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Elizabeth A. West, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Area of Special Education
Email: [email protected]
EDUCATION
2003 Doctor of Philosophy in Special Education, University of Washington
Dissertation Title: Fading from Teacher Prompts to Pictorial Versus Verbal
Natural Cues in Children with Autism. Advisor: Felix Billingsley, Ph.D.
1994 Master of Education in Special Education, University of Washington
1990 Bachelor of Science in Developmental Psychology, Eastern Washington
University
EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE
2012-
Associate Professor, University of Washington, Area of Special Education,
Seattle
2006-2012
Assistant Professor, University of Washington, Area of Special Education, Seattle
2005-2006
Scholar, Center for Health Policy of the College of Health Sciences, Boise State
University, Boise, ID
2003-2006
Assistant Professor, Boise State University, Department of Special Education,
Boise, ID
2002-2003
Course Instructor, Department of Education, Western Washington University,
Seattle, WA
2000-2002
Course Instructor, Area of Special Education, University of Washington, Seattle,
WA
1999-2002
Practicum Supervisor, Area of Special Education, University of Washington,
Seattle, WA
1995-1999
Staff Development, Special Education, Lake Washington School District,
Redmond, WA
10/2012
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1995-1999
Teacher Training Program Mentor, Graduate Training Programs, University of
Washington and Western Washington University, Seattle, WA
1994-1999
Special Education Teacher: Mild-Severe Disabilities in Inclusive, Resource and
Self-Contained Settings, Lake Washington School District, Redmond, WA
1993-1994
Special Education Consultant, Talk, Learn and Communicate, Seattle, WA
CERTIFICATIONS
2009-
STARS Approved Trainer (state training and registry system). Washington
Association for the Education of Young Children.
1998 -
Professional Education Certificate: Continuing Teacher.
Endorsements: K-12 Special Education
4-12 Psychology
1996
The Division for the Treatment and Education of Autistic and Related
Communication Handicapped Children, Department of Psychiatry, School of
Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
PUBLICATIONS
JOURNAL ARTICLES
(*denotes peer-reviewed)
Bull, G., George, M., Shoffner, M., Bolick, C., Lee, J., Anderson, J., Slykuis, D., Garofalo, J.,
Angotti, R., McKenna, M., West, E., Dexter, S., Herring, M., Hofer, M., and Brown, A.
(2012). Editorial: Implementing the teacher education initiative. Contemporary Issues in
Technology and Teacher Education, 12(2), 115-121.
*West, E., Semon, S., & Jones, P. (2012). Promoting community for online learners in
special education. Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education, 28(3), 108-116.
*West, E., Jones, P., Chambers, D., & Whitehurst, T. (2012). A multi-perspective
collaborative on teacher learning for teachers of students with autism spectrum disorders.
Journal of International Special Needs Education, 15(1), 26-43.
*Jones, P., & West, E. (2010). Moving toward a hybrid teacher education course: Supporting
the theory to practice challenge in special education. Journal of Special Education
Technology, 25(2), 45-56.
*West, E., & Patton, H. (2010). Positive behaviour support and supported employment for
adults with severe disability. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability, 35(2),
1-23.
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*West, E., & Hudson, R.F. (2010). Using early career special educators voice to influence initial
teacher education. International Journal of Whole Schooling, 6(1), 63-74.
*Jones, P., & West, E. (2009). Reflections upon USA teacher education in severe disabilities: A
shared concern of quantity and quality issues. British Journal of Special Education,
36(2), 69-75.
*West, E. (2008). Effects of verbal cues versus pictorial cues on the transfer of stimulus control
for children with autism. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities, 23(4),
229-241.
*West, E., & Jones, P. (2007). A framework for planning in technology: Considerations for low
incidence teacher preparation programs that serve rural communities. Rural Special
Education Quarterly, 26(4), 3-15.
*West, E., Leon-Guerrero, R.M., & Stevens, D. (Winter, 2007) Establishing codes of
acceptable behavior in a multicultural society. Beyond Behavior, 32-38.
*West, E., Jones, P., & Stevens, D. (September, 2006). Teachers of students with low
incidence disabilities talk about their own learning: An international insight.
Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, 39(3), 121-142.
*Jones, P., West, E., & Stevens, D. (2006). Nurturing moments of transformation in teachers
– comparative perspectives on the challenges of professional development. British
Journal of Special Education, 33(2), 82-90.
*West, E., & Billingsley, F. (June, 2005). Improving the system of least prompts: A comparison
of procedural variations. Education and Training in Developmental Disabilities, 40(2),
131-144.
