Christine Villani

Cheryl_Dickinson

christine villani

Title  Professor
Email  villanic1@southernct.ed
Phone (203) 392-5343
Office  Davis 116 B
   Graduate Coordinator
 

Classes Taught

EDU 524   Law for the Classroom Teacher- 
EDI 592  Research
EDU 591 Field Project
EDU 612  Teaching and Learning Process
EDU 534  Curriculum Methods and Designs for Elementary School
EDU 611   Curriculum Theories
EDU 619  Seminar- Issues Affecting Classroom Teachers
   
   
   
   

Recent Publications

Education Law Association, Nov. 2012, Hilton Head, SC. In collaboration with Dr. Cynthia Mooney and P. Tyson Bennett, Attorney at Law “Nearly 25 Years Since Honig v. Doe: The State of Discipline, Behavior, and Bullying in Special Education.

Education Law Association, Nov. 2011, Chicago, Ill. In collaboration with Dr. Cynthia Mooney
“Response to Intervention: Overview, IDEA Requirements and Efficacy of Implementation.”

Education Law Association, Oct. 2009, Lexington, KY. In collaboration with Dr. Cynthia Mooney”Response to Intervention (RTI): Understanding IDEA Requirements and Applications in Schools.

Education Law Association Annual Convention, Nov. 2008, San Antonio,TX. In collaboration with Dr. Cynthia Mooney, “Has NCLB Closed the Achievement Gap? Fiction versus Reality

Service to the Department and University

Department

Graduate Department Coordinator

School/University

Graduate Council- 2012- present, SubCommittee- Procedures
UAB- 2012- present
Round table discussant for “Who is the 21st Century Student?”, November 9th, 2010
Mentoring Project- Mentor to Dr. Marion Evans Public Health- 2010-2011 Academic Year
Faculty Development Advisory Committee- Fall 2009- present
Mentoring Project- served as mentor to Dr. Kathleen Butler, English Dept.- Fall 2007
University Terminations Hearing Committee- 06-11
Curriculum Related Grants Committee- 2004-2009
SCSU Foundation Board of Directors- Fall’03-Sp’04

Membership and Service to Professional Organizations

Education Law Association
Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development