Introduction to Low Incidence Disabilities
I have had the pleasure of being the lead instructor for an undergraduate introductory course entitled "Introduction to Low Incidence Disabilities", in the Spring of 2014 and the Fall semester of 2015. This course is delivered in-person and provides an overview and introduction to low incidence disability groups. The course is designed to have experts in the specific low incidence disability area provide the lectures for that topic. I give lectures in three of the four modules: introduction, severe and multiple disabilities, and deaf blindness. As the lead instructor, my primary responsibilities have included: Updating the syllabus and coordinating guest presenters; developing and maintaining the course website; grading all assignments and quizzes as the instructor of record; and providing lectures. I have truly enjoyed building relationships with the students in this course and designing engaging lectures and activities. I have included the most current syllabus from the Fall of 2015, my Teacher-Course evaluations from Spring 2014, and a sample presentation.
Teacher- Course Evaluation Reports
Below is the Teacher Course Evaluation Report from the Spring of 2014.
Below is the Teacher Course Evaluation Report from the Fall of 2015, including the numerical ratings on the left and the student comments on the right.
This is a the presentation that I delivered on the first day of the SERP 202 Introduction to Low Incidence Disabilities course that I taught in the Fall of 2015. On this first day of the course, I reviewed the syllabus with the students, and I gave a brief overview of the course.