*Hourcade, J., Everhart, T., West, E., & Parette, P. (December, 2004). A history of
augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) for individuals with severe and
profound disabilities. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities, 19(4),
235-244.
JOURNAL MANUSCRIPTS UNDER PEER REVIEW
West, E., & Pirtle, J. Mothers’ and Fathers’ Perspectives on Quality Special Educators and the
Attributes that Influence Inclusive Practices. Under review by Division of Autism and
Developmental Disabilities.
West, E., McCollow, M., Umbarger, G., Kidwell, J. & Cote, D. Based Practices for Students
with Intellectual Disability and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Under review by Division
of Autism and Developmental Disabilities
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West, E., & Chen, P. A Review of the Picture Exchange Communication System as
Evidence Based Practice for Learners with Autism Spectrum Disorders who are
Culturally and Linguistically Diverse. Under review by Journal of Autism and
Developmental Disorders.
Kemper, T., & West, E. Teaching English Language Learners who use Augmentative and
Alternative Communication: Perceptions of Practicing Special Educators. Under review
by Multiple Voices.
Koyama, T., West, E., Kemper, T., & Wang, T. Effects of Language, Word Functions and
Symbol Sets on the Transparency of Picture Symbols. Under review by Augmentative
and Alternative Communication.
BOOK CHAPTERS
West, E., & Pirtle, J. M. (2012). Mothers’ and Fathers’ Perspectives on Quality Special
Educators in Northwestern United States: Attributes that Influence Inclusive Practice. In
P. Jones (Ed.), Infusing Insider Perspectives into Inclusive Teacher Learning: Potentials
and Challenges. Routledge.
West, E., & Chen, P. (2011). Cultural and linguistic diversity and learners with autism
spectrum disorders. In D. Zager, M.L. Wehmeyer, & R. L. Simpson (Eds.),
Educating students with autism spectrum disorders: Research-based principles and
practices. Routledge.
West, E. (2011). Assistive technology for students with autism. In A. Boutot, & B. Myles
(Eds.), Autism spectrum disorders (pp. 261-276). Allyn and Bacon.
West, E. (2010). Initial teacher training to meet the needs of students with disabilities who are
culturally and linguistically diverse. In C. Forlin (Ed.), Teacher education for inclusion:
Changing paradigms and innovative approaches (pp. 208-215). Routledge.
TECHNICAL REPORTS
West, E., Hudson, R., Liberty, L., Patton, H., Wang, T., Davis, C., & Schwartz, I. (2010).
Implications for teacher education and linguistic diversity: Perspectives of parents,
district administrators and teachers. Seattle, Washington: University of Washington.
IN PREPARATION
Hudson, R.F., West, E., Marti, A., Baines, A., Davis, C., Keenan, H., & Isakson, C. Quality
Beginning Special Education Teachers: Voices from the Field.
West, E., & Kemper, T. Identifying Training and Support Needs of Paraeducators Who Work
With Learners With Autism Spectrum Disorders.
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Jegatheesan, B., & West, E. Diagnosis and Post-Diagnosis Period: Needs and Supports
Reported by Asian Immigrant Families of Young Children With Developmental
Disabilities.
West, E., & Kemper, T. Initial Teacher Training Programs for Assistive Technology.
West, E., & Wang, T. Similarities and Differences in the Functioning of Fathers and Mothers of
Children with Disabilities: A 25 Year Review of the Literature.
FUNDED RESEARCH & PROJECTS
Cheney, D., & West, E. (2012). Preparing Future Faculty to Address Issues in High Needs
Areas of Secondary Special Education. Department of Education. Funded 20122017 ($1249,096).
Project Role: Co-Principal Investigator
Preparation Responsibilities: Co-Author
West, E. (2012). Indigenous Teacher Education Program. Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
– Investing in Native Student Success. Funded 2012-2013 ($50,000).
Project Role: Principal Investigator
Preparation Responsibilities: Author
Davis, C. A., & West, E. (2011). Project BUILD: Building Upon Instructional Leaders’
Discussions. Department of Education. Funded 2011 – 2015. ($125,000).
Project Role: Co-Principal Investigator
Preparation Responsibilities: Co-Author
Wang, H.T., Koyama, T., & West, E. (2011). The Use of a Visual Cue and Reinforcer Time
Delay to Teach Waiting Behavior for Young Children with Autism. National
Taiwan Normal University. Funded 2011-2012. ($112500NT/$3,880 USD).
