Congratulations to Brittany Hott, incoming Junior Co-Chair, and Angela Shelton, incoming Junior Representative!!! We are pleased to welcome Brittany and Angela to the graduate student committee for 2011-2012. A little introduction is in order ... : )
Incoming GSC Div C Junior Co-Chair (2011-2012)
George Mason University
College of Education and Human Development
4400 University Drive | Fairfax, Virginia 22030
Brittany began her career in education as a middle school special education teacher. She earned a Master's of Education in Special Education with a concentration in emotional and behavioral disabilities from Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond Virginia. Brittany has worked in the juvenile justice system as a special education coordinator and most recently served as an instructional specialist for middle schools in a large urban public school division. She completed an Educational Specialist degree in School Administration and Supervision from the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia and is currently studying special education as doctoral student in the College of Education and Human Development at George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia.
Brittany's research interests include curriculum-based measures and teacher-directed strategies within the context of a three-tier intervention framework for middle school mathematics. Her primary research interest involves how opportunities for overt responding impact participation and performance of students with internalizing and externalizing behaviors in mathematics. Brittany recently presented papers on student-directed strategies at the Teacher Educators for Children with Behavioral Disorders (TECBD) conference in Tempe, Arizona and the International Council for Learning Disabilities annual meeting in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. She is currently teaching courses in behavior management and collaborative models in special education. Brittany hopes to foster relationships with fellow graduate students and enhance opportunities for student participation within Division C.
Incoming GSC Div C Junior Representative (2011-2012)
Temple University | College of Education
1301 Cecil B. Moore Avenue | Philadelphia, PA 19112
email@example.com | Office: 215-204-5195
Angi began her career in education as a high school Chemistry, Physics, and Earth and Space Science teacher for four years, during which time she earned a Master’s degree in Education at Wilkes University. Currently, she is finishing her doctoral coursework in the Science Education program at Temple University. Her main research interest and focus is how an auditory affordance affects students’ performance on and presence within virtual assessments. She has presented this topic at NARST and AERA. In addition, she has conference presentations on professional development and teacher education at SITE, ISTE, and AERA. She has worked for the SAVE (Situated Assessment using Vitual Environments) Science project since June, 2009, primarily as an instructional designer. As part of the Division C graduate student committee, she hopes to help people form true networking partnerships that lead to lifelong friendships and collaboration.