Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership
School of Education and Professional Licensure
Masters of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
Dr. Charlotte Fontenot received a BS in Education, Curriculum and Instruction; Elementary Self Contained and Elementary Math, Texas Southern University; MEd in Generic Special Education from Texas Southern University; MEd in Education Administration at Prairie View A & M University; and her EdD in Educational Leadership, from Sam Houston State University. Dr. Fontenot has worked in the higher education system for over 13 years and 15 years in Pre-K – 12 education system . Dr. Fontenot’s’ teaching focus stems around broadening the knowledge base of educators possessing zeal in servicing students with unique needs under the special education umbrella. During her service in the public school system, she taught as a Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities and Fifth grade educator, as well as serving as a district-wide Behavior Support Specialist. Dr. Fontenot's research interests are in the areas of Autism and inclusion. Current research endeavors includes integrating technology into instruction, with primary interest on the utilization of the iPad and importance of effective collaboration between home and school.
EDUC 6693 - Current Issues in Assessment and Intervention
EDUC 6605 - Teacher as Lifelong Learners and Professional Educator
EDUC 6606 - Today’s Classroom
EDUC 6607 - Effective Practices: Assessment, Teaching and Learning
EDUC 6696 - Instructional Strategies for Students with Emotional/Behavioral Disorders
EDUC 6695 - Planning Positive Behavior Support Strategies
EDUC 6683 - Individualizing Education for Students with Disabilities
EdD, Sam Houston State University
MEd, Prairie View A & M University
BS, Texas Southern University
Texas Division of Early Childhood, Board Member - Houston, TX United States
Student Chapter for CEC - Houston, TX United States
Fontenot, C. L., Spoede, J., Houser, M. (2017). iPad, Technology Integration, Instructional Development, Delivery of Instruction, and Collaboration, P-12.. International Journal of Education-Online, .
Spoede, J., Fontenot, C., Simpson, C. (2016). The Role of the Special Educator in the Inclusive Classroom. Advances in Special Education.
Fontenot, C. L., Peltier-Glaze, B., Grant, V., Thomas, D. (2018). Role of educators: Impact on Student Learning Developmen. The National Journal of Urban Education & Practice.
Fontenot, C. L., Hines, M., Reed, D., Nero, R. (2018). White teachers’ perception of giftedness among African American students.. The Journal of the Texas Alliance of Black School Educators.
Fontenot, C. L., Kyzar, K., Beavers, E., Ward, H. (2017). Instructional Recommended Practices for Teaching Young CHildren with Special Needs. Texas Work Force.
Fontenot, C. L., Spoede, D. J., Simpson, D. C. (2017). “The Role of the Special Educator in the Inclusive Classroom”. Texas CEC.
Fontenot, C. L. (2018). Strengths and Weaknesses: We All Have Them!.
Fontenot, C. L., Woodbury, C. (2018). Universal Design for Learning and Meeting the Needs of English Language Learners. . New Tribes Mission.