system and its national curriculum by working with local government authorities to take up the following issues in public primary schools: (a) introducing new and innovative teaching methodologies; (b) developing better teacher training; (c) enriching Early Childhood Development and Early Childhood Education; (d) improving English language instruction; (e) inculcating a “culture of reading”; (f) recognizing non-scholastic aptitudes; (g) supporting children with learning difficulties; and (h) making medical and psycho-social services available to students in need.  Alongside teachers, parents, and the community at large, The Toa Nafasi Project elicits creativity and distinction in academic performance and extracurricular activities, and provides each student with the chance to excel.

 


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Areas of professional interests and/or research:



SarahKhimjee
Member
Female
About Me




Saraswathi Devi Tallapragada
Member
Female
74 years old

Sherwin
Member
Male

Siddhi Sood
Member
Female
35 years old
About Me

I am a PhD scholar, also working as an Assistant Professor in a B.Ed. College. My research topic is related to the development of certain education strategies for Children with Intellectual Disability.


Affiliations:


Areas of professional interests and/or research:

Education: Methods-Startegies-Techniques adopted and implied in a teaching-learning process

Other comments:

Let's do it!


Stephen Schloss
Member
Male
36 years old
About Me

I am a special eduction teacher who specializes in teaching students with a (high-functioning) autism spectrum disorder in Durham, North Carolina, United States. I am (also) currently a graduate student in the School of Education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I am in the Educational Leadership Department working towards a Master of School Administration. I graduated Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, United States with my M.S.Ed. in Special Education with an emphasis on General Curriculum (mild-to-moderate disabilities) K-12 and a graduate certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorders. My B.S. is in Psychology.

I am an avid runner who runs half marathons and would love to run a full marathon someday. However, right now, my focus is on teaching full time and going to grad school full time. 


Affiliations:

Council for Exceptional Children

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Education

Old Dominion University School of Education

Areas of professional interests and/or research:

Autism Spectrum Disorders

Behavior-related Disorders

Communication-Related Disorders

Educational Diagnostics and Assessments

Educational Leadership

Learning Disabilities

Teacher Preparation and Education


Suraiya Munir
Member
Female
About Me

Im a high school math teacher for students with learning disabilities and sepcial needs. Im currently, working in Kuwait and USA.


Affiliations:

Learning Differences Professional Association Kuwait  &  TESOL Kuwait

Areas of professional interests and/or research:

Looking forward for some opportunities for social work by assisting students with learning disabilities as well as training teachers to learn new teaching styles and strategies.


Try Manoellang
Member
Female
37 years old
About Me

I am an Indonesian who is trying to help people with special needs in my country. I graduated from Special Needs Education from Indonesia University of Education and is trying to make my dream about opening inclusive school in my hometown come true. 


Areas of professional interests and/or research:

Cultural beliefs about people with special needs, developmental development and autism.


Walusimbi Moses
Member
Male
38 years old
About Me

Since childhood i developed passion to serve as an advocate and empower children with disabilities and families, because i come from a family that disowned there own son. This background gave birth to Special Children Special People, an NGO that rehabilitates, advocates and empowers families affected by disability.


Areas of professional interests and/or research:


All neurological disorders with special focus on

Autism

Down syndrome

Epilepsy

Celebral Palsy

Epilepsy 

Other comments:

Its my pleasure to be part of this wonderful global community.

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