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1 Elizabeth M. Dalton, Ph.D. P.O. Box 465 Hope Valley, RI (w) (cell) (h) or Education Post Doctoral Fellowship, Boston College, Newton, MA & CAST, Inc., Wakefield, MA Focus: Leadership in Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Areas of research: Teacher Preparation & Professional Development; Assessment, Performance, and Competency Identification Initial Cohort, January 2010 December 2010 Ph.D. University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI & Rhode Island College, Providence, RI Joint Doctoral Program in Education Leadership, May 2009 Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation in Education Award, 2009, Kappa Delta Pi (RI) Title: The Relationship between Assistive Technology State Standards for Teachers, Assistive Technology Implementation, and Student Performance in the Context of Evidence based Practice M.Ed. Rhode Island College, Providence, RI Individually Designed Program, Special Education and Curriculum Development, May, 1990 Suma cum Laude B.A. University of RI, Kingston, RI Psychology, May, 1974 Suma cum Laude Professional Experience Post Doctoral UDL Leadership Fellow, Lynch School of Education, Boston College, Newton, MA June 2010 Cooperatively developed and taught ED Leadership Colloquium on Universal Design for Learning, a blended course using Blackboard and Lecture capture to enhance classroom presentations and instruction. Cooperatively redesigned and taught ED Special Needs of Diverse Learners Assistant Professor, Rhode Island College, Providence, RI Feinstein School of Education and Human Development: Department of Special Education 1993 Present (currently on leave for Post BC/CAST) Teach/have taught the following courses: Introduction to Education (undergraduate level) Introduction to the Characteristics and Education of Children and Youth with Disabilities (undergraduate level) Assessment in Special Education (undergraduate level) Adaptation of Instruction for Inclusive Education (undergraduate level) Basic Principles and Practices of Assistive Technology (undergraduate level)

2 Assistive Technology in the Classroom (graduate level) Augmentative Communication Technology (graduate level) School to Career Training Institute (graduate level) Training the Trainers in School to Career (graduate level) Special Education Student Teaching Supervision Elementary/Middle level ( ) Special Education Student Teaching Supervision Middle/Secondary level, ( ) UDL Faculty Member, CAST, Inc current. Work with a team of educators to offer training in UDL nationally Academic Counselor, Access to Opportunity Program, Community College of RI , Warwick and Lincoln Campuses. Responsible for academic guidance and supports for with non traditional students, including students with disabilities Adjunct Instructor, Human Services, Community College of RI 2001, , Warwick and Providence, RI Education and Special Education Teacher, Special Education, Rhode Island Public & Private Schools Narragansett, Providence, Wakefield & Westerly Administration & Leadership Coordinator of Assistive Technology Programs, Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities Rhode Island College, Providence, RI Present Grant Management and Supervision RI Assistive Technology Access Partnership, contract to the Sherlock Center for curriculum development, program evaluation, and technical assistance Universal Course Design, Equity & Excellence NE Partnership, contract to the Sherlock Center for curriculum & program development Changing the Culture, a college wide professional development & disability awareness initiative, contract to the Sherlock Center and RI College for development of curriculum and training with the University of RI and the Community College of RI School to Career Programs, contract to the Sherlock Center for program and curriculum development, course offerings in School to Career (training institute, train the trainers, teacher externships) Program Development Universal Design for Learning, Initially trained by CAST, Inc. 2004; Collaborated with RI higher ed. faculty to establish the RI UDL Workgroup; Ongoing development of curriculum, instruction and materials for UDL implementation at elementary, secondary, and post secondary levels RI ATAP, Co author of successful RI Tech Act Grant that established the RI Assistive Technology Access Partnership; state system development in assistive technology TechACCESS of Rhode Island, founded the non profit agency for comprehensive assistive 2

3 technology access for the RI community (established 1991) RI Assistive Technology Conference, initiated & co founded Rhode Island s annual state wide conference on assistive technology (first held in 1988, remains active) Personnel & Program Evaluation , RI College NCATE Review Preparation Team Focus: Program Evaluation , RI Department of Education Evaluator for the I Plan System, the RI state wide teacher professional development assessment system , RI College Supervisor and evaluator for student teachers and cooperating teachers in numerous RI school districts State Board Leadership, TechACCESS of Rhode Island, Warwick, RI , Founder and Chairperson, Board of Directors National Board Leadership, International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) , Special Education Technology Special Interest Group (SETSIG), Member at large. Research Researcher January 2010 Present, Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST), Inc. Professional Research , University of Rhode Island. National survey of state departments of education on assistive technology teacher standards & competencies, assistive technology implementation, and evidence based practice. Descriptive, correlation, and regression analyses , Rhode Island College & RI ATAP Survey research on community and consumer satisfaction with RI assistive technology system. Descriptive & qualitative analyses. Research Consultant , RI Developmental Disabilities Council Interviews and state survey to determine the status of computer use by persons with disabilities in RI. Descriptive analyses. Publications Anderson, C., McPherson, C. & Dalton, E. (2011). Is Technology Instruction in Teacher Education Programs Too Narrow to Meet Current Needs?. In Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE) International Conference 2011 (pp ). Chesapeake, VA: AACE. Brand, S., Favazza, A., and Dalton, E. (2011, in publication). Universal design for learning: A blueprint for success for all learners. Kappa Delta Pi Record. Indianapolis, IN: Kappa Delta Pi. Dalton, E.M. & Roush, S.E. (2010). Assistive and educational technology standards and teacher competencies in relation to evidence based practices: Identification and classification of the literature. Journal of Special Education Technology, v 25, n 2. Dalton, E.M. (2010). Assistive Technology State Standards for Teachers, Assistive Technology Implementation, and Student Performance in the Context of Evidence based Practice. 3

