Amy Stevens Griffith
|Office||Winther Hall 4044|
- PhD, Texas Woman’s University, Denton, Texas, 1998
Major: Special Education
Dissertation: The Effects of Classification as Learning Disabled upon Teacher Evaluations of Student Performance: An Attribution Theory Approach
- MA, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, 1992
Major: Experimental Psychology
Thesis: The Role of Social Support in Coping with a Crisis: A Test of the Main Effect and Buffering Hypotheses
- BS, Northern Michigan University, Marquette, Michigan, 1990
Minor: Speech Communication
- Academic Interventions I (Reading Interventions) SPECED (486/686)
- Academic Interventions II (Writing Interventions and Instructional Strategies) (SPECED 487)
- Academic Interventions II Hybrid (SPECED 687)
- Collaboration for (SPECED 458/658)
- Student Teaching Seminar (SPECED 470)
- General Education Field Experiences (SPECFLD 410/610)
- Directed Teaching Supervision
- Summer Institute Coordinator
- Special Education Minor Coordinator and Advisor
- Co-Teaching and Collaboration
- Transformative Learning
- School Reform
- Wisconsin Council for Exceptional Children President, 2012-2014
- Council for Exceptional Children Representative Assembly, 2010-2013
- Small Special Education Programs Caucus, Teacher Education Division of Council for Exceptional Children Membership Chair, 2010-2013
- Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies (JETERAPS) Editorial Board
- Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction State Personnel Development Grant IHE Hub
- Wisconsin Teacher Licensing Professional Development Plan Reviewer
- Kolb, S. & Griffith, A.S. (2012). Chapter 26 Planning for implementing assistive technology: A functional approach for practitioners. In Handbook of research on human cognition and assistive technology: Design, accessibility and transdisciplinary perspectives. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
- Griffith, A. S. & Handley-Maxwell, B. (2011). Annotated data, statistics, tables, and graphs. In C. Hanley-Maxwell L. Collet -Klingenberg (Eds.), Sage Reference Series on Disability: Volume 2, Education. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc.
- Nuner, J.E., & Griffith, A.S. (2011). Early signs of autism: How childcare providers can support parents and navigate referral procedures. Dimensions of Early Childhood.
- Olson, P. (originator), Sklar, D., Lafontant, G., Skuse, T., Griffith, A.S., & Hill, T (equal participants). (2011). Music and games. Young Women’s Caucus Travelling Journal Project (travelling show).
Online access http://www.travellingjournalpaul.blogspot.com/ .
- Kolb, S. & Griffith, A.S. (2009, Jan/Feb). I’ll repeat myself, again?! Empowering students through assertive communication strategies. Teaching Exceptional Children, 41(3), 32-39.
- Griffith, A.S. & Gill, P.B. (2006). Including students in the design process. Journal of At-Risk Issues, 12(2), 1-6.