Faculty & Staff
Stephanie J. Gardner, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Education
Office Location: Seibert - 105
Office Hours: 1:45 p.m. – 3:15 p.m., MW
MED, Bloomsburg University
BS, Pennsylvania State University
Gardner teaches courses in special education and cognition and learning. She is also a doctoral candidate at Penn State University pursuing a Ph.D. in special education with a focus on students with moderate to severe disabilities.
Gardner received her B.S. in special education also from Penn State. Following graduation, she taught in upstate New York for a year as an elementary learning support teacher and then for four years in Bloomsburg, Pa., as a middle school life skills teacher. While teaching, she obtained her M. Ed. in Elementary Education from Bloomsburg University.
Gardner's current research interests include video modeling and prompting interventions for students with autism and intellectual disabilities and socio-sexuality education for students with autism.
- EDUC-240 Cognition & Classroom Learning
- EDUC-260 Introduction to Special Education
- EDUC-270 Instruction of Exceptional Children
- EDUC-601 Independent Study