Special Education Resources Site Content Providers
Dr. Patrick Grant
provided content for the Early Childhood Elementary Education/Elementary
Education section on this website.
Dr. Joe Nolan provided content for the Technology, Inclusion, and Collaboration/Families sections on this website.
Dr. Chad C. Osborne provided content for the Assessment, Multiculturalism/ELL, and Secondary/Transitions sections on this website.
Dr. Janna Siegel Robertson provided content for the High Incidence Disabilities and Low Incidence Disabilities sections on this website.
Patrick A. Grant , D.Ed., is a professor in the Department of Special Education at Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania. He has served as a professor at Medgar Evers College in New York City, and as a visiting professor at the University of North Florida. Dr. Grant is the author/co-author of several publications including books, articles and essays. He has presented nationally and internationally on varying topics regarding the education of all children.
Dr. Joe Nolan is an assistant professor of special education at Indiana University of Pennsylvania where he teaches courses in Special Education technology and Inclusion for Regular Educators. He has taught Adapted Physical Education and Special Education in schools in San Antonio and the Dallas area. When not teaching in Pennsylvania, he divides his time between the Texas coast and the maritime provinces of Canada.
Chad C. Osborne, President of the Teacher Development Network (www.teachercourses.com) and Professor Emeritus from Worcester State College has taught for over 50 courses in 37 years, including 30 on-line courses. He resides in Santa Barbara, CA and keeps active through his business partnership in the Teacher Dev. Network.
Janna Siegel Robertson, Ph.D. is an associate professor of special education at The University of Memphis. She has worked in the field of special education for over 20 years. One of her research interests is the integration of educational technology into instruction. Dr. Robertson has included the use of the Internet with all of her classes and hopes these links are helpful to you as well. (http://www.people.memphis.edu/~jsiegel/)