Andrew J. Wojcik, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Counseling and Special Education
- Ph.D. in special education disability and policy, Virginia Commonwealth University
- M.Ed. in special education, James Madison University
- B.S. in secondary education, Pennsylvania State University
Inclusion of individuals with disabilities in the academic and nonacademic secondary environments (extracurricular activities, mathematics, science, social science and language arts), high-tech and low-tech communication supports, eliminating obstacles to post-secondary employment, errorless learning methods
- King, A. & Wojcik, A. (2019, June) Obstacles to implementing assistive technology. Professional Development presented at the Hot Topics Academy in Stanton, VA.
- Fladd, S. Walter, B., Wojcik, A., (2018, October). Special education academy. Professional Development presented for Albemarle County Public Schools in Charlottesville, VA.
- Wojcik, A. (2018, August). Evidence based practice: Formative assessment teaching process. Professional Development presented for Albemarle County Public Schools in Charlottesville, VA.
- Wojcik, A. (2018, August). Evidence based practice: Professional Development presented for Albemarle County Public Schools in Charlottesville, VA.
- Wojcik, A. Teaching algebra to secondary students with intellectual disability. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Council for Exceptional Children in Tampa, FL (2018, January).
- Agran, M., Achola, E., Nixon, C. A., Wojcik, A., Cain, I., Thoma, C., ... & Tamura, R. B. (2017). Participation of Students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in Extracurricular Activities: Does Inclusion End at 3: 00? Education and Training in Autism and Developmental Disabilities, 52(1), 3.
- Thoma, C.A., Fisher, K.W., Hall, S., Scott, L.A., Cain, I., Wojcik, A., & Sterrett, B. (2017). High quality programs for students with intellectual disability in middle or junior high schools. In K. Shogren & M.L. Wehmeyer (Eds.) Handbook of Research-based Practices for Educating Students with Intellectual Disability. New York: Routledge.
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