Kelly Burlison, associate professor of reading and ESOL, and Jennifer Lesh, assistant professor of exceptional student education in the Ross College of Education, presented their research, "What Works? Pre-service Teachers Insights to Educational Apps," at the Florida Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Annual Conference in Ponte Vedra, Florida, Oct. 18.
Jaqua' Lewis, Ross College of Education’s doctoral program in educational leadership graduate and instructor in the master’s program in exceptional student education under the supervision of Lesh, also presented her research, "Professional Development Needs for Advanced Placement Teachers of Students with High Functioning Autism."
Burlison and Lesh also presented at the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED) 2018 October Convening at the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University. Their presentation, "Perceptions of Doctoral Students in a CPED Model Improvement Science Program," aligned with the learning exchange theme: Mentoring and Advising our Students and Ourselves.