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1 CURRICULUM VITAE Office: (813) Areas of Expertise Teaching/University: Communication Disorders in the Schools, Language Learning in the School Age Years, Clinical Practice Issues I and II, Language and Learning Disabilities, Language Phonology Practicum, Diagnostic Principles and Practices, and Research Procedures. Teaching/Public Schools: Speech Language Pathologist/Team Teacher, Communication Disorders Class (Middle School) Lee County Schools, Florida. Supervision: Clinical Supervisor and Coordinator, Language Phonology Practicum, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, Supervisor, Diagnostics I and II Practica, University of South Florida; Consultative Teacher/Speech Language Pathologist, Communication Disorders Department, Lee County Schools, Florida; Peer Teacher, Beginning Teacher Program, Lee County Schools, Florida. Professional Development: Researcher and Collaborative Author: The Language Reading Connection: Regional Professional Development for the Speech Language Pathologists, Project Central and the Department of Education, 2005 to present: Researcher and Collaborative Author: Journey to the Language Reading Connection: Master Professional Developer Institute: Project Central and DOE, 2007 to present; Member of DOE s SLP Workgroup for Rule Revisions, Tallahassee, FL. Researcher and Collaborative Author: Lee County Language Curriculum Guide, Lee County Schools, Florida; Contributor to State Task Force, Speech and Language Unique Skills, Tallahassee, Florida; Producer and Presenter of seminars in five county area on Speech Language Pathology; Presenter of Collegial Coaching Skills Program, Fort Myers, Florida; Manager, Staff Development Program, Communication Disorders Department, Lee County Schools, Florida. Administrative Skills: Proficient in Multimedia Technology for Distance Learning Modules, University of South Florida, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders; Consultant and Research Specialist to Suncoast Consortium Public School Districts, Highlands County Schools, formulated recommendations to Administrative Team for speech and language service delivery system for ; Consultant, Pinellas County Schools, Department of Communication Disorders, developed assessment and treatment procedures for children with motor speech disorders; Director of Easter Seals Speech and Language Clinic and Vicksburg Speech and Language Clinic, negotiated contracts, fiscal planning, and operational management including legal liabilities

2 Page 2 and responsibilities; Consultative teacher, Lee County Schools, reviewed and approved diagnostic and treatment procedures for 52 speech language pathologists, insured compliance with State, Federal, and District guidelines. Experience Highlights Present Clinical Instructor/Supervisor, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, Clinical supervision of graduate students enrolled in Language Phonology Practicum and Diagnostics I and II Practica; Instructor language, diagnostic, clinical practice issues, and research masters level classes. Coordinator and Faculty Mentor of University of South Florida s Suncoast Masters Program for Speech Language Pathologists, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL;. Specialize in design of online course presentations; Academic Advisor: 15 graduate students on campus and 21 in distance master s program. Independent Study Plan Coordinator, 4 to 6 graduate student yearly Consultative Teacher, Communication Disorders Department, Directed student diagnostic evaluations and therapy, provided support services, training and development for teachers, and performed Exceptional Student Education IEP staffing services Speech Language Pathologist/Team Teacher, Lee County Schools, Fort Myers, Florida, provided direct therapy services and assisted teachers in collaborative programming Adjunct Instructor, University of South Florida, Fort Myers, Florida, taught Communication Disorders in the Schools Adjunct Instructor, NOVA University, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, taught courses in Clinical Procedures, Language Disorders in Children, and Language Disorders in Adults Owner and Director, Vicksburg Speech and Hearing Associates, Inc., Vicksburg, Mississippi, managed a five person office, provided a wide range of therapy and testing services for children and adults with communication disorders, responsible for staff hiring, training, and supervision, designing program services, providing and implementing a budget, and insuring compliance with all state and federal regulations and reporting requirements Director, Easter Seals Speech and Language Clinic, Vicksburg, Mississippi.

3 Page 3 Education Doctor of Education Administration and Supervision: Program Development: University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, Department of Special Education, Spring, Master of Arts Bachelor of Arts Speech Pathology, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Department of Communication Disorders, Summer, Speech Pathology, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Department of Communication Disorders, Spring, Certifications present Board Recognized Specialist in Child Language, Specialty Board on Child Language present Certificate of Clinical Competence, Speech Pathology, Number present Florida Teacher Certificate, Certificate Number , Speech Correction. Publications Diehl, S., Ford, C, & Federico, J. (2005).The communication journey of a fully included child with an autism spectrum disorder. Topics in Language Disorders 25(4), Ford, C.S. and Huntley-Bahr, R. (1999). Making connections: Integrating classroom instruction on phonological awareness with clinical practice. Division I Newsletter. Scheuerle, J. et al. (2000) Cleft palate: Modern technology and neuroscience merge. Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, 2(1), Silliman, E.R., Ford, C.S., Beasman, J., & Evans, D. (1999). An inclusion model for children with language learning disabilities: Building classroom partnerships. Topics in Language Disorders, 19 (3), 1-18.

