welcome to Millersville University students!
I’d like to extend a warm welcome to our newest readers from Millersville University, those students taking either Applied Foundations in Contemporary Special Education (undergraduate SPED237) or Psychology of Students with Disabilities (graduate SPED601). Some of you have already commented on posts and I look forward to reading more comments as the semester progresses. Welcome!
For our readers, these courses are taught by Dr. Thomas Neuville who, as many of you know from a previous post ,was the executive producer of the DVD set of videos A history of human services, universal lessons and future implications: A two-day lecture by Wolf Wolfensberger & Susan Thomas (Minnesota Governor’s Council on Developmental Disabilities, Keystone Institute and Millersville University). See information about purchasing the DVD set at the website here. The December 2011 SRV Journal has a review of this DVD set. Dr. Neuville along with C. Hannah Smith also contributed an article to the December 2008 SRV Journal, describing some of the ways that he has incorporated SRV-related material (such as on social devaluation, wounding, model coherency, etc.) into his university courses for student-teachers.
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