Curriculum Vita Katie E. Steed



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Curriculum Vita

Katie E. Steed
Department Counseling Psychology & Special Education

Brigham Young University

340 MCKB

Provo, UT 84602

(801) 422-1408

Katie_Steed@byu.edu


EDUCATION
Master of Science, 2004
Brigham Young University

Major: Special Education, Severe/Profound

Thesis Title: Instructing Teachers of Children with Disabilities within the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Committee: Drs. Tina Taylor Dyches, Lynn Wilder, and Lynette Erickson
Bachelor of Science, 2000
Brigham Young University

Major: Elementary Education

Minor: Special Education

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
April 2009-Present
Associate Clinical Professor of Special Education

Department of Counseling Psychology and Special Education

Brigham Young University


  • Continuing Faculty Status, granted April 2009

  • Teach undergraduate courses

  • Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC) faculty advisor

  • Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) state board member

  • Coordinate summer practicum experience for students certifying in severe

  • Supervise student teachers and interns.


August 2003 to April 2009
Assistant Clinical Professor of Special Education

Department of Counseling Psychology and Special Education

Brigham Young University


  • Teach undergraduate courses

  • SCEC faculty advisor

  • Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) state board member

  • Coordinate summer practicum experience for students certifying in severe

  • Supervise student teachers and interns.


August 2001-2003 (Summer months)
Assistant Coordinator of Summer Practicum

Department of Counseling Psychology and Special Education

Brigham Young University




August 2000-August 2003
Inclusion Specialist

Severe/Profound Intellectual Disability Unit

Alpine School District


  • Implement the IEP goals for each student on unit

  • Coordinate the daily inclusion of each student between 12 general education teachers and four specialty teachers


August 2001-May 2003
Graduate Teaching Assistant

Brigham Young University




  • Assist with the grading and instruction for two Special Education undergraduate courses: CPSE 400 (Introduction to Special Education) and CPSE 420 (Assessment in Special Education)


1995-1998 (Summer months)
Camp Director

Tualatin Parks and Recreation

Portland, Oregon



  • Organize and manage a camp of 100 children and adults with disabilities and 24 staff counselors


CONSULTATION
April-July 2015

    • Star Rise School for children with Autism

    • Consult with the principal, teachers and parents on how to strengthen instruction, behavior management, curriculum and organization of their school. Guangzhou, China.


June 2014-August 2016

    • Kids on The Move

    • Consult with educators and other professionals who serve young children with disabilities in Orem, Utah.


July 2013-July 2015

    • Acacia Shade

    • Consult for volunteers who serve children with disabilities in orphanages throughout Ghana.


January 2012-September 2012

    • Researcher

    • National Council for Teacher Quality

    • Online researcher for the National Review of Teacher Preparation Programs



TEACHING
Brigham Young University

Department of Counseling Psychology and Special Education (CPSE)
Courses Taught
CPSE 300 (2 hrs.) Exceptional Students: Principles of Collaboration
CPSE 400 (2 hrs.) Exceptional Students: Principles of Collaboration

CPSE 420 (3 hrs.) Assessment, Diagnosis, and Evaluation of Students with Exceptional Needs

CPSE 430 (3 hrs.) Teaching Reading and Language Arts to Students with Disabilities

CPSE 440 (3 hrs.) Curriculum and Instruction for Secondary Students with Disabilities

CPSE 453 (3 hrs.) Curriculum and Instruction for Students with Severe Disabilities

CPSE 470 (3 hrs.) Legal Issues in Special Education


CPSE 490 (1 hr.) Educating Individuals with Disabilities-Capstone Seminar

Field Work Supervised
CPSE 447R (1 hr.) Secondary Practicum
ECE 422 (8 hrs.) Preschool or Kindergarten Student Teaching
EL ED 400R (8 hrs.) Elementary Education Student Teaching
SC ED 476 R (8 hrs.) Secondary Student Teaching
TELL 477R (3 hrs.) TESOL K-12 Student Teaching

