Kristina Scott


Professional Details

Title Assistant Professor
Department Childhood Education and Care
Office Sullivan Building 300A
Phone 978.542.2800
Email kristina.scott@salemstate.edu
Photo of Kristina Scott

Recent and Upcoming Courses

EDC 399 Special Topics in Educational Studies
EDC 415 Effective Udl Classroom Practices
EDC 451 Fieldwork Seminar I: Critical Issues and Effective Practices in the Elementary Grades
EDC 452 Fieldwork Seminar Ii: Critical Issues and Effective Practices in the Elementary Grades
EDG 999 Education Capstone: Action Research II
EDS 390 Introduction to Special Education
EDS 412 Special Education Law
EDS 491 Methods and Materials in Special Education
EDS 739 Reading and Disabilities
EDS 812 Special Education History and Law
EDS 829 Accessing and Designing School Services for Students With Exceptional Learning Needs
EDS 840 Autism Spectrum Disorders: An Overview
EDS 845 Autism Spectrum Disorders: Interventions in the Classroom and Home
EDS 855 Autism Spectrum Disorders: Family Advocacy
EDS 891 Methods and Materials in Special Education
EDS 959P Practicum/internship Moderate Special Needs
EDS 987 Special Education Law
EDU 500 Directed Studies in Education I
EDU 829 Accessing and Designing School Services for Students With Exceptional Learning Needs
EDU 963R Action Research in Education
PSY 600H Honors in Psychology

Professional Biography

Kristina Scott graduated from the University of Massachusetts-Lowell. Prior to coming to Salem State, Kristina was a partial inclusion autism specialist. She currently is the president of NHLDA, a training specialist for the DESE, and the faculty advisor to the sign language club on campus. Her research looks at cohesively targeting social development and academic programming in students with autism. She is also interested in the neuroscience and brain plasticity changes that can occur through such interventions. In spring 2015, she is teaching Principles and Foundations of Special Education, Introduction to Special Education, and will be out in the field supervising student teachers.