Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership
School of Higher Education, Leadership, and Policy
Dr. Courduff has been in education for 31 years, serving as a k-8 teacher, technology administrator, and university faculty.
Dr. Courduff completed her Ph.D. at Walden in 2011 and has an active research agenda that started during her doctoral journey. Her research interests focus on technology integration in special education teaching and learning.
PhD, Walden University
MA, Azusa Pacific University
BA, Azusa Pacific University
Awards / Honors
Award for Excellence in Teacher Education, International Society for Technology in Education, 2015
Emerging Scholar Award, Azusa Pacific University, 2013
TeachTM Award, Best Buy , 2009
Discovery Educator of the Month, Discovery Education, 2005
Courduff, J. L., Rockinson-Szapkiw, A. (2015). Using a community of practice to support technology integration in speech-language pathologist instruction. Journal of Special Education Technology.
Courduff, J. L. (2007). A different kind of digital divide: technology training for the special education teacher.
Courduff, J. L., Mercado, P. (2015). Grounded in what works: How teachers come to use and successfully integrate technology in special education instruction.
Jennifer, C. L. (2015). Grounded in what works: Successful integration of technology in special education instruction.