Nancy HuntSpecial Education and Counseling
Office: King Hall C1031
I have taught at CSULA for 28 years. I grew up in Buffalo, New York, and lived and worked in New York City before moving to California. I am married and have three daughters.
My major teaching area is early childhood special education, with an emphasis on infants at risk for the development of disabilities. My favorite class, though, is our introductory class in special education, ED SP 400. I was a teacher of deaf children for 11 years and still teach about deafness through our Low Incidence Early Childhood Special Education (LIECSE) program.
My current interest is early literacy in children with disabilities, particularly the usefulness of interactive models of storybook reading.
PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
|Nancy Hunt and Kathleen Marshall, Exceptional Children and Youth (4th ed.). Boston: Houghton Mifflin.||2005|
Ph.D. Educational Psychology 1982
- University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA
M.A. Education of the Hearing Impaired 1971
- Teachers College, Columbia University
New Your, New York
B.A. English 1970
- Canisius College