4 Page 4 Professional Presentations 2009, Dec. Using Elluminate Live! to Enhance Teaching and Learning, Center for 21 st Century Technology, (Invited Presentation), University of South Florida, Tampa, FL. 2009, Nov. Literacy Instruction for Person s with Dyslexia; Hillsborough County Literacy Council (Invited Presentation), Tampa, FL. 2009, Aug. Supervision in University School Partnerships, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL. 2009, July Development and Use of WIKIS, Center for 21 st Century Technology, (Invited Presentation), University of South Florida, Tampa, FL. 2009, June Using Elluminate Live! to Enhance Teaching and Learning, Center for 21 st Century Technology, (Invited Presentation), University of South Florida, Tampa, FL. 2009, May Evidence-Based Vocabulary and Comprehension Instructional Strategies for School Age Students, Florida Speech-Language-Hearing Association (FLASHA), Marco Island, FL. 2009, April Childhood Apraxia of Speech: An Evidence Based Review of Differential Diagnosis, Assessment, and Treatment Procedures, Presented two-day inservice to the Treasure Coast Consortium of Public School Speech-Language Pathologists; University of Florida Indian River Research Center, Fort Pierce, FL. 2008, Dec. The Language Reading Connection: Training the Trainers. Workshop presentation at the annual meeting of the Regional Professional Development Institute for Speech-Language Pathologists; Brevard County, FL. 2008, Nov. The Language Reading Connection: Training the Trainers. Workshop presented at the annual meeting of the Regional Professional Development Institute for Speech-Language Pathologists Tallahassee, FL. 2008, Oct. The Language Reading Connection. Workshop conducted at the annual meeting of the Master Professional Development: Language Reading Connection. Tampa, FL. 2008, Oct. The Language Reading Connection: Collaborating with your SLP. Workshop presentation for the Council for Exceptional Children National Meeting. Sarasota, FL. 2008, May The Language Reading Connection: Training the Trainers. Workshop conducted at the annual meeting of the Regional Professional Development Institute for Speech-Language Pathologists Orlando, FL.

5 Page The Journey to the Language Reading Connection: Master Professional Developer Institute: Brevard County, FL (Two-day inservice) The Language Reading Connection: Regional Professional Development for Speech- Language Pathologists: Tallahassee (Two day inservice) The Links Between Language and Reading: District School Board of Pasco County, Land O Lakes, FL (6 hours inservice presentation) Shared Book Reading for Young Children and Families: FLASHA Convention; Marco Island, FL Vocabulary Building Strategies: FLASHA Convention; Marco Island, FL The SLP s Unique Roles in Language and Literacy Intervention: School District of Manatee County, Bradenton, FL (6 hour presentation) 2006 The Language Reading Connection: Regional Professional Development for Speech- Language Pathologists: Weekend with the Experts: Tampa, FL (Two day inservice) The Language Reading Connection: Regional Professional Development Institute for Speech-Language Pathologists: Orlando, FL, and Tallahassee, FL (Two day inservice) Evidence-Based Language and Literacy Strategies for the Speech-Language Pathologist; Hillsborough County School District; Tampa, FL Positive Communication Skills, Food for Thought-Positive Communication Strategies, Therapy Strategies and Techniques for the Communicatively Impaired Adolescent Language-Learning Strategies Achieving Personal Impact. Lee County, Florida: 2004 Multisensory Cueing in Developmental Apraxia of Speech, A Case Study; St. Petersburg: FLASHA Conference, St. Petersburg, Florida Collaborative Efforts between School Psychologists and Speech-Language Pathologists: College of Education, University of South Florida Contextualized Learning in the Preschool: School District of Lee County, Summer Institute, One day inservice Assessment and Treatment of Children with Developmental Apraxia of Speech. School District of Lee County, Summer Institute. One day inservice Literacy-based Language Strategies for Supporting Children s Reading and Writing; School Districts of Sarasota, Manatee, and Charlotte Counties, invited speaker; One day inservice.

