Fisher collaborates with Armstrong faculty for conference tour of Hesse K-8 School

The Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children held their annual conference in Savannah on November 7-10. Karin Fisher, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Teaching and Learning, collaborated with Armstrong State University faculty members Barbara Serianni, Ph.D., Kelly Brooksher, Ed.D., and Nedra Cossa, Ph.D., to take conference participants and special education professors from all over the country, on a site visit to Savannah’s Hesse K-8 School. Leah Colby, assistant principal at Hesse K-8 School, conducted a 90-minute tour of the school including visits to inclusion and self-contained classes. Cossa added information on how Armstrong students are placed at the school.

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