Scholarly Interests: Literacy instruction; strategies for effective inclusion of students with disabilities
Courses Taught: RAL 220: Literacy Strategies & Assessment in Special Education; RAL 320: Literacy Learning Across the Curriculum; RAL 321: Literacy Learning Across the Curriculum; SPE 203: Psychological Development of Children & Adolescents; SPE 322: Inclusive Practices; SPE 329: Multicultural Social Studies; RDLG 537: Language Arts/Literacy; SPED 605: Language & Reading Strategies for Students with Disabilities
Achievements: Received a Key Award from the Trenton Public Education Foundation for implementing an after:school tutoring program at Stokes Elementary School with TCNJ special education majors serving as tutors; providing staff development in literacy at Children’s Day School in Ewing.
Scholarship: Anthony, H. & Rao, S. Preparing preservice teachers to use school-wide and individualized positive behavior supports through the incorporation of a reflective process. 2007 Annual Conference of The Council for Exceptional Children, Louisville, Kentucky.; Anthony, H & Petroff, J. Preparing preservice teachers to design differentiated units for middle school social studies. 2007 Annual Conference of The Council for Exceptional Children, Louisville, Kentucky; TCNJ’s Teacher Education Program.Strengthening your instructional program through differentiated instruction with Jerry Petroff New Jersey School for the Deaf Katzenbach campus November 4-5, 2008
Career Development monies to cover registration for ASCD pre-conference institute Leading and managing a differentiated classroom with Carol Ann Tomlinson. March 23-25, 2011, San Francisco, CA
Degrees: Ph.D. Educational Psychology, Michigan State University; M.A., Curriculum and Instruction, University of Massachusetts, B.A. International Relations, University of Delaware