Elaine A. Lambert, M. Ed.
Instructor of Special Education
Mrs. Lambert received her B.S. degree in Special Education from the
Mrs. Lambert taught in the Harrison County school system for two years before moving to Memphis, Tennessee, where she taught for two years in a special school for students with severe multiple disabilities with an age range from preschool to twenty-one. She taught special education on the junior and senior high school level in the
Scholarly interest: Learning disabilities in K-12 and post-secondary education, pre-referral interventions, accommodations and modifications in inclusive settings, behavior management, and co-teaching strategies in inclusive settings.
Ask her about: Hand bells, choir, and outdoor activities (camping, hiking, fishing, travel, gardening).
CSP 340 - Survey of Exceptional Children
CSP 384 - Study of Learning Disabilities,
CSP 387 - Secondary Level Methods and Practicum in Special Education,
CSP 346 - Classroom Behavior Management
CSP 345 - Curriculum-Based Assessment in Special Education,
CSP 388 - Education of the Elementary Level Mild/Moderate Disabled Student,
CSP 547 - Internship in Special Education,
CSP 643- Programming for Adolescents with Mild/Moderate Exceptional Learning Needs
CSP 341 - Instructional Planning in Special Education
CSP 344 - Assessment of Students with Special Needs
CSP 348 - Collaborative Partnerships in Special Education
CSP 386 - Special Education Practices and Procedures
CSP 496 - Directed Teaching in Special Education.
Professional memberships: Council for Exceptional Children
American Council of Rural Special Education (ACRES)
Favorite websites: Intervention Central