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Glennda McKeithan

Lecturer/Academic Program Associate
Primary office:
785-864-6987


Glennda McKeithan is a lecturer and program assistant with specific expertise in teacher education for students with autism. Dr. McKeithan has 20+ years of experience working with students with high functioning autism in both general and special education settings. She is familiar with the characteristics of children with autism and has experience with assessments, social-behavioral interventions, and curriculum development strategies. Dr. McKeithan has taught college/university courses in three institutions of higher learning. She has extensive background in teacher support via education consultant, teacher mentor, coordinating teacher and college supervisor. Dr. McKeithan earned a B.A. in English as well as a M.Ed. in Special Education and Ph.D., in Curriculum & Instruction from North Carolina State University. Her research interests include meeting the needs of students with high functioning Autism in general education settings, the practical application of evidence based interventions and developing effective online instruction.


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