- English Language Arts
- Effective learning strategies for students with disabilities
- Learning and the Brain: Fitting the Nurture of Teaching to the Nature of Human Learning
- Encouraging Constructive Behavior
Barbara Govendo is an Associate Professor of Special Education. She visits inclusive and special education settings weekly, supervising M.Ed. students.
Dr. Govendo has more than many years of experience teaching, supervising, designing programs and teaching educators in both general and special education.
She has served as a consultant for parents, public school systems and private schools on issues regarding classroom and program placement, reading programs and effective instruction, learning and teaching strategies and adaptations for academic subjects.
Certified to teach students with moderate disabilities, Dr. Govendo has extensive knowledge of testing and accommodations for students with Learning Disabilities, Non-verbal Learning Disabilities, Dyslexia and ADHD.
She is a skilled observer and interviewer and has a clear understanding of classroom environments, inclusive and differentiated instruction practices, and the collaborative educational process.