Den Specialpedagogiska institutionen inbjuder till ett seminarium med Susan Sandall, professor vid University of Washington, College of Education Seattle.

Utifrån Susans verksamhetsområde som riktar sig till små barn och inkluderande förskolemiljöer är inriktningen på forskningsseminariet; Researching what works in intervention. 

Presentation - About Susan Sandall scholarly interests:

Effective instructional practices for very young children with disabilities in inclusive settings;

The changing roles of teachers of young children with disabilities, their relationships with other providers, and the implications for personnel preparation;

Effective approaches for professional development.

Dr. Sandall is the PI for the National Center on Quality Teaching & Learning, and was co-PI for the Head Start Center for Inclusion, both funded by the Office of Head Start. She was an Investigator with DEC’s work group that identified Recommended Practices for early childhood special education/early intervention.  She is the co-developer of Building Blocks, a framework for effective teaching practices for early childhood.  Dr. Sandall was awarded the Mary McEvoy Service to the Field Award in 2005 and the Merle B. Karnes Service to the Division Award in 2000 from the Division for Early Childhood (DEC), Council for Exceptional Children.


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