Date: October 21, 2010
Suzanne started with an undergraduate degree in early childhood education and moved right on to a masters in special education. Several years later when Suzanne had a son with Downs Syndrome, she became even more interested in finding answers in this field.
The Alliance for Technology Access came to her town and Suzanne became the director of the center for 10 years.
Now she is involved in implementation and training at Cambium Learning Technology, working with Intellitools. In a recent project she worked with districts in Broward County Florida and Corpus Christi Texas. They had bought Classroom Suite and wanted to put the software in all classrooms. They also had the Unique Curriculum from News-2-You, which they loved, but it comes in paper and their kids can't necessarily access paper. So the company created 12 new templates aligned to the goals and objectives of the Unique Curriculum that include data collection, and modeling good teaching.
Snippet 1: "How did you enter the field of disabilities?"
Snippet 2: "Tell us about your role in a recent project."
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