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Jeanna Cripe

Office:
Shores 008

Currently, a Ph.D. student in the College of Information and a Program Specialist for Behavior for the Leon County School District in Tallahassee, FL. Prior to beginning the doctoral program at FSU and supporting middle and high school students in behavioral supports and services, teaching in special education classrooms & inclusive educational settings, especially with adolescents that have been identified with Autism Spectrum Disorders & Emotional/Behavioral Disorders, created the push into the doctoral program in Information. Meeting the needs of secondary students in the area of information literacy and technology as they transition to into post-secondary or other educational settings, especially for those with ASD, is an area of concern and high need.

Education

Bachelor's of Science (2008)     College of Education: Special Education-Learning Disabilities & Behavior Disorders     Florida State University; Tallahassee, FL Master's of Science (2008)     College of Education: Special Education-Learning Disabilities & Behavior Disorders     Florida State University; Tallahassee, FL Doctoral Program (Current)     College of Communication & Information: Information Studies     Florida State University; Tallahassee, FL

Research Interests

Information Literacy, Information Seeking Behaviors, Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Supports and Educational Services for Middle & High School Students with ASD, Information Technology for Education, Post-Secondary Transitional Supports & Services for High School Students with ASD, Professional Development for Educators, Educator Coaching & Support Services, Special Education, Secondary Education, Behavioral Supports & Services

Publications & Research

Presentations (Professional Development/Training):
  • Professional Development: ASD in Adolescence
  • Training: Technology & Formative Assessments
  • Training: Differentiation and Technology
  • Co-Presentation: PBIS “Where We’re At”
  • Training: Utilizing iPads for Special Education Instruction
  • Professional Development: Our 1:1 Classroom, What Can We Do?
Poster Presentations:
  • Poster: Supporting Social Communication for Adolescents with ASD Through IPE-IPP                      ASHA 2016
  • Poster: Self-Determination and Social Competence for Tweens with ASD                                                     ASHA 2015