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Stacie Dojonovic Schutzman

School of Education - Special Education
Lecturer/Academic Program Associate
Primary office:
Regents Center, Edwards Campus
University of Kansas
12600 Quivira Road
Overland Park, Kansas 66123


Stacie L. Dojonovic Schutzman is the coordinator for the online Transition program.

Stacie has over 20 years’ experience as an educator and transition specialist in both urban and suburban school districts. Her passion through the years has been to continue to engage diverse audiences in order to implement research to practice to improve the post school outcomes of all youth. She has developed, implemented and disseminated a U.S. Department of Education Grant, which expanded and evolved into a four-year model transition program. Additionally Stacie has served as President, Marketing Chair, Transition Assessment/Vocational Evaluation Representative and Newsletter Editor for the Council for Exceptional Children’s Division on Career Development and Transition.

Education

Ed.D., Special Education - Transition Focus/ Special Education Supervisor Certificate program, University of Pittsburgh

M.S., Rehabilitation Counseling/Vocational Evaluation, West Virginia University

B.A., Psychology/Philosophy, Washington & Jefferson College

Selected Publications

Dojonovic Schutzman, S. (n.d.). IDEA Partnership National Community of Practice on Mental Heath Dialogue Guide to the SAMHSA Fact Sheet, "Child and Adolescent Mental Health".

Dojonovic Schutzman, S. (2009). IDEA Partnership Secondary Transition National Secondary Transition Collection.

Dojonovic Schutzman, S. (2009). IDEA Partnership Secondary Transition National Secondary Transition Glossary of Terms.

Selected Presentations

Dojonovic Schutzman, S. . (04/30/2017). How are Transition Coordinators Implementing the Age Appropriate Transition Assessment Mandate? 2017 Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Special Education Convention and Expo. Boston, MA

Dojonovic Schutzman, S. . (03/31/2017). A Study of Transition Coordinators' Implementation of the Age Appropriate Transition Assessment Mandate. Pennsylvania Department of Education Annual Conference 2017 - Making A Difference: Educational Practices that Work!. Harrisburg, PA

Dojonovic Schutzman, S. . (10/31/2016). A Study of Transition Coordinators: Implementation of the Age Appropriate Transition Assessment Mandate. Presentation, 20th International Division of Career Development and Transition Conference. Myrtle Beach, SC

Dojonovic Schutzman, S. . (10/31/2016). The P-16 Pipeline – Preparing for School Transition From Pre-K Through College: A School District Example. 20th International Division of Career Development and Transition Conference "Riding the Wave of Transition". Myrtle Beach, SC

Dojonovic Schutzman, S. . (10/31/2016). Want to Know More About DCDT's New National Certification in Transition. 20th International Division of Career Development and Transition Conference "Riding the Wave of Transition". Myrtle Beach, SC

Selected Awards & Honors

Phi Delta Kappa
2008 - Present

Phi Lambda Theta
2007 - Present

Outstanding Service Award for Presidential Service
Division of Career Development and Transition
2014

Outstanding Service Award for Newsletter Editor
Division of Career Development and Transition
2012

Outstanding Service Award for Transition Assessment/ Vocational Evaluation Representative
Division of Career Development and Transition
2011


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