Sie sind auf Seite 1von 2

Jennifer Erpelding, Ph.D.

Capella University, Minneapolis, MN
Ph.D. in Education, Specialization in Leadership in Educational Administration October 2012
Dissertation: Visual Teaching Strategies for Autistic Students in Inclusive General Education Classrooms
Honors: Graduation with Distinction

Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ
M.A. in Education, Educational Technology December 2006

Arizona State University, Glendale, AZ
B.A. of Arts in Education May 2004
Areas of Concentration: K-12 Special Education & K-8 Elementary Education, minor in Mathematics

Arizona State University, Glendale AZ
Clinical Instructor & iTeach AZ Site Coordinator July 2012 Present
Coaching and evaluation of the Teacher Candidate on the TAP rubric during informal walkthrough
observations and formal Performance Assessments
Supervise Teacher Candidates on professionalism, lesson planning, effective instruction through gradual
release of responsibility, and differentiation based on knowledge of student academic needs
Conduct monthly Mentor Teacher professional development meetings focused on communication of
policies and procedures, coaching strategies, Teacher Candidate progress and TAP indicators
Conduct quarterly Governance meetings which focus on current Teacher Candidate TAP data, Mentor
Teacher professional development trainings, and professionalism data (facilitated partnership between ASU
and school district)
Facilitate education courses to junior and senior education majors

DeVry University, Downers Grove, IL
College of Educational Technology Adjunct Faculty June 2013 Present (summer)
Instruct Masters Level Courses

Abilene Christian University, Abilene, TX
College of Education Adjunct Summer Faculty June 2011 July 2013
Instruct Masters Level Courses

University of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ
College of Education Adjunct Summer Faculty June 2008 Present (summer)
Instruct Undergraduate Level Courses

Pendergast Elementary School District, Phoenix, AZ
Special Education Instructional Coach July 2011 July 2012
Provided academic feedback to teachers through classrooms observations
Assisted and implemented Co-teaching with McDougle Little curriculum
Assisted in implementing the TEACCH program in five self-contained autism classrooms
Created and facilitated professional development weekly for self-contained teachers and paraprofessionals

Jennifer Erpelding, Ph.D.

Dysart Unified School District, Surprise, AZ
Special Education Instructional Coach June 2010 July 2011
Provided feedback to teachers through classroom observations using the Guided Pupil Success as adapted
from WestEd
Assisted and monitored teachers in writing Individualized Education Plans
Assisted teachers in writing effective lesson plans through implementation of instructional scaffolding
Planned and delivered weekly professional development to teachers
Ensured that general education teachers comply with special education students Individualized Education
Special Education Elementary & High School Teacher and Department Chair July 2004 June 2011
Oversaw creation of master schedule as well as planning, coordinating, and scheduling the Special
Education program
Collaborated with all general education teachers to ensure that accommodations were implemented to
ensure student success
Served as a member of the Academic Accountability Committee, Behavioral Support Team, Student Study
Team, Child Study Team, Threat Assessment Team, Testing Committee, Chair of the Diversity Cadre,
Campus Chair for Dysart Education Association, and a Club Unity sponsor
Organized AIMS testing and attended Individual Education Plan and Behavioral Support Team meetings
Instructed courses in Resource Mathematics and Resource English, Algebra 1, and Co-Taught Biology

Visual teaching strategies for autistic students in inclusive general education classrooms 2012

State of Arizona: Principal K-12, Cross Categorical Special Education K-12, Elementary Education K-8

Available upon request