TEACHING, WORKSHOPS and TRAININGS

Steed, K. (2017, August). How can I teach someone to read? Ways to support, beginning, struggling and adult learners in literacy. Training presented at Brigham Young University Campus Education Week. Provo, UT.
Steed, K. (2017, April). Effective reading instruction for children with autism. Training presented at The City Pedagogical Psychological Center in Moscow. Moscow, Russia.
Steed, K. (2017, April). Instructional strategies for children with autism. Training presented at The City Pedagogical Psychological Center in Moscow. Moscow, Russia.
Steed, K. (2017, April). Assessments and task analysis for children with autism. Training presented at The City Pedagogical Psychological Center in Moscow. Moscow, Russia.
Steed, M., & Steed, K. (2017, April). Emotional supports and strategies for parents of children with autism. Training presented at The City Pedagogical Psychological Center in Moscow. Moscow, Russia.
Steed, K. (2017, April). The joys of being a special educator. Training presented at Moscow City Pedagogical University. Moscow, Russia.
Steed, K. (2017, April). Effective strategies for teaching children with autism. Training presented at Moscow City Pedagogical University. Moscow, Russia.
Steed, K., Morrison, T., & Thompson, J. (2017, April). Simplifying The Book of Mormon for individuals with intellectual disabilities and other populations with limited literacy skills. Training presented at The Church of Jesus Christ Latter day Saints Curriculum Department. Salt Lake City, UT.
Steed, K. (2017, March). How children learn to read using the five essential elements of reading instruction. Training presented at Utah State Hospital. Provo, UT.
Steed, K., & Steed, M. (2016, November). Effective reading instruction and assessments for children with disabilities, follow up. Training presented at Ministry of Education. Georgetown, Guyana.
Steed, K., & Steed, M. (2016, April). Effective reading instruction and assessments for children with disabilities. Training presented at Ministry of Education. Georgetown, Guyana.
Steed, K., & Steed, M. (2015, July). An overview of effective autism interventions for Chinese children: A guide for parents. Training presented at Children’s Palace Parent Support. Guangzhou, China.
Steed, K., & Steed, M. (2015, June). An overview of effective autism interventions for Chinese students: A guide for teachers. Training presented at Rise School for Children with Autism. Guangzhou, China.
Steed, K., (2015, June). Reading instruction for Chinese secondary students who are English language learners. Training presented at Clifford International School. Guangzhou, China.
Steed, K., (2015, June). Reading instruction for Chinese elementary students who are English language learners. Training presented at Clifford International School. Guangzhou, China.
Steed, K. (2013, August). Helping members with disabilities fully access the blessings available in the gospel. Training presented at Brigham Young University Campus Education Week. Provo, UT.
Smith, B., & Steed, K. (2012, June). Teaching the Spirits. Salt Lake Valley Seminary and Institute Special Education Conference. Salt Lake City, UT.
Smith, B., Shreeve, J., Sumner, A., & Steed, K. (2012, June). Disabilities 101. Salt Lake Valley Seminary and Institute Special Education Conference. Salt Lake City, UT.
Steed, K. (2012, January). Teaching the Spirits. Inservice to The Primary General Board of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Salt Lake City, UT.
Steed, K. (2012, January). Teaching the Spirits. Inservice to The Disability Curriculum Committee of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Salt Lake City, UT.
Steed, K. (2011, October). Disabilities 101. Training presented at LDS Special Needs Mutual Workshop. Salt Lake City, UT.
Invited Lectures
CPSE 400 Principles of Collaboration in Special Education

Guest Speaker asked by Dr. Cade Charlton to speak supporting members with disabilities to more fully access their faith, Fall 2015-present.

CPSE 403 Intro to Special Education

Guest Speaker asked by Barbara Smith to speak on Autism, Fall 2013 and 2014.


CPSE 606 Pyschoeducational Foundations

Guest speaker asked to speak by Dr. Melissa Heath on Developmental Delays and Early Childhood Issues in Special Education, Winter 2009-present.


CPSE 420 Assessment and Evaluation of Students with Exceptional Needs

Guest speaker asked by Barbara Smith, Dr. Ryan Kellems and Heidi Nelson to present on assessments: Brigance, Behavioral Observation Skills, Scales of Independent Behaviors Revised and Vineland, Fall 2002-present.


CPSE 622 Theory Learning and Cognition

Guest speaker asked to speak by Dr. Marc Steed on Functional Academic Behavioral Plans, Direct Instruction as well as Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences, Fall 2007.


CPSE 679R Advanced Practicum Consultation School Psychology

Panel discussion member asked by Dr. Melissa Heath to discuss the field of Special Education, Fall 2006.


CPSE 400 Special Education Introductory Course

Guest Speaker asked by Dr. Michelle Marchant, Shelly Reier and JoAnn Munk to speak on Autism, Fall 2005-2011.


CPSE 402 Educating Students with Disabilities in Secondary Education

Guest Speaker asked by Heidi Abraham to speak on Autism, Fall/Winter 2005-2015.


