Senior Instructor, Special Education
Kathy JungjohannKathleen Jungjohann has over twenty years experience training and supervising pre-service and in-service teachers. She currently teaches coursework in reading, math, content area strategies, collaboration, and field-based practices. In addition to her university work, Ms. Jungjohann provides consultation, technical assistance, and instructional supervision in schools and districts both locally and nationally and is a frequent presenter at workshops and conferences focusing on reading, math, and writing and inclusive strategies for special education and at-risk learners. She is co-author of Teaching Struggling and At-Risk Readers and a kindergarten mathematics program.
Prior to coming to the University of Oregon, Ms. Jungjohann taught for twelve years with students who were deaf-blind, students with severe, moderate, and mild developmental disabilities, and students with autism, learning disabilities, and behavior disorders at both elementary and middle school levels. She holds an Oregon standard elementary teaching license with endorsements in special education and hearing impaired.
M.A. University of Oregon, 1980
B.A. University of California Santa Barbara, 1972