Dr. Jamie Mahoney obtained her Master's and Bachelor's degrees in Special education from Auburn University and her Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from University of Phoenix. She has spent 25 years teaching special education in various service delivery models in Alabama and Florida before moving to Kentucky to work for Murray State University. She has certifications in Special Education, General Education, Reading Endorsement Certification, Educational Leadership Endorsement, Assistive Technology Certification, and Microsoft Certifications. She has taught online at the university level prior to coming to Murray State University.
Echo Wu, Ph.D., is the Director of Center for Gifted Studies and an Assistant Professor at the Department of Educational Studies, Leadership & Counseling in the College of Education & Human Services at Murray State University (MSU). She had her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Beijing and Sydney, respectively, and studied at the University of Virginia (UVa) for her Ph.D. degree in 2004-2007. She worked as an Assistant Professor at the Education University of Hong Kong in 2007-2011, and was a Visiting Professor at UVa in 2011-2012. She started the current job at MSU in August 2012. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Participants will learn to use instructional technology tools to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of diverse learners
Participants will learn to create engaging and interactive lessons using various technology tools.
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