4 Research paper. Conference proceedings. ISTE 2010, Denver, Colorado, June Dalton, E. & Lawrence, M. (2010). Universal Design for Learning in General and Special Education Teacher Preparation: A Rhode Island Model. Invited paper. Conference proceedings. Preparing Special Education Teachers for Mild and Moderate Disabilities, Kuwait University, Kuwait City, Kuwait, April Dalton, E.M. & Roush, S.E. (2009). Assistive technology standards for teachers, assistive technology implementation, and student performance in the context of evidence based practice. International Association of Special Education: Eleventh Biennial Conference Proceedings, Alicante, Spain, July Dalton, E.M. (2009). The relationship between assistive technology state standards for teachers, assistive technology implementation, and student performance in the context of evidence based practice. PhD Dissertation, Joint URI & RIC. Digital Commons Dalton, E.M. (2005). Teaching and Learning for All Students through Differentiated Instruction and Technology. The Leading Edge v l. RI ASCD Journal of Research and Professional Development: Coventry, RI. Dalton, E.M. (2004). Accessing Assistive Technology: Is Rhode Island Responsive? Research Brief, v 2 n l. Paul V. Sherlock Center: Providence, RI. Dalton, E.M. (2002). Assistive Technology in Education: A Review of Policies, Standards, and Curriculum Integration from 1977 through 2000 involving Assistive Technology and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. Issues in Teaching and Learning v l [On line]. Rhode Island College: Providence, RI. dalton php Dalton, E.M. (1990). Rhode Island's Use of Computer Technology for Persons with Disabilities. Master's Thesis. Rhode Island College: Providence, RI. Dalton, E.M. (1988). Rhode Island Guide to Technology Resources for Individuals with Disabilities. RI Developmental Disabilities Council: Cranston, RI. Collaborative Publications University of Rhode Island, Rhode Island College, Community College of Rhode Island. Emerging Scholars: Students with Disabilities. 1 st Ed. (2004). University of RI: Kingston, RI. Changing the Culture: Information and Experience for the Disability Resource Mentor. Resource manual. Rev Ed. (2004). Rhode Island College: Providence, RI. Rhode Island Assistive Technology Access Partnership. Rhode Island Parent Guidebook to Assistive Technology, 1 st Ed. (1997). English & Spanish Editions. RI Office of Rehabilitation Services: Providence, RI. RI Resource Guide to Technology for People with Disabilities. 1 st Ed. (1996), 2nd Ed. (1997), 3rd Ed. (2003). Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities: Providence, RI. Self Advocacy and Assistive Technology: Resource Manual for Trainers, (1996). RI Office of Rehabilitation Services: Providence, RI. Recent Presentations 4

5 Universal Design for Learning and Teacher Preparation: What teachers need to know and be able to do to implement UDL in their classrooms and implications for systems change. SETSIG Professional Development Webinar, ISTE [Online]. June 13, Universal Design for Learning (UDL): What is it, and how does it relate to adult literacy and learning? Rhode Island Adult Education Professional Development Center. RI State Adult Education Annual Conference, Memorial Union, Rhode Island College, Providence, RI. May Postdoctoral Fellows for Leadership in Universal Design for Learning. Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) International Annual Convention, Gaylord National Conference Center, National Harbor, MD. Collaborative presentation with Elizabeth Hartmann, PhD, Lasell College. April Harnessing the Power of Digital Text to Build a Universally Designed Learning Environment. Keynote Address. Rhode Island Branch of International Dyslexia Association (RIBIDA) Conference, Wheeler School, Providence, RI. April Is Technology Instruction in Teacher Education Programs Too Narrow to Meet Current Needs? Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International (SITE) Conference 2011, Nashville, TN. Collaborative presentation with Cindy Anderson, PhD, Roosevelt U., and Sarah McPherson, PhD, New York Institute of Technology. March The Relationship Between Assistive Technology State Standards for Teachers, Assistive Technology Implementation, and Student Performance in the Context of Evidence based Practice. Research Roundtable, ISTE 2010, Denver, Colorado, June Practical Tools for UDL Implementation. SETSIG UDL Playground, ISTE 2010, Denver, Colorado, June AIM and Digital Text in Policy & Practice. SETSIG Forum, ISTE 2010, Denver, Colorado. Collaborative presentation with B. Wojcik, U. of Illinois, June Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in a K 12 Partnership Model. Inclusion Series training. Rhode Island Developmental Disabilities Council, Providence, Rhode Island. Collaborative presentation with M. Lawrence, PhD, April Universal Design for Learning in a K 16 Partnership Model. Preparing Special Education Teachers in Mild/Moderate Disabilities Programs, Models, and Exemplary Field Experiences Conference, Kuwait City, Kuwait. Collaborative presentation with M. Lawrence, PhD, April The Relationship Between Assistive Technology State Standards, Assistive Technology Implementation, and Student Performance. Poster presentation, North East Educational Research Organization (NEERO) Annual Conference, Hampton, New Hampshire. Collaborative presentation with S. E. Roush, PhD, April, Universal Design Learning Opportunities for All Students. Council for Exceptional Children: Teacher Education Division, Annual Conference, Charlotte, North Carolina, November Evidence based Practice (EBP) and Assistive Technology (AT): Research on U.S. AT Standards and Student Performance. International Association of Special Education: Eleventh Biennial Conference, Alicante, Spain, July The Relationship between Assistive Technology State Standards, Assistive Technology Implementation, and Student Performance. Council for Exceptional Children: Annual Conference. Seattle, Washington, April

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