The SJSU Lurie College of Education Learning Showcase highlights our undergraduate, graduate, credential, and doctoral students’ while they’re on their journeys to becoming transformative educators, counselors, therapists, school and community leaders under our college’s four priority areas: community-engaged, culturally sustaining, holistic, and interdisciplinary. Check out some of the presentations from our Department of Communicative Disorders and Sciences and Department of Special Education students.
Communication, COVID, & Complications
Building upon their presentation from the Fall 2020 Lurie College Learning Showcase, SJSU Communicative Disorders and Sciences students Aminah and Alejandra share their insights on the intersections of the speech medical field, dysphagia, and COVID-19.
Action Research / Intervention for Students with Disabilities
- 0:00 – Welcome to our session
- 0:32 – Surisa Abraham – “Promoting Engagement in Shared Book Reading for Children with Autism Spectrum”
- 17:10 – Annalisa Dileonardo – “Sensory Processing Disorder: Creative Play Strategies”
- 32:35 – Joanna Gaeta – “Discipline Disparities of Male Minorities and Special Education: Effects of Perceptions, School-Imposed Labels, and Behavior-Based Referrals”
- 47:10 – Chloe Orton Cartnal – “Emotional Recognition of Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder”
- 54:08 – Maria Sanchez – “Paraeducators Knowledge of and Training Needs for Effective AAC Implementation”
- 2:20 – Emily Im – “Technology-Based Social Story Interventions for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Systematic Review”
- 12:38 – Breanna Brooks – “The Effect of Social Stories on Students with Extensive Support Needs: A Systematic Review”
- 23:54 – Thania Garcia – “Reading Comprehension Intervention for Emergent Bilinguals with Learning Disabilities: A Systematic Review”
- 34:02 – Rennea Phillips – “Using Technology Based Instruction to Increase Academic Engagement for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder”
- 46:10 – Jessica Ultreras Ruiz – “A Systematic Review: Perceptions of Typical Peers in Play Based Interventions with Students with Autism”