Project Role: Co-Principal Investigator
Preparation Responsibilities: Co-Author
Reinholz, A., & West, E. (2010). Autism Spectrum Disorder and Social Supports. Organization
for Autism Research. Funded 2010-2012. ($1,000).
Project Role: Principal Investigator for Student Award
Preparation Responsibilities: Edited Proposal
West, E. (2010). Evaluating the Native American Youth Enrichment Program. Institute for
Ethnic Studies in the United States (IESUS). Funded 2010 -2011. ($8,900).
Project Role: Principal Investigator
Preparation Responsibilities: Author
Joseph, G.E., Sandall, S., Schwartz, I.S., & West, E. (2008). Innovate, Improve, Include! A
Project on Effective Inclusive Practices in Head Start. Department of Health and
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Human Services, Administration for Children and Families. Funded 2008-2011.
($600,000).
Project Role: Co- Investigator
Preparation Responsibilities: Collaborator
Hudson, R., Davis, C.A., & West, E. (2007). Renewing the UW Special Education Program to
Ensure High Quality Special Education Teachers. Department of Education,
Office for Special Education Programs. Funded 2007-2012. ($500,000).
Project Role: Co-Principal Investigator
Preparation Responsibilities: Co-Author
Jegatheesan, B., & West, E. (2007). Diagnosis and Post-Diagnosis Period: Needs and Supports
Reported by Asian Immigrant Families of Young Children with Developmental
Disabilities. ARC of Washington. Funded 2007. ($25,000).
Project Role: Co-Principal Investigator
Preparation Responsibilities: Co-Author
Davis, C. A., & West, E. (2006). Creating Instructional Leaders for Students With LowIncidence Disabilities. Department of Education. Funded 2006 – 2010.
($800,000).
Project Role: Co-Principal Investigator
Preparation Responsibilities: Co-Author
West, E. (2004). Faculty International Development Award. Boise State University. Funded
2004-2005. (Expenses paid).
Project Role: Principal Investigator
Preparation Responsibilities: Author
West, E. (2003). High Tech, High Quality, Hybrid: Designing Instruction for the Future. Boise
State University. Funded 2003-2004. ($6,000).
Project Role: Principal Investigator
Preparation Responsibilities: Author
West, E. (2003). Dissertation Research Grant. University of Washington. Funded 2003-2004.
($1,000).
Project Role: Principal Investigator
Preparation Responsibilities: Author
TEACHING
Undergraduate and Graduate Courses: University of Washington, Seattle
EDSPE 435 Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders (Online Format)
EDSPE 503 Classroom Management
EDSPE 505 Curriculum for Students with Severe Disabilities
EDTEP 542 Meeting the Needs of Students
EDSPE 507 Instruction for Students with Severe Disabilities
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EDSPE 563
SPED 468
EDSPE 404
EDSPE 496
EDSPE 496
EDSPE 525
Issues in Working with Families of Students with Disabilities
Families, Professionals and Exceptional Children
Exceptional Children
Inclusion and Collaboration
Transitioning Adolescents with Disabilities
Educating Students with Autism or Severe Behavior Disorders
Undergraduate and Graduate Courses: Boise State University, Boise, ID
EDSPE 252 Assistive Technology
EDUC 350
Teaching Students with Exceptional Needs at the Secondary Level
EDSPE 355 Positive Behavior Interventions
EDUC 550
Teaching Secondary Students with Exceptional Needs at the Secondary Level
EDSPE 554 Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
Other Courses:
EDC 648
Inclusion and Collaboration (2008). Zayed University, United Arab Emirates.
EEX 6767
Assistive Technology for Students with Low-Incidence Disabilities in Special
Education (2011). Online Format. University of South Florida, Tampa.
EDSPE 358 Introduction to Severe Disabilities (2006). Online Format. Boise, Idaho.
PEER-REVIEWED PRESENTATIONS
Minkyung, S., & West, E. (2011, May). Using diverse families as mentors for preservice special
educators to promote culturally responsive practices. Infant and Early Childhood
Conference, Tacoma, Washington.
Jones, P., West, E., & Semon, S. (2011). Considerations of technology-based community,
engagement, and assessment in education. Paper presented at the AERA Annual
Meeting. New Orleans, Louisiana.
Chen, P., & West, E. (2011, March). Pecs and CLD students with disabilities: A review of the
literature. Paper presented at the 8th International Conference on Positive Behavior
Support. Denver, Colorado.
Hudson, R.F., Marti, A.E., Darrow, A, West, E., Davis, C.A., & Schwartz, I. (2009, November).
