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Future of Education Mar 2: Teaching in Inclusive Settings
Future of Education Series: Mar 2 Teaching in Inclusive Settings
Welcome to Season 2 of the Future of Education. Upcoming sessions in March 2021. This series is a collaboration between AACTE and Mursion. Past speakers include educators from UMass Boston, Aurora Public Schools, Harvard Graduate School of Education and many others.

Mar 2: Teaching in Inclusive Settings: Collaborating to Establish Goals and Specially Designed Instruction (SDI), feat. Misericordia University

This session tells the story of a teacher preparation program’s experiences designing, implementing, and evaluating pre-service teachers’ ability to collaborate as a member of a Multidisciplinary Team (MDT). In the role of a special education teacher, pre-service teachers facilitate an IEP meeting with the general education teacher, a speech-language pathologist, and the student’s guardian. The MDT will propose appropriate and measurable annual goals and specially designed instruction for Jimmie, a fictitious student in an inclusive setting. Although designed for pre-service teachers, the scenario is effective for in-service teachers at all levels PK-12. Session attendees will….
- Identify the value and ease of creating a custom Mursion scenario
- Realize the instructional value of collaborating to establish annual goals and SDI in a virtual scenario
- Consider evaluative criteria to develop essential skills for pre-service and in-service teachers in inclusive settings

Mar 16: Introducing the New Early Childhood Education Classroom and Students.

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Join us Tuesdays, 1pm EST and learn:
-How teacher candidates don’t have to pause their own education
-Insights from 50,000 simulations conducted
-How your candidates can be on a path to completion in as few as 3 days
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Speakers

Colleen Duffy, Ed. D.
Chair of the Teacher Education Department and the Dir. of Graduate Teacher Education @Misericordia University
Colleen M. Duffy, Ed.D. is currently serving as Chair of the Teacher Education Department and the Director of Graduate Teacher Education at Misericordia University in Dallas, PA. She is a former k-12 biology and environmental science teacher and earned her doctorate in Educational Leadership with a focus in educational technology from Wilkes University in 2016. Her teaching and research interests are focused on assessment, the effective integration of technology to increase achievement, and all things STEM. She seeks to improve teacher preparation by infusing frequent opportunities for students to engage in authentic assessment through the use of virtual simulations and inter-professional education opportunities.
Roberta Yeager, Ed.D
Assistant Professor in the Education Department @Misericordia University
Roberta Yeager, Ed.D is currently an Assistant Professor in the Education Department at Misericordia University, Dallas, PA. She transitioned from public education after a full career of teaching as a special education teacher at all grade levels and with a wide array of low and high incidence disabilities. She also taught several years in an inclusive elementary classroom where she advocated to meet the needs of all learners. She currently teaches undergraduate special education courses and graduate courses in the reading specialist program. She completed her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Mansfield University, Mansfield, PA. Her Doctor of Education degree was completed at Northcentral University, San Diego, California. Her research focus is centered on behavioral management and inclusionary practices.