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Lindee Morgan, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Emory University
Lindee Morgan, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, is an assistant professor of pediatrics at Emory University and is co-director of the Education Sciences Research Core at Marcus Autism Center. Her research focus is classroom-based intervention for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Her paper on the Classroom SCERTS Intervention was selected by Autism Speaks as one of the top ten autism publications of 2018. She serves as a cabinet member of Get Georgia Reading and on the executive board of the Atlanta Autism Consortium. Her articles have been published in a number of journals including Pediatrics, Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.
Supporting Students with Disabilities in the Classroom: The Case for Social-Emotional Learning
This presentation will provide an overview of early social-emotional development and how this development diverges in children with autism. Social-emotional learning will be described as an ideal context for addressing the needs of students with developmental vulnerabilities in the classroom and for supporting classroom active engagement. Research using the Classroom SCERTS Intervention Model will be described along with a description of SEE-KS, a community viable model of professional development aiming to support educators in meeting the learning needs of all students. Classroom supports at varying levels of language development will be shared along with classroom video vignettes.
|January 25, 2020 | #SCOC20 | Statesboro, GA|
Last updated: 9/11/2019