Beginning special education teacher quality: Voices from the field. Paper presented at
the 32nd Annual Teacher Education Division Conference. Charlotte, North Carolina.
West, E., Wang, T., Patton, H., Hudson, R., Davis, C., & Schwartz, I. (2009). Implications for
teacher training in cultural and linguistic diversity: Needs of parents, district
administrators and teachers. Poster presented at the Annual Teacher Education Division
Conference, Charlotte, North Carolina.
West, E., Kemper, T., Hudson, R., Davis, C., & Schwartz, I. (2009). Professional preparation in
AT: Identified needs of early career teachers and implications for preservice teacher
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training programs. Poster presented at the Annual Teacher Education Division
Conference, Charlotte, North Carolina.
West, E., & Patton, H. (2009, April). Demonstration of positive behavior support and supported
employment for adults with severe disabilities. Paper presented at the Council for
Exceptional Children International Conference, Seattle, Washington.
Davis, C.A., & West, E. (2007, December). Teaching person centered plans to school
psychologists within a school context. Paper presented at the TASH Conference, Seattle,
Washington.
West, E., & Jegatheesan, B. (2007, December). Rethinking functional skills for minority children
with disabilities. Poster presented at the TASH Conference, Seattle, Washington.
Jones, P., & West, E. (2007, January). Course selection and development in the online age: A
special education perspective. Paper presented at the Fifth Hawaii International
Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii.
West, E., Hager, K., & O’Brien, C. (2006, November). The life and times of first year faculty.
Paper presented at the Teacher Education and Technology Annual Conference, San
Diego, California.
West, E., Jones, P., & Stevens, D. (2004, November). Perspectives on teacher learning for
greater inclusive practice: teacher voices. Paper presented at the International Inclusion
Strand. Annual TASH Conference, Reno, Nevada.
Jones, P., West, E., & Stevens, D. (2004, November). Teachers of students with low incidence
disabilities talk about learning: An international perspective. Paper presented at the
Council for Exceptional Children Teacher Education Division Annual Conference,
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
West, E. (2004, October). Fading from teacher prompts to pictorial versus verbal natural cues in
children with autism. Paper presented at the International Conference on Cognitive
Disabilities/Mental Retardation, Autism, and Related Disabilities, Las Vegas. Nevada.
Jones, P., West, E., & Stevens, D. (2003, December). Learning from each other: A transatlantic
perspective on effective teacher learning. Paper presented at the Annual TASH
Conference, Chicago, Illinois.
West, E., Leon-Guerrero, R.M., Stevens, D., & Schilling, D. (2003, October). Courageous
dialogues: Establishing codes of acceptable schoolwide behavior in a multicultural
society. Paper presented at the International Conference on Behavior Disorders: The
Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders, St. Louis, Missouri.
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West, E., & Billingsley, F. (2001, May). Assessing the effects of two prompting procedures on
skill acquisition. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for
Behavior Analysis, New Orleans, Louisiana.
West, E., & Billingsley, F. (2001, October). Improving the system of least prompts: A
comparison of procedural variations. Paper presented at Northwestern Association for
Behavior Analysis, Victoria, Canada.
West, E., & Billingsley, F. (2000, November). Effects of two prompting procedures on skill
acquisition in children with moderate and severe disabilities. Paper presented at
Northwestern Association for Behavior Analysis, Leavenworth, Washington.
INVITED PRESENTATIONS AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL
West, E. (2012, April). Mothers’ and Fathers’ Perspectives on Quality Special Educators and
The Attributes that Influence Inclusive Practices. International Inclusive Teacher
Education Research Forum (IITERF) 2012 Symposium. Florida.
West, E. (2010, March). Keynote Address: Developing culturally responsive systems to
improve outcomes for diverse learners. 2010 Migrant-LEP Conference: Idaho State
Department of Education.
West, E. (2009, April). Building culturally responsive schools to meet the needs of American
Indian/Alaska Native students. Title 1 Conference/State Department of Education, Idaho.
West, E., & Jones, P. (2008, November). Teacher education for inclusion: Changing paradigms
and innovative approaches for inclusion. Presentation at the Hong Kong Insitute of
Education, Hong Kong.
West, E. (2008). Inclusion and collaboration. Zayed University, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
STATE AND REGIONAL
West, E. (2006, March). Recent developments in autism. Sponsored by Eberharter-Maki &
Tappen, PA, Idaho.
West, E. (2006, March). Keynote. Improving outcomes for young children. Sponsored by:
Idaho Head Start.
