Parenteau, Wilken present at national conference

Danielle Parenteau and Kayla Wilken co-presented their research, “Valuing Individual Differences: Using Rubrics to Select Non-biased and Inclusive Children’s Books” at the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) annual conference in Washington, DC. Kayla Wilken, early childhood education major, is an Honors Apprentice Scholar at MSUM. Danielle Parenteau, EECE/SPED, serves as Kayla’s faculty mentor.

Glessner, Johnson, Parenteau present at national conference

Marci Glessner, Shirley Johnson and Danielle Parenteau attended and presented at the national conference of the Teacher Education Division (TED) of Council for Exceptional Children in Las, Vegas, November 6-9, 2018. Glessner and Parenteau: Beyond the Label: Using Literature to Inform College Students’ Perceptions of People with Disability Glessner and Parenteau: Doing More with Less: Right-sizing Undergraduate and Graduate Special Education Curriculum ( Johnson and […]

School of Teaching & Learning faculty attend, present at national conference

Several faculty from the School of Teaching and Learning’s Special Education Program attended and presented at the national Teacher Education Division Conference for the Council of Exceptional Children in Savannah, GA, Nov. 7-10. Faculty collaborated to present findings from their own research and share expertise and experiences in Teacher Education. Presentations included: A Framework for Problem-Solving Challenges in the Supervision […]