Salt Lake Community College: Special Education Introductory Course

Guest Speaker asked by Shelly Reier to speak on Autism, Summer 2005- 2007.


CPSE 490 Special Education Capstone Seminar

Guest Speaker asked by JoAnn Munk to speak on Autism, Fall 2004.


IAS (International Area Studies) 360R Preparation Course for Romanian Interns

Guest Speaker asked to address methods of teaching individuals with severe disabilities to future Romanian Interns, Winter 2004-present.


CPSE 503 Special Education Capstone Seminar

Guest Speaker asked by JoAnn Munk to speak on Autism, Winter 2004.


CPSE 610 Consultation in School, Family, and Organizational Systems

Guest Speaker asked by Dr. Lynn Wilder and Dr. Rachel Crook to speak on working with students who have severe behavioral issues. I also followed-up by providing ongoing consultation for their students along and feedback on student reports, Fall 2003.

CPSE 679 Advanced Practicum: Counseling and School Psychology:

Guest Speaker asked by Dr. Tim Smith and Dr. Aaron Jackson to speak on working with students who have severe behavioral issues, Fall 2003.


CPSE 514/415 Special Topics: Autism:

Assisted in teaching a two-week class on autism with Dr. Tina Taylor Dyches, August 2001.



CITIZENSHIP
Community

January 2016-present

LDS Charities Technical Specialist




  • Invited by LDS Charities Program Specialist, Steve Dobb, to help form and participate in a committee for addressing special education needs and assisting children with psychological concerns throughout the world. (August, 2017)

  • Upon invitation of The City Pedagogical Psychological Center in Moscow, I was sent by LDS Charities as a Technical Specialist to Moscow, Russia to provide training in effective teaching strategies for individuals with Autism. (April, 2017)

  • A follow-up visit is scheduled to provide on-site training to teachers, administrators and parents. (November, 2016)

  • Training was provided to: teachers, administrators and parents from every district within the country of Guyana. (April, 2016)

  • In Collaboration with The Guyana Ministry of Education, we organized and presented a weeklong inservice on working with children with disabilities. (April, 2016)

  • Upon invitation from The Guyana Ministry of Education, I was sent by LDS Charities as a Technical Specialist to Guyana to assess their needs for strengthening the special education system in their country. (January, 2016)


September 2015-September 2017

School Community Council Member



  • I have been nominated and elected to serve on the community council for Edgemont Elementary School in Provo School District. We make decisions and recommendations for school improvement and spending.


September 2014-present

Advisory Council for LDS Seminaries and Institutes



  • I have been asked to serve as a member of an advisory council that will help in the teacher training and curriculum materials that will be used for students with disabilities within seminaries and institutes for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.



September 2014-present

PTA Special Needs Representative



  • I have been asked to serve as the Special Needs Representative for The Edgemont Elementary School in Provo, UT. I am helping to develop and oversee a volunteer reading tutoring program and support the school with accommodations for students with special needs participating in PTA sponsored events.



December 2012-present

Stake Disabilities Specialist



  • Serve as a consultant to support the needs of individuals with disabilities and their families in a religious setting. Provo Bonneville LDS Stake and Edgemont Stake, Provo, UT.



April 2016-August 2016

BYU Study Abroad Director, China Student Teaching



  • Supervised eight BYU students in Guangzhou, China as they completed various field assignments for their degrees in education.

  • Supervision consisted of four students completing student teaching in elementary education, one student completing student teaching in early childhood, one student completing their student teaching in secondary art education and two students completing their special education practicum.


2011-2012

Religion Institute Teacher



  • Teach weekly LDS religion class to approximately 150 undergraduate students from Brigham Young University and Utah Valley University, LDS Institutes of Religion, Young Single Adult 7th Stake, Provo, UT.


2008-2013

State Delegate




  • Nominated and elected through neighborhood caucus to serve as a state delegate for The Utah Republican Party.

  • Provide information regarding upcoming elections to neighborhood caucus.

  • Attend various meetings to meet the candidates, hear their views and share concerns.

  • Attend the Utah State Republican Party Convention as a voting delegate for various races (e.g.: governor, senators, congress, etc).

2010-present

Consultant




  • Collaborate with The LDS Disabilities Curriculum Committee on concerns and questions as needed.


2010-2011

Provo Mayor’s Young Adult Advisory Board



  • Nominated by the Mayor to serve on the board for one year.

