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Roberta Strosnider

Roberta StrosniderRoberta Strosnider, Ed.D. earned her bachelor’s degree from Fairmont State University, her master’s degree in special education from West Virginia University, and her doctorate in Special Education Administration and Supervision from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA. She holds emeritus status from both Hood College, Fredrick, MD and Towson University, Towson, MD, where she prepared teachers and developed partnerships with local school systems through the establishment of Professional Development Schools (PDS).

She received the Nasim Dil Award for her service to Small Special Education Programs Caucus at the Teacher Education Division Conference and is active in teacher accreditation review with CEC. She co-wrote the Stages of Professional Development: A Resource for All Teachers Responsible for the Achievement of Students with Disabilities for the Maryland State Department of Education.

Roberta served as the Children and Youth Advocacy Network Cocoordinator (CAN) for the Maryland Council for Exceptional Children where she lobbied with national legislators on behalf of children with disabilities. She serves as a Council for Learning Disabilities (CLD) representative on the National Joint Committee on Learning Disabilities (NJCLD) and served on the Learning Disabilities Roundtable,convened to write draft regulations for IDEA 2004. She also represented CLD on the Coordinated Campaign on Learning Disabilities to raise awareness about learning disabilities. She was awarded the Floyd G. Hudson Award for her contributions to the field of learning disabilities from CLD and the Star Award for her contributions to individuals with developmental disabilities from the Arc of Frederick County, Maryland.

Together with Valerie Sharpe, Roberta co-founded and taught at Project Boost, a program that provided executive function training to students K-12 during the summer with follow up available during the academic year. They present on this topic at local, state and national conferences as well as school systems throughout the country. The pair has also taught graduate level education courses in teaching executive function skills at Frostburg State University, Frostburg, MD.


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