Sharon L. Raimondi

Director of the Joint Ph.D. Program in Special Education
Visiting Professor
Professor, Department of Exceptional Education, Buffalo State College

Learning and Instruction

 589 Baldy Hall
 716-645-5042
  716-645-3161
 raimondi@buffalo.edu
  http://gse.buffalo.edu/org/sped/


Special Education and Technology
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Sharon L. Raimondi, Ph.D., who joined the faculty at Buffalo State College in
1992, received her doctorate from American University. She presently directs
the Joint Doctoral Program in Special Education operated by both UB and
Buffalo State College. In addition to teaching courses in the doctoral
program at UB, she directs a U.S. Department of Education grant designed to
increase the number of leaders in the field of special education. Dr.
Raimondi works with the Buffalo Public Schools on several initiatives all
designed to improve the outcomes of students with disabilities or those at
risk of failure. She is also interested in helping teachers develop
universally designed instruction (UDL) and implement effective instruction.



Kindzierski, C., O'Dell, R., Marable, M., & Raimondi, S. (2012). You tell us: How well are we preparing teachers for a career in classrooms serving children with emotional disabilities? Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties.

Rafferty, L. A., & Raimondi, S. (2009). Self-monitoring of attention versus self-monitoring of performance: Examining the differential effects among students with emotional disturbance engaged in independent math practice, Journal of Behavioral Education, 18(4), 279-299.

Rafferty, L. M. & Raimondi, S. L. (2009). Understanding and preventing runaway behavior: Indicators and strategies for teachers. Beyond Behavior, 18(3), 19-25.

Cercone, D., Miller, K., & Raimondi, S. (2008). Building capacity for instructional improvement: Key factors, Exceptional Individuals, 32/33(4/1), 18-21.

Raimondi, S. L., & Marable, M. (2007). The Role of the Mentor and the Administrator In Teacher Induction. Professional inductions of teachers in Europe and elsewhere. Ljubljana, Slovenia: University of Ljubljana.

Raimondi, S. L. & Marable, M. A. (2007). Teachers’ perceptions of what was most (and least) helpful during the first year. Mentoring and Tutoring: Partnership in Learning. 15(1), 25-37.

Raimondi, S. L. (2006). Toxins in our environment. Exceptional Individuals, 29(6), 21-23.

Grants

2012 - SUNY Innovative Instruction Technology Grant, 4C-CITI: Four College Consortium of Innovative Technology Integration with SUNY Cortland, SUNY Fredonia, and Onondaga Community College.

2010 - U. S. DOE, Preparing Special Education Doctoral Leadership Personnel for the Digital Age ($1,200,000).

2003 - U. S. DOE, Preparing Special Education Doctoral Leadership Personnel to Work in Urban Areas ($800,000).

Presentations

Raimondi, S. L., Boyd, E., & Kaczorowski, T. (2012, November). Conversations on preparing special education doctoral leadership. Paper presented at the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children's Annual Conference, Milwaukee, WI.

Raimondi, S. L. (2012, July). Preparing special education doctoral leadership. Poster presented at the U.S. Office of Special Education Programs Project Directors' Conference, Washington, DC

Raimondi, S. L. & Budin, S. (2012, April). Preparing Special Education Doctoral Leadership Paper presented at the Council for Exceptional Children's Annual Conference, Denver, CO.

Raimondi, S. L. (2011, July). Preparing special education doctoral leadership. Poster presented at the U.S. Office of Special Education Programs Project Directors' Conference, Washington, DC

Raimondi, S. L. (2010, October). Preparing Special Education Doctoral Leadership Personnel for the Digital Age. Paper presented at New York State Council for Exceptional Children's Annual Conference, Saratoga Springs, NY.

Raimondi, S. L. & Perrault, A. (2010, October). Multimodal Booktalking Projects. Paper presented at New York State Council for Exceptional Children's Annual Conference, Saratoga Springs, NY.

Raimondi, S. L. & Ormsby, L. (2010, October). Increasing On-task Behavior Through the Use of Fly Fusion Pentop Computers During Independent Seatwork in Mathematics Instruction. Paper presented at New York State Council for Exceptional Children's Annual Conference, Saratoga Springs, NY.

Raimondi, S. L. & Ormsby, L. (2010, October). The Use of Fly Fusion Pentop Computers in Mathematics for Students with Emotional Disabilities. Paper presented at the NYS Association of Teacher Educators, NY Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, and Task Force on Quality Inclusion. Saratoga Springs, NY.

Raimondi, S. L. & Perrault, A. (2010, October). Multimodial book talking project. Paper presented at Buffalo State College’s PDS Retreat, Buffalo, NY.

Raimondi, S. L. (2010, July). Preparing special education doctoral leadership. Poster presented at the U.S. Office of Special Education Programs Project Directors' Conference, Washington, DC

Raimondi, S. L. (2010, June). Disseminating professional information via workshops, seminars, online courses, and publications. Paper presented at the Council for Exceptional Children's Leadership Conference, Arlington, VA.