  • Board focused on resolving concerns and issues related to young adults within Provo city.


2007 (Summer/Fall Semesters)

Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills Trainer



  • Organize and conduct two-day inservice for two local partnership districts

  • Train attendees in the administration and proper use of DIBELS (Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills).


July 2007

LDS Church Humanitarian Service Missionary




  • Organize a weeklong inservice on working with children with severe disabilities

  • Travel and present inservice to a group of teachers, doctors, nurses, psychologists, speech therapists and parents in Tirana, Albania.


2002-present

LDS Stake and Ward Inservice Presenter




  • Share my research and conclusions with various LDS ward and stake auxiliaries on effectively teaching children with special needs in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.


2003 (Fall Semester)

Kids on the Move




  • Present to a parent support group on effectively teaching children with special needs in the Primary setting of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.


January-June 1998

Volunteer English Teacher




  • Teach English in Taiwan as a Head Teacher

  • Supervise three other teachers.


1997-1998, 2003-2006

LDS Service Missionary





  • Tutor adult missionaries in the Provo Missionary Training Center who struggled with reading.



University Committees and Associations



  • Committee Member, BYU Gender Issues, (Spetember 2017-present)




  • Newsletter Editor, BYU Faculty Women's Association, (June 2017-present)







  • Speaker, BYU Speakers Bureau, (August 2014-present)




  • Chair, McKay School of Education Faculty Consulting Committee, (August 2016-September 2017)




  • Chair, Counseling Psychology and Special Education Department Rank and Status Committee, (August 2015-2016)




  • Committee Member, McKay School of Education Faculty Consulting Committee, (August 2015-August 2016)




  • On-site Director, BYU McKay School China Study Abroad, (October 2014-August 2015)




  • Search Committee Chair, Faculty Position Search, Counseling Psychology and Special Education, (December 2013-January 2014)




  • Faculty Advisor, Best Buddies, BYU (2012-present)




  • Member, Early Childhood Education/Early Childhood Special Education Exploration Committee, BYU (2011-2013)




  • Brigham Young University Independent Study Consultant on Individual Education and 504 Plans, (2007-2010)




  • Presenter, Brigham Young University Freshman Orientation, Habits of the Mind. Provo, UT. Summer Term, (2006-2007)




  • Mentor, Brigham Young University, Department of Counseling Psychology and Special Education, Severe Undergraduate Students, (August 2005-2010)




  • Faculty Advisor, Brigham Young University’s Chapter of Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC), (2003-2015), (2017-present)




  • Faculty Advisor, Brigham Young University’s Teach for America program, (2005-2010)




  • Member, Counseling Psychology and Special Education Continuing Faculty Status Committee (2012-2013)




  • Member, Assessment Committee, Department of Counseling Psychology and Special Education, (August 2005-2010)




  • Member, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, Department of Counseling Psychology and Special Education, (August 2003-2010)




  • Member, Undergraduate Curriculum and Assessment Committee, Department of Counseling Psychology and Special Education, (August 2010-August 2016)




  • Committee Chair, Admissions Committee, Department of Counseling Psychology and Special Education, August (2003-October 2007)




  • Committee Chair, Undergraduate Recruitment Committee, Department of Counseling Psychology and Special Education, (August 2003-August 2012)




  • Member, Council for Exceptional Children BYU reception, (August 2005-2006)



PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Committee Chair, Severe Summer Practicum Committee, Department of Counseling Psychology and Special Education, (August 2003-present)


Field Work Supervised
CPSE 467R (8 hrs.) Practicum Teaching Students with Severe Disabilities
CPSE 487R (12 hrs.) Student Teaching: Severe Disabilities
CPSE 496R (12 hrs.) Academic Internship Special Education

