Keri DeSutter, School of Teaching and Learning and Kyena Cornelius, Assistant Professor, Special Education, Minnesota State University, Mankato presented at the Minnesota Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (MACTE) on October 25. Their presentation was titled Aligning High Leverage Practices with MN Standards of Effective Practice.
Keri DeSutter (School of Teaching and Learning) and Stephenson Beck (NDSU, Communication Studies, Chair) provided a professional development session during Fargo Public Schools Teaching and Learning Academy on August 15, 2019. Their session was titled Effective IEP Meeting Facilitation Techniques and was attended by special education teachers and school psychologists.
Stephenson Beck (NDSU) and Keri DeSutter’s (School of Teaching and Learning) manuscript titled “An Examination of Group Facilitator Challenges and Problem-Solving Techniques During IEP Team Meetings” has been accepted for publication in the journal Teacher Education and Special Education. The journal is published in association with the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children
Keri DeSutter, School of Teaching and Learning, presented at the Council for Exceptional Children Conference in Indianapolis, Ind. Her presentation was titled Common Challenges and Problem-Solving Techniques for Facilitating IEP Meetings. The presentation was part of an on-going research project being completed in collaboration with Dr. Stephenson Beck, Chair of Communication Department, North Dakota State University. The presentation was part […]
Teresa Shume, North Dakota State University, School of Education and Keri DeSutter, MSUM, School of Teaching and Learning, provided a professional development workshop entitled Collaboration for Inclusive Science Teaching. The workshop was a part of the Virginia Association of Science Teachers Donna Sterling Institute Preconference. Shume and DeSutter were invited to present along with other science education and special education […]