Caroline Le

 

 


 

Dr. Caroline Le is an Assistant Professor of English at Beacon College, the premiere accredited four-year college exclusively for students with learning disabilities, ADHD, and other learning differences. She received her Ed.D. in higher education with a specialization in content area literacy from Nova Southeastern University. She is the former coordinator of the Writing Center, beginning at Beacon College as the Writing Center consultant in 2010. Her teaching and research areas include developmental reading and writing, first-year composition, and topics in education. Conference presentations include Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education, International Adult AD/HD Conference, College English Association, National Council of Teachers of English, International Writing Centers Association, College Reading and Learning Association, National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing, Midwest Writing Center Association, Mid-Atlantic Writing Center Association, and East Central Writing Centers Association.




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Mar 23rd 2015

At Beacon College, the premiere accredited four-year college exclusively for students with learning disabilities, ADHD, and other learning differences, research-based, student-centered writing pedagogy is embedded into the curriculum. However, many writing instructors at other educational institutions have not had significant training in teaching students with learning disabilities. This short program of study will explore strategies to help students with learning disabilities become more comfortable with the writing process in the classroom environment.

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