SCHOLARSHIP
Presentations:
Steed, K., (December, 2017). Effective collaboration. BYU-Elementary Alpine School District Public School Partnership Conference. American Fork, UT.
Steed, K., (September, 2017). Let’s do lunch: Getting everyone involved and participating. BYU-Elementary Public School Partnership Conference. Provo, UT.
Steed, K., & Rose, J. (August, 2017). Ed Week Episode: T.C. Christensen, special needs, budgeting. Teaching students with special needs. A radio interview about ways to support children with special needs airing on BYU Radio's Top of Mind with Julie Rose August 24, 2017. http://www.byuradio.org/episode/6cae5594-6ea9-465e-bc63-5d95a3d007e5/top-of-mind-with-julie-rose-ed-week-episode-tc-christensen-special-needs-budgeting Provo, UT.
Steed, K., & Woodruff, M. (2017, June). Utilizing online resources to support individuals with disabilities in accessing their faith. Summer Institute on Theology & Disability. Azusa, CA.
Kellems, R., Steed, K., & Steed, M. (2016, November). Providing support for parents of children with disabilities in Guyana. Ministry of Education. Georgetown, Guyana.
Steed, K. (2015, January). Keynote Speaker: Reaching the one helping members with disabilities access their religion. Kids on the Move Practical Methods for Including Children with Special Needs in a Church Setting. Orem, UT.
Steed, K., Hansen, B., Kellems, R., & Snow, A. (2014, June). Supporting members with disabilities and their families in religious settings. 138th Annual Meeting for American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Orlando, FL.
Steed, K. (2014, June). Effective teaching strategies for teaching members with disabilities in a religious setting. Fifth Annual Summer Institute on Theology and Disability. Dallas, TX.
Steed, K., & Abraham, H. (2012, November). Bullying Prevention for Students Classified with Autism Spectrum Disorder. 13th Annual Suicide Prevention Conference. Provo, UT.
Smith, L., Steed, K., & Crandall, L. (2011, April). A Comprehensive Approach to Reading Instruction for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. UVU Autism Conference. Orem, UT.
Smith, L., Steed, K., & Crandall, L. (2011, April). A Comprehensive Approach to Reading Instruction for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. McKay School Mentored Research Conference. Provo, UT.
Steed, K., & Huntsman, E. (2010, December). Christmas with Autism. Thirty-minute radio program as part of the Mormon Channel Radio Show, http://radio.lds.org, Provo, UT.
Steed, K., & Abraham, H. (2010, August).  Inclusive Education.  One hour television program as part of the Ask Eleven Television Show, KBYU Television, Provo, UT.
 

Crandall, L., & Steed, K. (2009, March). Accessing reading for all students with severe disabilities. Utah Council for Exceptional Children Conference. Murray, UT.


Abraham, H., & Steed, K. (2007, March). How to make and keep a successful SCEC chapter. Utah Council for Exceptional Children Conference. St. George, UT.
Steed, K. (2007, February) But did they ever really know? Practical ways to ensure your paraprofessionals know what is really expected of them. Tenth International Conference on Cognitive Disabilities/Mental Retardation, Autism, and Other Developmental Disabilities. Kona, HI.
Sampson, K., Bell, B., Osthed, K., & Foulk, G. (2006, April). How to make and keep a successful SCEC chapter. Council for Exceptional Children National Conference. Salt Lake City, UT.
Sampson, K. (2006, February). I am only one, but I am one. Brigham Young University’s Office Professional Advisory Committee Brown Bag Luncheon. Provo, UT.
Sampson, K. (2005, October). Instructing religious teachers of individuals with disabilities. Utah County Special Needs Conference. Orem, UT.
Stoker, W., Sampson, K., & Dyches, T. T. (2004, October). Portable schedules using Pringles cans. Ninth International Conference on Cognitive Disabilities/Mental Retardation, Autism, and Other Developmental Disabilities. Las Vegas, NV.
Sampson, K., Alfandre, C., & Pead, T. (2004, October). Data Collection and IEP Goals. The Utah Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders annual conference. Salt Lake City, UT.
Hamblin, E., & Sampson, K. (2004, April). What about the sibs? Council for Exceptional Children National Conference. New Orleans, LA.
Publications:
Steed, K. (2012, March). Advice for dad. LDS.org. Retrieved March 16, 2012, from http://www.lds.org/children/resources/tips/2012/03?lang=eng
Sampson, K. (2006, February). CEC helps to mentor your career. The Utah Special Educator, 27.
Audio/Visual Media Productions:
Steed, K., & Woodruff, M. (2017). Teaching Strategies. Produced a series of short clips aimed at providing training for effective teaching strategies for individuals with disabilities. Topics for video clips included: Positive Behavior Supports, Attention Getter, Stating a Clear Objective, Visual Aids, Active Participation and Using a Schedule as a Means to Help Reduce Anxiety.

http://education.byu.edu/disabilities
Steed, K. (2014). Reaching the One. A published website to provide resources and training materials on how to support members with disabilities in a religious setting.

