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Elizabeth Hall

Assistant Professor
South Hall 220B
585-245-5351
halle@geneseo.edu

Dr. Hall teaches in the Childhood Special Education and Adolescence Divisions. 

Office Hours

Spring 2020
TR: 11:15-12:30

Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • Ph.D. University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

  • M.Ed. College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA

  • B.S. George Mason University, Fairfax, VA

Affiliations

  • Council for Exceptional Children

  • CEC - Division on Autism and Developmental Disabilities

  • CEC - Division on Career Development and Transition

  • CEC - Teacher Education Division

Publications

  • Hall, E.W. (2008) Changing the way employees interact with guests with disabilities. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 19(1) 15-23.

Professional Partnerships

Awards and Distinctions

    • Excellence in Leadership, NY Federation of the Council for Exceptional Children
    • Professionally Recognized Special Educator, the Council for Exceptional Children

Classes

  • EDUC 102: Welcome to the Education Major

    This is an elective introductory course for enteringeducation majors. Related topics will be explored through discussion, workshops, and presentations and may include topics such as navigating online portfolios, using TERC library resources, exploring implications of copyright laws, and using content standards in the elementary classroom. This course will be graded on an S/U basis. Credits: 1(1-0) Offered every semester.

  • SPED 205: Tchg Sec Learners w/Spec Needs

    This course is designed to develop an understanding of the nature and the causes of disabling conditions; how to effectively integrate students with disabilities into the mainstreamed classroom; and how to modify instructional methods and materials so that students with disabilities can comprehend the content. Prerequisites: INTD 203. Corequisite: EDUC 204. Offered every fall

  • SPED 385: Team Appr to Ed-Ind w/ Disabil

    This course emphasizes developing effective communication techniques to use with personnel in educational settings, including parents of individuals with disabilities and ancillary personnel. The development of skills necessary to serve in a consulting capacity to the regular classroom teacher working with individuals with disabilities will be covered. Students will examine the different roles and functions of the special educator and how this person will work with others. Emphasis will be placed on adult interaction with students, parents, paraprofessionals, professionals, and volunteers. Includes field visit component. Prerequisites: CURR 313, CURR 317, and CURR 320.

  • SPED 388: Ex:TchStudentLowIncidenceDisab
  • SPED 388: Ex:TchStudentLowIncidntDisab