Tim Zgliczynski has over 14 years of experience working in elementary inclusion classrooms. He currently holds New York State certifications in elementary education (K-6) and special education (K-12) and has earned both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in special education from Buffalo State College. Mr. Zgliczynski is currently a full-time fourth grade teacher in the Lancaster Central School District and serves on the Response to Intervention (RTI) building committee, math curriculum committee, technology committee, and mentors as a data coach. For the past six years he has also worked as an adjunct faculty member for the Exceptional Education department at Buffalo State College teaching both graduate and undergraduate courses in supporting students with disabilities in inclusive settings. Mr. Zgliczynski is also adjunct faculty at Medaille College where he instructs graduate students on the proper use of assistive technology.
In addition to his doctoral studies, Tim Zgliczynski has worked for the BOCES Teacher Training Center and instructed local teachers on research-based practices. His professional interests focus on technology-based classroom interventions to support all learners in inclusion settings and developing research-based practices to support students with disabilities in the Common Core curriculum.