Michelle Cook, Ph.D.

Michelle Cook, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Special Education, Elementary and Early Childhood Education
135 Kochel
Mailing Address:
PENN STATE BEHREND
170 KOCHEL CENTER
ERIE, PA 16563

Michelle Cook is an Assistant Teaching Professor of Special Education. She received her Ph.D. in Special Education from Penn State University.

Her research is primarily focused on evidence-based learning interventions for English Language Learners who either have disabilities or may be at risk of academic difficulty in the areas of reading and writing.

Prior to pursing graduate studies, she taught in the K-12 education system for 14 years. She has extensive experience instructing students with special needs and general education students in a second language context.

My research is primarily focused on evidence-based learning interventions for English Language Learners who either have disabilities or may be at risk of academic difficulty in the areas of reading and writing.

Exploratory study of a self-regulation mathematical writing strategy: Proof-of-concept, Learning Disabilities – A Contemporary Journal - 2019
Collaborators: Elizabeth Hughes, Co-Author; Joo-Young Lee, Co-Author; Paul Riccomini, Co-Author

Ph D Candidate, Special Education, Penn State University

PhD, Special Education , The Pennsylvania State University

MED, Special Education, Penn State University

Applied Behavior Analysis (Graduate Certificate), Applied Behavior Analysis , Penn State University

BA, French Language Arts, York University

BEd (Bachelor of Education), Intermediate-Senior Education , York University