Dr. Debbie Keiley

Dr. Debbie Keiley
Assistant Professor of Education, Special Education
McCain Hall, Room 210
 
Hometown:Albuquerque, New Mexico
Current Residency:Huntsville, Alabama
Degrees:Ph.D. in Special Education – University of New Mexico
MA in Elementary Education – University of New Mexico
BS in Special Education – University of Central Florida
Professional Certification:National Board Certification in Early Childhood Development through Adolescence –Renewed 2011
Teaching License:Alabama Teaching Licenses – Elementary Education (K/6)
Early Childhood Special Education (P/3)
Collaborative Special Education (K/6)
Collaborative Special Education (6/12)
Research Interests:Autism Spectrum Disorders (Pre-K to Adults)
Early Childhood Special Education
Applied Behavior Analysis
Self-Determination & Quality of Life issues
Literacy Assessment Portfolios
Focus Portfolios with Pre K students
Effective Co-Teaching Techniques
Obtaining National Board Certification
Assistive Technology used in classrooms
Areas of Expertise:Autism Spectrum Disorders, Severe Disabilities, Mild to Moderate Disabilities
Hobbies:Quilting, kayaking, traveling abroad, photography