- Best Practices in Asynchronous Online Instruction
- How are Universities Serving Students with Special Needs in Online Instructional Environments?
- Using WebQuests to Promote Reading Comprehension for Students with Learning Disabilities
- Delivery of Accommodations for Students with in Online Learning Environments: k-12 v. University Level
- Students with Special Needs in Virtual Schools
- Students with special needs and current technology in use to teach reading
- Increasing Teacher Empathy for Students with Schizophrenia
- Autism, Speech Generating Devices, and IPods
- Overview of Computer Interventions for Comprehension Instruction of Generally Performing Students
- Using Digital Stories to Increase Self-Reflection in an Introductory Special Education Course
Maria Earman Stetter is an Assistant Professor of Special Education in the Department of Specialized Studies at Roosevelt University. She spent 12 years teaching in the Chicago Public School System as an LBS1 certified special educator in the middle school and high school settings prior to entering the field of higher education. Besides issues of plagiarism, her research interests include reading disabilities, the use of technology in working with students with and without disabilities, and international education.