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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

2012-13 Officers:

Co-Presidents: Chelsea Skurow & Katie Engeman
Secretary:Dana Josephson
Treasurer: Murphy Newton
Fundraising Chairs Morgan Kennedy & Victoria Locklear

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

Cassie Robacker

Cassie Robacker, SPED Alumna, Doing Great Things

On: 24 Apr 2015 14:52, In: Alumni News
The Department of Special Education, Foundations, and Research would like to acknowledge Cassie Robacker, who recently graduated with a Masters Degree in Special Education from ECU in Spring of 2014. Cassie, under the supervision of Drs. Christopher Rivera and Sandra Warren, submitted and was accepted for a publication in Intervention in School and Clinic “A […]

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From The TRC: Searching For Lexile Scores

On: 23 Apr 2015 17:09, In: COE in the News
It’s April, and a new edition of From the TRC is published to highlight another service or resource Joyner Library’s Teaching Resources Center has to support the College of Education’s faculty and students. In our final post of the school year we’ll cover the Lexile framework and how the TRC has made it easier to search our collection using Lexile text […]

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Faculty, Students Participated in CEC Annual Conference

On: 15 Apr 2015 19:17, In: COE in the News
Special Education faculty and students participated in the national conference for the Council of Exceptional Children (CEC) in San Diego April 8-11. It is the largest special education conference in the nation.  Drs. Alana Zambone, Christopher Rivera, Stacy Weiss, and Professor Debbie Metcalf attended and presented at the conference. Seven special education undergraduate students from […]

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Dr. Grant Hayes

Dr. Grant Hayes Named New Dean of the College of Education

On: 13 Apr 2015 21:15, In: Academic Success Center
Dr. Grant Hayes has been named dean and distinguished professor of the College of Education at East Carolina University. Hayes is professor of counselor education and interim dean of the College of Education and Human Performance at the University of Central Florida, where he has held numerous leadership positions since 1998. He will join ECU, […]

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COE Alumni – Teach. Lead. Inspire.

Pirate Alumni Recognized as Pitt County Beginning Teachers of the Year

On: 06 Apr 2015 22:02, In: Alumni News
James Ford, the NC Teacher of the Year, spoke to about 200 Pitt County Schools beginning teachers (teachers in their first three years) at the Beginning Teacher Rally on March 17th. For the first time, each school in the county recognized a Beginning Teacher of the Year. We would like to recognize the Pirates and […]

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