Linda P. Domanski, an associate professor at Westminster College in New Wilmington, Pennsylvania has nearly 30 years of experience in the field of education. In the fall of 1996, she came to Westminster College after completing her doctoral studies in Education at the University of Pittsburgh. She earned her M.Ed. from Slippery Rock University in 1990. Domanski graduated from Slippery Rock State College in 1982 with dual certification in Elementary Education and Special Education. Prior to 1996, she was an educator in local K-12 schools, serving students who had special needs. She teaches several of the foundational courses for graduate study, which include EP 810 Measurement and Evaluation and CS 710 Computers in Education. Domanski also wrote the Early Childhood/Special Education Certification Program for Westminster as recent Department Chair and teaches related methods courses and practicum experiences for the dual major. She has also served as a trainer and consultant for local area school districts as they implemented new technologies and IWBs into their classrooms. Her research interests include studying technology implementation in K-12 public schools and empowering preservice teachers to work with students who have special needs.
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