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A. Anthony Antosh
|Sherlock Center (SC) |
Academic BackgroundB.A., Ohio University (1970)
M.Ed., Rhode Island College (1975)
Ed.D., University of Massachusetts (1985)
Courses TaughtSPED 435 Assessment & Instruction of Children with Severe/Profound Disabilities
SPED 436 Assessment & Instruction Alternatives for Adloescents and Young Adults with Severe/Profound Disabilities
SPED 517 Medical Aspects Developmental Disabilities
SPED 520 Orientation to the Education of Youth and Young Adults in Mon-school Settings with Severe/Profound Disabilities
SPED 526 Assessment, Curriculum, Methods for Children with Multiple Disabilities
SPED 580 Workshop
SPED 580C Workshop
- Director, Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities
- Students with Severe Disabilities
- Outreach and Professional Development
Recent Scholarly ActivityAntosh, Ruppell, Obremski (2005): Measuring Outcomes and Quality of Life of Adults who have Developmental Disabilities; Evaluation Final Report.
Antosh, Constable, Dell, Pascoe (2004): Effective Practices for Children with Disabilities That Significantly Affect Function; Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities.
Antosh (2002): Transition and Post School Outcomes: in Sherlock, Dickson, et al. Children with Disabilities Study; Rhode Island House of Representatives.
Ewing, Antosh, et al. (2002); Accommodations Used by Children with Disabilities - Rhode Island State Assessment Program; National Center on Education Outcomes.
Antosh et al. (2001); Direct Support Professionals Curriculum; University Affiliated Program of Rhode Island and Ocean State Association of Residential Resources.