Dr. Kaybeth Calabria

Director for the Advancement of Excellence in Teachingkcalabria@franciscan.edu(740) 284-5330

Education

  • B.A. in Philosophy – Bethany College (Graduated Summa cum Laude)
  • M.A. in Education – Ohio State University
  • Ph.D. in Education – University of Pittsburgh
  • Vocational Certification (Non-degree graduate program) – Kent State University

Professional Experience

  • College Professor – West Liberty State College (West Liberty, West Virginia)
  • Adjunct Professorships – University of Pittsburgh, Jefferson County Community College
  • Vocational Special Education Instructor/ Job Training Coordinator – Jefferson County Joint Vocational School
  • School Psychologist – Jefferson County School District, PSI Associates, Inc., Toronto City Schools, Madison County Schools, London, Ohio
  • Additional Experience Includes: Professional Services in the Field of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, Teaching Experiences with Children, Adult Education

Professional Memberships

  • Association for Young Childhood Education International
  • Council for Exceptional Children
  • National Association for the Education of Young Children
  • The Association for the Severely Handicapped

Awards and Honors

  • 1997: Certificate of Recognition by the Ohio Association of Supervisors and Work-Study Coordinators
  • 1998: The Eastern Ohio Regional Education Service Center: Excellence in Education Award
  • 1998: The Ohio Department of Education: The Franklin B. Walter Outstanding Educator Award

Certifications

  • State of Ohio, Department of Education – School Psychologist, Provisional (lapsed)
  • State of Ohio, Department of Education – Education of the Handicapped (K-12), Specific Learning Disabled (K-12), and Transition to Work

Select Publications & Accomplishments

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders

    Autism Spectrum Disorders, Leadership Academy, Franciscan University. (Nov, 2008)

  • Developing and Strengthening Positive Peer Relationships: The Antidote to Bullying

    Developing and Strengthening Positive Peer Relationships: The Antidote to Bullying. Marshall County Educators

  • “Methods of Data Collection”

    Methods of Data Collection, Summer Teacher Academy, Hancock County Schools

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