6 Page Performance and Portfolio-Based Assessment, School District of Lee County, invited speaker; Two day inservice, Assessment and Instruction of Language-Based Reading and Writing Disabilities Literacy-Based Language Strategies for Speech-Language Programs, Sarasota County Schools, invited speaker Differential Diagnosis and Treatment of Children with Moderate to Severe Speech Production Disabilities, St. Johns County Public Schools, invited speaker for professional day inservice of public school speech-language pathologists Assessment and Intervention Procedures for Supporting Children s Learning in Inclusive Settings, a two day inservice at Weekend with the Experts in Tampa, Florida as an invited speaker Innovative Models of Phonological Awareness Education in University Program Curricula (invited presentation); ASHA Annual Convention; San Antonio, TX, November Assessment and Intervention Procedures for Supporting Children s Learning in Inclusive Contexts (invited presentation); FLASHA Winter Conference; Gainesville, FL, January Assessment and Intervention Procedures for Children with Developmental Apraxia of Speech, Pinellas County Public Schools, January Developmental Verbal Dyspraxia: Assessment and Treatment, Speech-Language Pathologists Association of Louisiana, two, two-hour presentations with Dr. Ruth Bahr Communication Strategies for Children with Diverse Academic and Social Needs, Brooksville Elementary School s SLPs and teachers Supporting Children s Learning in Inclusive Settings, Pasco County Public School s SLPs, Six hour inservice with Dr. Arthur Guilford Video presentation: Differential Diagnosis of Children with Severe Speech Disabilities, Pinellas County Schools, inservice presentation Communication is Child s Play, Hillsborough County Public Schools, preschool teachers, October, six hour workshop Assessment and Treatment of Children with Apraxia of Speech: Special Populations, FLASHA Conference, Florida Multisensory Cueing in Developmental Apraxia of Speech, A Case Study, FLASHA Conference, St. Petersburg, Florida.

7 Page Consultation and Collaboration in the 1990s, CEC Conference, Tampa, Florida Clinical Coaching and Successful Communication Strategies, Academy for Excellence in Teaching, Summer Inservice Institute, Fort Myers, Florida Peer Coaching Training for ESOL Teachers, Fort Myers, Florida Lee County Language Curriculum Guide, presented at Weekend with the Experts, Orlando, Florida and in six counties in Florida Training the Trainers, Fort Myers, Florida Successful Communication Skills and Conferencing Skills, Fort Myers, Florida, Assessment of Communication Skills, University of South Florida, Fort Myers, Florida Presented the following inservices to teachers and speech-language pathologists in Lee County, Florida: Positive Communication Skills, Food for Thought- Positive Communication Strategies, Therapy Strategies and Techniques for the Communicatively Impaired, Adolescent Language-Learning Strategies, Achieving Personal Impact Presented eight inservice workshops for Lee Adolescent Mothers Program and presented this program at State Conference in Tampa, Florida. Other Scholarly and Service Activities 2009 Attended the Department of Education s Leadership Conference for Speech- Language Pathologists, two-day inservice, August, 2009, Orlando, FL Guest lectured on Childhood Apraxia of Speech for Ruth Bahr, Ph.D. in graduate course, Advanced Phonology, July, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL Guest lectured on Childhood Language Disorders for Sandra Graham, Ph.D. in undergraduate course, SPA 4050, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL Member of College of Behavioral and Community Sciences Grievance Committee, participated in two grievance meetings, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL Served on Department of Education Taskforce: Revision of Speech-Language Pathology Resource Manual, May,2009, Orlando, FL.

8 Page Served as a member of the Search Committee for a Clinical Instructor at the University of South Florida, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders Served as Chair of Faculty (Instructor) Evaluation Committee, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL Member of Undergraduate Speech-Language Pathology Committee, worked on development of new undergraduate course descriptions and learning content, University of South Florida, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, March, Member of the Graduate Admission s Committee, University of South Florida, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, reviewed over 200 applications Invited presentation for the Center for 21 st Teaching Technology, University of South Florida, Using Elluminate Live! for Teaching Online and Hybrid Courses, February Participated in the SLP Professional Development Steering Committee, Department of Education, August 28, 2009, Orlando, Florida Invited as a member of a faculty focus group to discuss what instructionrelated support faculty need in order to contribute to student success, University of South Florida, December Work collaboratively with fellow educators and speech-language pathologists, as a member of the research, writing, and professional development team, sponsored by Response to Intervention Teaching Learning Connections (RtI TLC) and the Department of Education. The team is currently researching and writing professional development training, activities, and distance learning modules relative to Response to Intervention and Policy Changes and Language Reading Instruction to address the early language and literacy skills of needs of students with more severe needs who are often served by speechlanguage pathologists, classroom teachers, and special educators in the public schools. These professional development training modules will be presented and provided to SLPs working in the schools during the school year Collaborated with faculty in the Department of Psychology in the management of a clinical case involving a child with Selective Mutism Served as a Peer Reviewer for ASHA online course: Implementing Response to Intervention in the Schools.

