SECD faculty, students among presenters at Council for Exceptional Children Convention
02 Mar 2023
Three Ph.D. students and one faculty member from the Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders are among those making presentations at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Convention & Expo March 1-4 in Louisville, Kentucky.
Melinda Henson, Kristen Job and George Toman, all students in the special education Ph.D. program in SECD, along with associate professor of practice Mackenzie Savaiano, are representing the University of Nebraska-Lincoln at the convention. Their scheduled sessions are listed below.
8:00 a.m. poster – “Special Education Teacher Perceptions of Their Professional Learning Experiences”– Toman
1:00 p.m. poster – “Relation of Intellectual Ability to Autism Symptomatology in Down Syndrome” – Henson, Toman, Derek Rodgers (University of Iowa)
2:15 p.m. – “Implications of Writing Assessment for Students with Visual Impairments”– Savaiano, Michael Hebert (University of California Irvine), Rodgers
1:00 p.m. – “Improving K-3 Reading Using Professional Development & Tutoring: Project WORDS” – Job, Toman, Hebert
“Writing Instruction for Students with VI during COVID-19: Phenomenological Study” – Savaiano, Hebert, Rodgers
Learn more about the CEC Convention & Expo by visiting cecconvention.org.
Special Education and Communication Disorders