Join the AAEE community for one of our upcoming webinars. Interested in presenting?
Contact Daphne Donaldson at DDonaldson@ebrschools.org.
When recent graduates are looking for teaching positions and are offered the opportunity to demonstrate their teaching in front of the selection committee for potential employment, they must realize that this is the step that can set them apart from other candidates and this is the opportunity to showcase their skills. This session will provide tips and strategies for a successful teaching demonstration.
Upon completion of this webinar, participants will take away:
Dr. Matthew Erickson
Dr. Matthew Erickson is an Associate Professor and Graduate Coordinator in the Special Education Department at Slippery Rock University. He received his undergraduate degree in Special Education and Elementary Education from Slippery Rock University. He earned his Master’s degree in Education with Principal Certification from California University of Pennsylvania. He also earned a doctorate in Education from Youngstown State University and is currently earning a Master degree in Educational Psychology from Edinboro University. Dr. Erickson was a special education teacher and also served as a principal and special education supervisor in the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh areas. Dr. Erickson does work throughout Pennsylvania in public schools in the areas of positive behavior supports, special education law and procedures, and instructional strategies. He has recently published articles in the International Journal of Special Education, and the Journal of College Teaching & Learning.
Dr. Ashlea Rineer-Hershey
Dr. Rineer-Hershey is an Assistant Professor for the Department of Special Education at Slippery Rock University as well as the Coordinator for the Community Programs for Americans with Disabilities (CPAD) program. She graduated from Millersville University with a dual certificate in special and elementary education. She earned her M.Ed. in Special Education as well as her teaching certification in English as a Second Language from Eastern Mennonite University. Dr. Rineer-Hershey then went on to complete her Doctorate Degree in Educational Leadership & Instructional Management from Robert Morris University. She teaches graduate and undergraduate special education courses as well as advises all the students enrolled in the Special Education Transition Program. Her research interests include the areas of transition services, inclusive practices, co-teaching as well as Autism Spectrum Disorder.
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