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M.S. in Education: Special Education K-12: Faculty

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Contact the MSEd: Special Education program:

Email: floreso@wou.edu
Phone: 503-838-8675
Postal: College of Education
Western Oregon University
345 N. Monmouth Avenue
Monmouth, OR 97361

Faculty for MSEd: Special Education program:

MARIA PETERSON-AHMAD

Associate Professor, Education & Leadership
503-838-9286 | petersonahmadm@wou.edu | RWEC 131

MICKEY PARDEW

NTT Assistant Professor, Education & Leadership
503-838-8765 | pardewm@wou.edu | RWEC 118

MARIE LEJEUNE

Professor, Division Chair, Education & Leadership
503-838-8450 | lejeunem@wou.edu | RWEC 116

OLIVIA FLORES

Pre-Education Advisor & Graduate Programs Advisor, Education & Leadership
503-838-8675 | floreso@wou.edu | RWEC 164

This public directory does not include employees who have requested confidentiality. Please use the WOU internal directory to view all employees.

CONTACT US:

If you haven’t found the information you need or are still not sure where to direct your question, contact Olivia Flores at floreso@wou.edu or 503-838-8675

"Being a student in the M.S. in SpEd program at Western Oregon University gave me the opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills that equipped me to become an effective teacher. The professors in this program provide both challenge and motivation in the classroom setting through the support, knowledge, and enthusiasm that they exhibit in their teaching practices. Aside from establishing positive relationships with the professors, I also had the opportunity to build relationships with mentors in a nearby school district, while completing my field experience requirements. Receiving mentorship and guidance in the special education field before beginning my teaching career, helped me apply the knowledge that I had gained in my classes to support students in their academic and/or functional development. Overall, this program helped me grow so much as a person and a teacher, and I know it will do the same for you."

Nicolette Wise
M.S. In Ed. Special Education