Montgomery County Public Schools, Maryland
Beth Poss is currently an administrator for Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) in Maryland, supervising and supporting educators who work with students with disabilities. As a former member of the MCPS curriculum writing team, she helped design and implement a curriculum aligned with the Common Core State Standards and the principles of Universal Design for Learning. As a certified Speech Language Pathologist, she served as a member of the MCPS assistive technology team for 10 years. She is an adjunct faculty member at Johns Hopkins University and presents nationally on best practices in Professional Development, Early Childhood Special Education, Learning and other Educational Disabilities, Assistive Technology, Instructional Technology and Universal Design for Learning. Areas of special interest include Inclusive Learning Environments, Using iPads in Early Childhood, Use of Google Apps for Education, Implementing the Common Core State Standards, and Resources to Support Universal Design for Learning in the 21st Century.
Archived Technology Use in Early Childhood Special Education: Teaching The Swipe Generation - Virtual TechKnowledgy 2016-2017
Face-to-Face Accessible Mathematics for Early Learners - Virtual TechKnowledgy 2018-2019
Face-to-Face An Eye on Visuals: Supporting Behavior, Learning, and Communication for Pre-K Students - Virtual TechKnowledgy 2018-2019