Sarah Wong

Assistant Professor of Education and Psychology

As an undergraduate, Sarah felt drawn to the fields of both clinical psychology and early childhood education. It is during her graduate school years at Teachers College, Columbia University that she found the perfect way to combine these interests: Early Childhood Special Education. Over the past twelve years, she has taught in various settings and held leadership roles as a mentor and supervisor. Sarah has witnessed the power of early intervention in helping young children with special needs reach their full potential. She is thrilled to continue her work by sharing, in the college classroom, her love for both fields and the work experiences that have enriched her life.

Education

  • M.A., Early Childhood Special Education, Columbia University Teachers College
  • B.A., Early Childhood Education and Child Psychology, Smith College

Accomplishments

  • PDE Instructional II Teaching Certification in Early Childhood Education

Areas of Expertise/Interest

  • Early Childhood Special Education
  • Early Intervention
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder and other special needs in young children
  • Universal Design for Learning
  • Inclusive practices, Collaboration
  • IEP Facilitation
  • Special Education Advocacy
Contact Information
  • (267) 502-6085
Office
Pendleton Hall 8

Courses Taught