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Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC)

Student Council for Exceptional ChildrenBy joining the SCEC, not only do members surround themselves with others who have a passion for serving their community and individuals with exceptionalities, but there are also opportunities available for professional and personal growth.

As a member of the SCEC, an individual opens the door to state and national conferences with the Council for Exceptional Children. 

The SCEC also provides an opportunities for professional and personal development by gaining experience through working with individuals with exceptionalities through community events.

Dues: $5 per semester or $7 per year

2015-16 Officers:

Co-Presidents: Chelsea Skurow & Jeremiah McCoy
Treasurer: Paige Anderson
Volunteer: Caroline Cummins
Fundraising Chairs: Mackinsay Howe & Taylor Carangi
Social: Ayla Allen & Allison Keen

Advisors:

ECU SCEC Scrapbook

The SCEC helped serve and dance with guests during the Special Populations Halloween Dance.

 Halloweeen Dance 2007

Halloweeen Dance 2007

Halloweeen Dance 2007

Halloweeen Dance 2007

Every month, the SCEC comes together for a social. We talk about upcoming events, as well as things away from campus. The SCEC’s September social, was held at Chili’s Restaurant and was held during St. Jude’s Week. All of the proceeds were donated to St. Jude’s Hospital.

Chapter Social 2007

The SCEC members attended this year's NCLDA conference at Meredith College. Special education faculty joined the members on this outing. There was also a wonderful opportunity to meet Dr. Levine, who was the guest speaker.

SCEC 2007 NCLDA Conference

During this year's REAP Fall Festival, the SCEC created and hosted games for the children attending to play and enjoy. REAP is a developmental daycare center at ECU. The daycare serves children with exceptionalities, as well as typically developing children.

REAP Fall Festival 2007

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Andrea Blackwood Presents at Conference On Exceptional Children

On: 22 Dec 2015 13:44, In: COE in the News
Andrea Blackwood, Technical Assistance Coordinator for the ECU Teacher Support Program for Learners with Deaf-Blindness and Julie Brickhouse, Special Educator at Eastern Elementary School in Greenville, NC presented at the 2015: 65th Conference on Exceptional Children held in Greensboro, NC November 18th to November 20th. The training addressed instruction designed to facilitate communication and math […]

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SCEC Holds Holiday Gathering

On: 11 Dec 2015 22:17, In: General
The Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC) pre-professional club recently celebrated their Fall Holiday Gathering at Dr. Melissa Hudson’s home. The officers and members took time to reflect on the accomplishments of the club for the Fall semester, make plans for the upcoming Spring semester, and spend time bonding over good food and fun activities […]

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Sara Graves, Special Education Alumna, Highlighted on WITN for Project SEARCH

On: 08 Dec 2015 20:49, In: Alumni News
ECU Special Education alumna and graduate student, Sara Graves, was recently highlighted on WITN for her work with a new national program at Vidant Medical Center, Project SEARCH. The focus of Project SEARCH is transition and job skills training for individuals with developmental disabilities. The students participating in the program also work in three internship […]

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Drs. Williams and King Give Virtual Presentations at iCERi 2015

On: 08 Dec 2015 20:23, In: COE in the News
Dr. Jennifer B. Williams (Associate Professor, Special Education) and Dr. Laura H. King (Associate Professor, Special Education) recently completed two virtual presentations at the International Conference of Education, Research, and Innovation (ICERI) held in Seville, Spain on November 16-18, 2015. The first presentation, Using Multiple Means of Assessment on Pre-service Teacher Learning to Drive Data […]

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From the TRC: Reluctant Readers

On: 19 Nov 2015 19:12, In: COE in the News
It’s the third Thursday of the month and a new edition of From the TRC is published to highlight another service or resource Joyner Library’s Teaching Resources Center (TRC) has to support the College of Education’s faculty and students. Today we’ll cover one of our newest bibliographies, Reluctant Readers. The TRC has created, and constantly updates, an extensive list […]

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