Margaret M. Flores, Ph.D.  is an assistant professor in the Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation, Counseling at Auburn University. Her research interests include teacher preparation and effective instruction in the areas of mathematics and reading for students with learning and behavior disabilities.

 

DaShaunda Patterson, Ph.D. is an assistant professor in the Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation, Counseling at Auburn University. Her current research includes evaluating parents’ perceptions of their child’s disability and levels of satisfaction with service providers; school-wide positive behavior supports; and writing strategies for students with behavior disorders.

 

Margaret E. Shippen, Ph.D. is an associate professor in the Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation, Counseling at Auburn University. Her research interests include effective literacy instruction for underrepresented groups such as individuals with disabilities and individuals who are incarcerated.

 

Vanessa Hinton, M.Ed. is a doctoral candidate in the rehabilitation and special education at Auburn University. She is a special education teacher who works with elementary children with disabilities. Her research interests include mathematics instruction for young children with disabilities.

 

Toni M. Franklin, M.Ed. is a doctoral candidate in rehabilitation and special education at Auburn University. She is a special education teacher who works with elementary children with disabilities. Her research interests include teacher preparation and collaboration between general and special education teachers.