9 Page Member of Exceptional Student Education (ESE) Workgroup; Revision of State Board of Education Rule 6A Special Programs for Students Who Are Speech and Language Impaired; Tallahassee, FL Participated in University of South Florida s 21 st Century Teaching Technology Summer Institute (One week training on new teaching technologies) present Work collaboratively with fellow educators and speech-language pathologists, as a member of the research, writing, and professional development team, sponsored by Project Central and the Department of Education. The team researched, developed, wrote, and delivered professional development to address the language and literacy skills of students with more severe needs who are often served by speech-language pathologists, classroom teachers, and special educators in the public schools present Developed a CD rom presentation of training strategies for teaching phonological awareness and emerging literacy to preschool children with communication disabilities. The presentation has been used to inservice school districts throughout Florida. Co-taught graduate class with Deborah Harris, Ed.D., in College of Education, Collaboration Co-edited issue 19(3) of Topics in Language Disorders. Reviewed 10 Calls for Papers for the Council for Exceptional Children for annual 2000 convention. Served as reviewer for two manuscripts for the editors of LSSHS. Assisted Pinellas County Schools Department of Communication Disorders with assessment of children for phonological classes. Continuing Education 2009 Received an ACE Award from ASHA for obtaining over 70 hours of continuing education. Areas of continuing education were primarily in child language and child literacy and learning disabilities Attended a seminar on Asperger s Syndrome and High Functioning Autism, Tampa, FL, November 24, 2009.

10 Page Attended an inservice on advanced uses of Elluminate Live! University of South Florida, Center for 21 st Century Teaching Technology, Tampa., FL, March, Attended a two-day Cued Speech Seminar, University of South Florida, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Tampa, FL, February, Completed training in administration of the Battelle Developmental Inventory, January, Received ACE Award from ASHA for obtaining over 70 hours of continuing education. Some of the inservices included: Listening and Literacy and Children with Cochlear Implants, Language Reading Connection. Attended National, State, and Local Conferences in the areas of Speech and Language Pathology (Phonological Remediation, Motor Speech Disorders, Dysphagia, Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Neurodevelopmental Assessment, Clinical Supervision, and Collaboration), Restructuring and Special Education, Collegial Coaching, and Teacher Effectiveness Training; earn over 70 continuing education hours yearly Attended The SLP s Unique Role in Language and Literacy, Language Reading Connection, Is There a Schizophasia? Language/Thought Disorders, Assessment/Instruction of Vocabulary/Language Components of Reading, and the Lidcombe Program of Early Stuttering Intervention. Tampa, Fl. Professional Affiliations Member: American Speech, Language, Hearing Association (ASHA); Division I. Member: Florida Speech-Language Hearing Association (FLASHA). Member: Council of Supervisors in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology (CSSLPA). Member of the Speech-Language-Pathology Leadership Academy Faculty Advisor: National Speech-Language-Hearing Association-University of South Florida from 1995 to Member: Advisory Committee, Hillsborough County Speech-Language Advisory Committee, assisted the Committee Chair in developing written evaluation materials. Collaborated with the committee in critiquing, modifying, and making additional suggestions for the final format of the evaluation forms to be used in the assessment procedure. Member: Suncoast Consortium, Public School Consortium addressing issues facing the public schools in West Coast area of Florida.

11 Page 11 Awards and Honors 2009 Continuing Education (ACE) Award - American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association (ASHA), from 1997 to present Lee County Teacher of the Year, Fort Myers, Florida Golden Apple Finalist, Fort Myers, Florida, 1988 and Outstanding Teacher Award, Rotary South, Fort Myers, Florida. Associated Skills Computer literate in Excel, Access, and Word; design and production of Power Point presentations, brochures, and multimedia aids, such as Articulate Presenter, Camtasia, Web-Based Learning Module Development; Soft-Chalk, and Ellluminate Distance Learning Program. Developed and taught hybrid and on-line courses for the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of South Florida, Graduate Program, Speech-Language Pathology. Individual Strengths Capacity to effectively communicate and coordinate with others; to accomplish established objectives effectively and thoroughly; to exercise prudent judgment; to work collaboratively with students, families, and clients both in the evaluation and treatment processes.

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