Estrategias de apoyo para la intervención positiva y efectiva del docente en el aula
Formar docentes para que puedan educar a nivel de escuelas y colegios a niños, niñas y jóvenes con necesidades educativas especiales para el aprendizaje.
Sara Beth Hitt, P.h.D.
Clinical Professor of Special Education
Dr. Hitt is an Adjunct Professor and Master Clinician at ETSU and teaches graduate and undergraduate special education courses, in addition to supervision of student teachers. She is a former elementary and high school teacher for students with high-incidence disabilities and Autism. She earned her B.A. at ETSU and her MAT and PhD at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Her research interests include instructional and behavior management strategies and co-teaching within multi-tiered systems of support (RTI, PBIS) in the secondary setting.
Lori J. Mars, P.h.D.
Professor of Special Education
Dr. Marks’ research interests include instructional and learning strategies for teaching reading, writing, and mathematics to students with learning disabilities, and improving preservice instruction and engaged learning at the university level.