Amy Hanreddy is an assistant professor in the Department of Special Education. She teaches classes related to inclusive and collaborative practices that benefit all students, as well as classes specifically designed for candidates in the moderate to severe Special Education Credential program. Dr. Hanreddy is particularly interested in strategies that allow students with significant disabilities access to meaningful instruction in academic (core) content in the context of typical (general education) settings. Dr. Hanreddy has taught as a special education teacher in a traditional school district and at CHIME Charter School, a fully inclusive nationally recognized school, where she has also served as the Director of Curriculum and Instruction and as the Interim Executive Director. Dr. Hanreddy is particularly interested in augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) and literacy for students who do not use verbal speech, as well as strategies to support communication and relationships between peers with and without disabilities. Dr. Hanreddy received her master's degree and education specialist teaching credential at CSUN, and her Ph.D. in Education from Chapman University, with an emphasis in Disability Studies.
- Ph.D. 2013, Chapman University
- M.A. 2002, California State University Northridge
- B.A. 1999, California State University Northridge
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