|Present||Associate Professor, Special Education and Urban Community Teacher Education, School of Education and Human Development at the University of Colorado Denver|
Honors and Awards
- 2015 | The Floyd G. Hudson Outstanding Service Award, The Council for Learning Disabilities
- 2015 | Professional of the Year, Colorado Council for Learning Disabilities
- 2015 | Nominated for the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education’s 2015 Multicultural Education Award
- 2012 | Excellence in Teaching Award, (Tenure Track) University of Colorado
- 2012 | Excellence in Teaching, The School of Education and Human Development, University of Colorado Denver
- 2012 | Community Service Award in recognition for service to Montbello students and community
- 2011 | President’s Diversity Award The University of Colorado
- 2011 \ Rosa Parks Diversity Award Faculty Recipient – University of Colorado
- 2004 | Outstanding Researcher of the Year International Council for Learning Disabilities (CLD)
- Transition and Secondary Methods in Special Education [online]
- Transition and Secondary Methods in Special Education
- Understanding Students in Urban Contexts
- Advanced Seminar in Special Education
- Gifted Students and the Pathways2Teaching program [Independent Study for Counseling MA student – Allison Levy]
- Gifted English Language Learners [Independent Study for CU Boulder doctoral student]
- Collaboration in Schools and Communities [online]
- First Year Seminar: Introduction to Urban Education
- Introduction to Urban Education: Pathways2Teaching
- Psychology of Gifted, Talented and Creative Children
- Special Education Internship
- Teaching for the Success of All Children
|2003||Ed.D., Florida Atlantic University ‐ Exceptional Student Education|
|1996||M.S., Florida Atlantic University ‐ Special Education/Gifted Education|
|1980||B.S., William Paterson College ‐ Special Education/General Education|
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO DENVER
P.O. BOX 173364, CAMPUS BOX 106
DENVER, CO 80217-3364
Refereed Articles (12)
Strength-based RTI: Developing gifted potential in Spanish speaking English language ...
Educational Psychology Faculty Publications (2014)
This article proposes a strength-based response to intervention (RTI) model for developing and identifying gifted potential in English language learners ...
Identification of gifted students with learning disabilities in a Response-to-Intervention ...
Educational Psychology Faculty Publications (2010)
The identification of children who are twice-exceptional—those who are gifted and have concomitant learning disabilities (LDs)—has historically posed a number ...
Strength-Based RTI: Conceptualizing a Multi-Tiered System for Developing Gifted Potential
Special Education Faculty Publications (2010)
This article explores the possibilities of a strength-based Response to Intervention (RTI) model for developing and identifying gifted potential. Although ...