http://education.byu.edu/disabilities 
Steed, K. (2013). Special Challenges. Produced a video aimed at helping to promote awareness of the challenges individuals with disabilities and their families face when accessing religion. This is now featured on lds.org. http://vimeo.com/72974375 https://www.lds.org/media-library/video/serving-children-with-disabilities?lang=eng
GRANTS
Woodruff, M., & Steed, K. (2017). Teacher Training Film: Helping Sunday School Teachers Better Teach Individuals with Disabilities, The Office of Research and Creative Activities (ORCA), $1,500.
Steed, K., & Woodruff, M. (2017). Teacher Training Film: Helping Teachers Better Teach Individuals with Disabilities, McKay School of Education, $2,500.
Hansen, B., Steed, K., & Dyches, T. (2014-2015). Parent Directed Instruction of Critical Early Literacy Skills for Children with Intellectual Disabilities, $36,900 over 2 years. 
Abraham, H., Steed, K., & Munk, J., Steed, M. (2010). The Effects of Using an iPad to Collect Field Experience Data:  A Fun New Gadget or a Powerful Tool, $4,000.00.

AWARDS
Brigham Young University McKay School Nancy Peery Marriott Outstanding Teacher Award 2014
Utah Council for Exceptional Children Hilda B. Jones Special Educator of the Year 2009

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
National Committees and Associations:
Reviewer, Proposals for the Strategies for Entry to the Special Education Career Strand for the Council for Exceptional Children International Convention, Louisville, KY, 2007.
Member, Council for Exceptional Children 2006 National Planning Committee Conference, January 2005-August 2006.
Conferences Attended:


  • Eighth Annual Institute on Theology and Disability. Azusa, CA, June 2017.




  • McKay School of Education Instructional Coaching Academy. Provo, UT, April-May 2017.




  • 138th Annual Meeting for American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Orlando, FL, June 2014.




  • Fifth Annual Summer Institute on Theology and Disability. Dallas, TX, June 2014.



  • Associates: BYU CITES, Park City, UT, August 2013-June 2014 (6 sessions total).




  • Council for Exceptional Children International Convention. San Antonio, TX, April 2013.




  • Council for Exceptional Children International Convention. Boston, MA, April 2008.




  • Utah CEC Wellness and Education Fair. Murray, UT, April 2008.




  • Access to the General Curriculum for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities. Salt Lake City, UT, April, 2007.




  • Council for Exceptional Children International Convention. Louisville, KY, April 2007.




  • Utah CEC Wellness and Education Fair. St. George, UT, March 2007.




  • Tenth International Conference on Cognitive Disabilities/Mental Retardation, Autism, and Other Developmental Disabilities. Kona, HI, February, 2007.




  • Council for Exceptional Children National Conference. Salt Lake City, UT, April 2006.




  • Utah County Special Needs Conference. Orem, UT, October 2005.




  • Associates: BYU CITES, Park City, UT, August 2005-June 2006 (6 sessions total).




  • Brigham Young University Writing Seminar. Provo, UT, June 2005.




  • CBM/DIBELS Institute Training. Salt Lake City, UT, August 2005.




  • Council for Exceptional Children National Conference. Baltimore, MD, April 2005.




  • Wellness and Education Fair. St. George, UT, March 2005.




  • Annual Northern Utah Autism Conference 2004. Presented by the Utah Parent Center and the Utah State Office of Education. Salt Lake City, UT, November 11, 2004.




  • Council for Exceptional Children National Conference. New Orleans, LA, April 2004.




  • Wellness and Education Fair. St. George, UT, March 2004.


Membership:


  • Utah Division on Developmental Disabilities 2004-2012



  • Council for Exceptional Children 2003- 2014



  • Utah Education Association, 2000-2001


Professional Leadership and Service:


  • Invited External Reviewer for Tenure and/or Promotion, University of Hawai’i at Manoa, Department of Special Education, Honolulu, HI (September, 2012 and September 2013)




  • Utah CEC Past-President, 2009-2010



  • Utah CEC Past-President, 2008-2009



  • Utah CEC President, 2007-2008



  • Utah SCEC Student Advisor, 2006-2007



  • Utah CEC President-Elect, 2006-2007



  • Utah CEC Vice President, 2005-2006



  • Utah DDD Past President, 2007-2008



  • Utah DDD President, 2006-2007



  • Utah DDD President-Elect, 2005-2006



  • Utah DDD Vice President, 2004-2005



  • NEA Foundation for the Improvement of Education Grant Peer Reviewer, 2005-2011


CREDENTIALS


  • Special Education Certificate, K-12, State of Utah, 2000-2010



  • Elementary Education, 1-5, State of Utah, 2000-2010

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