Addressing the needs of all learners

Frances Ihle

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Associate Professor
The College of St. Rose
Albany, NY

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Wednesday
8:30 AM - 9:45 AM
Regency C
 
Frances Ihle, associate professor of special education and literacy, earned her doctorate (Ph.D.) from the University of Kansas.  She presently works to prepare students with disabilities for post-secondary success through Project ASPIRE (Adolescence Special Education Preparation for Inclusive and Reflective Educators), a federally funded grant awarded to the College of Saint Rose by the Office of Special Education Programs in 2010. This five-year dual degree teacher education program will develop highly qualified teachers who have the knowledge and skills to teach a core academic subject area in high-needs urban classrooms with students with high-incidence disabilities.  Her research projects and activities focus on (a) academic discourse and teaching adolescents how spoken and written language patterns differ, and (b) an executive functioning coaching model that helps college students tutor their peers in self-regulation strategies such as planning, organization, and time management.
 
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