MSUM professor and grad host community event for children and families impacted by Autism Spectrum Disorders

Dr. Camille Brandt, School of Teaching and Learning, along with MSUM recent graduate Michaela Kolness, Netha Cloeter, Director of Education and Social Engagement, and¬†Catie Miller, Manager of Educational Programming, will be co-leading an inclusive community event at the Plains Art Museum for students with multiple impairments on Tuesday, April 19. This event is a continuation of the work between museum […]

Dr. Camille Brandt presented at the Plains Art Museum on Inclusive Environments

Dr. Camille Brandt presented to administration, teaching faculty, and docents at the Plains Art Museum on October 6th on the topic of Inclusive Environments. Dr. Brandt was invited to speak on characteristics of disability, learning opportunities for individuals and their families, and pathways to inclusiveness in the community. The Plains is currently hosting an exhibit entitled VIVID; this is a […]

Brandt to present at American Montessori conference

Dr. Camille Brandt, School of Teaching and Learning, has been accepted as a presenter at the American Montessori Society’s Annual Conference in Dallas, Texas. Past presenters at this conference include Maya Angelou, Jane Goodall, Marian Wright Edelman, Greg Mortenson, and Daniel Pink. Dr. Brandt will be sharing information related to parent perspectives on quality education for preschool and early elementary […]