Adrienne Nerad joined the Cardinal Stritch University faculty in 1992 as an Adjust Instructor. She has a MA in Special Education - Learning Disabilities in 1978 from Cardinal Stritch University. She is a licensed in all categorical areas of special education.She has over 20 years of experience as a special education teacher in southeastern Wisconsin, as an classroom teacher and diagnostic specialist/IEP team coordination. in the Milwaukee Public Schools and as an undergraduate and graduate university professor. She taught graduate level courses in special education and continues to supervise field students and student teachers. Adrienne's areas include collaboration in program development and online learning. .
- M.A., Cardinal Stritch University
Online Learning, Online Course Development, Completion of the development of the Masters in Regular Education/Special Education Degree Program (MIAD)
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"My mission is to prepare teachers to transform their organizations and their communities, by placing an emphasis on their developing the knowledge, skills and dispositions to work with/teach students with special needs while incorporating a pattern of sustained mentoring to the pre-service educators. Likewise, Stritch transforms students’ lives, so they can then create transformation in their own organizations through leadership,learning, service and research. Students come to Stritch because of its strong traditions of teacher preparation and mission to build strong communities. "
- Adrienne Nerad