West, E. (2006, February). Keynote. Improving outcomes for students with challenging
behavior. Sponsored by: Idaho State Department of Education.
West, E. (2005, December). Keynote. Developing behavioral plans for aggressive children in
Idaho. Sponsored by: Idaho State Department of Education.
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West, E. (2004, May). The life and times of a first year faculty. University of Washington
Doctoral Student Seminar, Seattle, Washington.
West, E. (2003, March). Pediatric round table: Autism spectrum disorders. St. John Medical
Center, Longview, Washington.
West, E. (2003, April). Showcase of American Indian and Alaska Native scholarship. Native
Students in Advanced Academia, Seattle, Washington.
West, E., & Lowy, A. (2001, March). Strategies: An overview of autism and related
disabilities. Council for Exceptional Children, Washington Federation, Redmond,
Washington.
West, E. (1999, April). Best practices for individuals with low incidence disabilities. Best
Practices Conference, Residential Habilitation Center, Chelan, Washington.
West, E. (1996, January). Neurological disabilities, augmentative communication systems, and
behavioral support. Parent Organization (PACT), Seattle, Washington.
West, E. (1993, November). Picture exchange communication system. Pacific Northwest
Nonvocal Group Conference, Seattle, Washington.
DISTRICT AND SCHOOL
West, E. (2009 & 2010, September). Improving outcomes for children with challenging
behavior. Brighton School, Lynnwood, Washington.
West, E., & Martin, C. (2009, October). Effective educational programs for students with autism
spectrum disorders. Orting, Washington.
West, E. (2005, November). Positive beginnings: Determining the meaning of challenging
behavior. Boise Child Care Center, Boise, Idaho.
West, E. (2004, January & October). Positive behavior supports. Boise School District
Paraprofessional Training, Boise, Idaho.
West, E. (2002, August). Positive behavioral support and instructional procedures. Overlake
Specialty School, Overlake Hospital, Bellevue, Washington.
West, E. (2002, June). Autism: Best and promising practices. Seattle Public Schools, Seattle,
Washington.
West, E. (2001, August). Strategies for including students with special needs. Seattle Cheder
Elementary School, Seattle, Washington.
West, E. (1997 & 1998, September). Maps and circle of friends for children with severe
disabilities. Lake Washington School District, Redmond, Washington.
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West, E. (1996 & 1997, September). Strategies for students with multiple disabilities. Lake
Washington School District, Redmond, Washington.
West, E. (1995, September & November). Inclusion: More alike than different. Lake
Washington School District, Redmond, Washington.
West, E. (1995 & 1994, December). Autism and related disabilities. Lake Washington School
District, Redmond, Washington.
West, E. (1993, September). Picture exchange communication system. Tri-Cities School
District, Pasco, Washington.
AWARDS AND HONORS
First Nations at the University of Washington: Honoring our Women recipient, 2008
University of Washington, College of Education Service and Leadership Award, 2003
Doctoral Leadership Program, University of Washington, Preparing Leadership for Positive
Behavioral Support, 2001-2003
Gates Millennium Scholar, 2000-2003
Doctoral Leadership Program, University of Washington, Transdisciplinary Leadership Program,
1990
Who’s Who Among Colleges and Universities, 1998-2001
Dean’s List of Scholastic Excellence, 1987-1990
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Professional Affiliations
Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)
Division for Early Childhood (DEC)
Division on Autism and Developmental Disabilities (DADD)
Teacher Education Division (TED)
Technology and Media (TAM)
Division for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Exceptional Learners (DDEL)
Division of International Special Education and Services (DICES)
Association for Positive Behavioral Support (APBS)
TASH: Equity, Opportunity, and Inclusion for Persons with Disabilities
INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL
LEADERSHIP
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Board of Directors, Division on Autism and Developmental Disabilities, Council for
Exceptional Children (2009 to present)
National Chair: Diversity Committee, Division on Autism and Developmental Disabilities,
Council for Exceptional Children (2009 to present)
Board Member and Participant in Microsoft Partners in Learning Program for Higher
Education, Microsoft (2011-2012)
Chair of the Shared Diversity Agenda Network, Council for Exceptional Children (20092010)
International Inclusive Teacher Education Research Forum (IITERF)
2012 Symposium Participant. Pushing the Boundaries: Lessons from
International Inclusive Teacher Education Research for Developing Inclusive
Practices through Integration of Insider Perspectives. University of South Florida,
Tampa.
