Kathryn Welby’01

Academic Title

Director, K-12 Teacher Preparation Program & Associate Professor of Practice, Education & Community Studies

  • Educational Leadership and Decision Making
  • New Teacher Development and Retention
  • Opioid Epidemic and the Impact on Special Education
  • Remote Learning for K-12 Students with IEPs

  • Educational Leadership and Decision Making
  • New Teacher Development and Retention
  • Opioid Epidemic and the Impact on Special Education
  • Remote Learning for K-12 Students with IEPs

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  • Special Education and Disability Studies
  • Teacher Education and Preparation
  • Educational Leadership

Welby, K (In Press). Understanding the Opioid Epidemic Through the Lens of Educators: Schools in Crisis. Routledge.
*Expected Release March 2024

Welby, K (2021). Remote Learning Strategies for Students with IEPs: An Educators Guideb

Awards

2021 New England Educational Research Organization. (NEERO) Schmitt Award – Excellence in Research
Distressed Educators Amidst a Nation in Crisis – The Impact of the Opioid Epidemic in Crisis Regions of t

  • (ED 5710G) Challenges of Learning and Development
  • (EDU 2410) The Exceptional Learner
  • (EDU 4020) Assessments in Special Education
  • (EDU 4320) Teaching Social Studies in Elementary Education
  • (EDU 4340) Children’s Literature

Dr. Kathryn Welby is an Associate Professor of Practice and Director of K-12 Teacher Preparation Programs. Her research and publications are grounded in her 15+ years of experience as an educator working in urban schools. Dr. Welby has been recogniz