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Nancy Sall

Professional Background

Educational Background

B.S. (Elementary and Special Education), Boston University
M.S. (Special Education), Syracuse University
Ed.D. (Curriculum & Teaching) Teachers College, Columbia University
Teaching Certification in Severe Special Education (0-21) and Elementary Education (K-5)

Scholarly Interests

Communication development and social relationships of children with significant disabilities; Inclusion of children with significant disabilities in general education classrooms; Family support and advocacy.

Selected Publications

Harris, J.; Hartshorne, N.; Jess, T; Mar, H.; Rowland, C.; Sall, N.; Schmoll, S.; Schweigert, P.; Unruh, L.; Vernon, N.; & Wolf, T. (2002).  HomeTalk: A family assessment of children who are Deafblind.  Portland, Oregon: Oregon Health & Science University.

Sall, N.  (December, 2000).  Friendship: A social, educational, and communication concern for children who are deafblind.  American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Special Interest Division: Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 9, 7-9.

Sall, N., & Mar, H.H.  (1999).  In the community of a classroom: The inclusive education of a student with deaf-blindness.  Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness, 93, 197-210.

Mar, H. & Sall, N. (1999). Dimensions of communication: Assessing the communication skills of individuals with disabilities. Paterson, NJ: St. Joseph's Children's Hospital.

Mar, H.H., & Sall, N.  (1999).  Profiles of the expressive communication skills of children and adolescents with severe cognitive disabilities.  Education and Training in Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, 34(1), 77-89.