2008 Participant, Colloquium and Conference on Teacher Education for
Inclusion: Changing Paradigms & Innovative Approaches. The Hong Kong
Institute of Education, Hong Kong.
Participant, Tribal Leaders Congress on Education (2008-2009)
PEER REVIEWER:
Publications
Journal Reviewer:
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders (2012)
International Journal of Whole Schooling (2012)
International Journal of Inclusive Education (2009)
Reviewer – Book & Textbook:
Infusing Insider Perspectives into Inclusive Teacher Learning: Potentials and
Challenges. Routledge (2012)
Teaching Children with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders. Pearson Merrill
Prentice Hall (2006)
Young Children with Autism and Aspergers Disorder: Best Practice Suggestions
for Early Childhood Educators. Delmar (2005)
Conferences
Council for Exceptional Children:
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Division on Autism and Developmental Disabilities (2009-2012)
Division of Early Childhood (2009)
COLLABORATIONS WITH SCHOOLS
Inclusion and Collaboration. Zayed University, United Arab Emirates (2008)
Performed interviews and observations of private school programs for children
with disabilities to generate recommendations
Educational Liaison, Lapwaii Tribal School District (2003-2005)
2012-2013
2010 - 2011
2006
2005-2006
STATE
Board Member, Professional Education Advisory Board (PEAB)
Core Member: Native Education Action Team (NEAT)
Participant: Education Summit, Leavenworth, Washington
Board Member, Idaho Parents Unlimited (IPUL)
UNIVERSITY
(UW indicates University of Washington; BSU indicates Boise State University)
University
20072010-2012
2010-2011
2008-2009
2008-2009
2008-2009
2007-2008
2006-2007
2004-2005
2004-2005
2004-2005
College
2012-2013
2011-2012
20092008-2009
2007-2009
2007-2009
2006-2009
2007-2008
Participant, Women investigating race, ethnicity and difference
(WIRED), UW
Participant, Tribal Leadership Summit, University of Washington
Advisory Board Member: Native American Youth Enrichment Project.
Indigenous Wellness Research Institute, UW
Senator, Faculty Senate, UW
Participant, UW/COE International Partnership Advisory Group, UW
Participant, First Nations – ECC Events, UW
Participant, Faculty Training Workshop: Disabled Student Services
Participant, University of Washington Native American Association, UW
Faculty International Development Award Objectives Initiated, BSU
Member, Internationalization of the University, University Studies Abroad
Consortium (USAC), BSU
Member, University Faculty Forum for Civic Engagement, BSU
Member, Area of Special Education Position Search Committee, UW
Member, New Technologies Position Search Committee, UW
Member, Indian Education/UW Teacher Education Special Interest Group
Member, School Psychology Position Search Committee, UW
Member, College of Education Travel Committee, UW
Member, CLD Faculty Position Search Committee, UW
Member, College of Education Faculty Council, UW
Member, College of Education Scholarship Committee, UW
Participant, UW/COE website review panel
Participant, UW/COE International Partnership Advisory Group
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2006-2007
2005-2006
2003-2006
2003-2006
2004-2005
2004-2005
Member, College of Education Diversity Task Force, UW
Member, College of Education Promotion and Tenure Committee, BSU
Member, College of Education Technology Committee, BSU
Member, Search Committee for Dean of the College of Education, BSU
Member, Department of Special Education Search Committee, BSU
Member, Department of Early Childhood Education Search Committee,
BSU
Departmental/Division
2010 Member, TEP Division Committee, UW
2006-2007
Practicum Supervision for Preservice Special Education Teachers, UW
2004-2006
Field Supervision for Students in Secondary Program, BSU
CONSULTANCIES
Educational and Behavioral Consulting. Collaboration with a variety of public and private sites
to train personnel and to develop appropriate programs for individuals with disabilities:
2010-2011
2009
2009
2006-2010
2009
2007-2009
2004-2006
2004
2002-2004
20032001-2003
2000-2003
2002
1999-2000
Auburn School District, Auburn, WA
Puyallup School District, Puyallup, WA
Meridian School District, Bellingham, WA
Lake Washington School District, Redmond, WA
Sedro Woolley School District, Sedro Woolley, WA
Monroe School District, Monroe, WA
Pasco School District, Pasco, WA
Richland School District, Richland, WA
Northshore School District, Bothell, WA
Preg O’Donnell and Gillette, Seattle, WA
Issaquah School District, Issaquah, WA
Seattle School District, Seattle, WA
Bellevue School District, Bellevue, WA
Northwest Center, Primetime, Seattle, WA
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