Assistant Professor, Co-Director – Center for Educator Preparation
Dr. Ann Sebald is an assistant professor and the co-director of the School of Education’s Center for Educator Preparation.
Dr. Sebald has nearly twenty-five years’ experience in education. Her teaching background includes working as an educator for deaf students in a co-taught general education 3rd and 4th grade classroom.
After leaving the classroom, she earned her doctorate while working with the National Center on Low-Incidence Disabilities at the University of Northern Colorado. Before coming to CSU, Dr. Sebald ran a Special Education Generalist bachelor’s degree program at the Center for Urban Education in Denver.
Her research areas of interest include the development of self-advocacy and self-determination among students with exceptionalities; as well as researching the Cognitive Apprenticeship Model through the continuum of teacher preparation: reviewing the effectiveness of apprenticeship and mentoring for the preparation of teacher candidates through co-teaching, and school district induction and mentoring programs that support educators new to the field.
Cognitive Apprenticeship Model through the continuum of teacher prepartion
Reveiwing effectiveness of apprenticeship and mentoring for the preparation of teacher candidates
School district induction and mentoring programs that support educators new to the field.