Kara Rusk

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 Educational Background:

  • B.S. Recreation – Therapuetic Recreation, Indiana University – Bloomington, IN
  • M.A.T. – Elementary and Learning/Behavior Disorders P-12 – Bellarmine University – Louisville, KY
  • M.S. – School Counseling P-12 – Indiana University Southeast – New Albany, IN
  • Ed.D. – Leadership Administration and Supervision – Doctoral Focus: Teaching Practices for Students with Moderate and Severe Disabilities – Spalding University – Louisville, KY

Research, Leadership & Service Interests:

  • Institutes of Higher Education:┬á Learning and Behavior Disorder Consortium; Moderate and Severe Disabilities Consortium
  • Member of Council on Exceptional Children
  • Instructional Practices for students with moderate to severe disabilities
  • Behavorial Strategies for students with moderate to severe disabilities

Georgetown College Courses:

  • Final Clinical Practice – Field Component II in LBD Special Education (ECE 576)
  • Introduction to Moderate and Severe Disabilities (ECE 600)
  • Curriculum and Instruction for Students with Moderate to Severe Disabilities (ECE 602)
  • Teaching Individuals with Physical or Multiple Disabilities (ECE 604)
  • Transition Services for Students with Disabilities (ECE 606)
  • Field Component in MSD (ECE 608)
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