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Lisa Silmser

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Instructional Strategies, Differentiation and Interventions, Special Education, Language Arts and Literacy, Online Instructional Practices

Started at Bethel

2002

Education

  • Bethel University - B.A., 1992
  • Bethel University - M.Ed., 1996
  • Bethel University - 2015, Ed. D.

Biography

Lisa is grateful to have been called to the ministry of teaching. She keeps current on K-12 practices by remaining in the classroom and readily shares practical expertise and stories from her experiences in a variety of settings, including teaching special education students in an online school. She teaches in the MAT, Special Education and M.A. in K-12 Education programs.

Courses Taught

*  EDUC621 Foundations of Education

*  EDUC730 Introduction to Differentiation and Responsive Teaching

*  EDUC755 Writing the Master's Thesis

*  EDUC594 Methods of Effective Instruction

*  EDUC630 General Teaching Methods

*  EDUC614 Educational Research

*  SPED618 Foundations of Instructional Strategies for Teaching Students with Mild to Moderate Disabilities

*  SPED631 Responsive Instruction, Intervention and Assessment

*  SPED625 Special Education Planning and Programming

Past Courses:

*  EDUC685 Methods of Teaching Communication Arts and Literature

*  EDUC604 Introduction to Theories and Practices of Teaching and Learning

*  EDUC668 EBD Practicum and EDUC669 LD Practicum

*  EDUC490 Student Teaching Block

*  EDUC497 Student Teaching Seminar for Secondary Language Arts

Certificates and Licenses

Teaching License in: Secondary Language Arts 7-12, Emotional/Behavioral Disorders K-12, Specific Learning Disabilities K-12, Communication Arts and Literature 5-12

Teaching specialty

Instructional Strategies, Differentiation and Interventions, Special Education, Language Arts and Literacy, Online Instructional Practices