Kathryn L. Lubniewski

Dr. Lubniewski earned a doctorate from West Virginia University in special education. Her B.S. in multi-disciplinary studies and M.A. in elementary education were also from West Virginia University. She acquired additional certification in multi-categorical special education and early childhood education. She has taught inclusion for reading and mathematics in grades K, 1, and 2, and has taught in a self-contained setting for grades 9-12. Dr. Lubniewski worked as an Assistant/Associate Professor at Elmhurst College for 6 years. She specializes in collaboration, differentiated instruction, and teacher training. Dr. Lubniewski is a member of the Council for Exceptional Children. She served as an executive board member of Esperanza Community Services Center and also as an executive board of the Teacher Education Division for the Council for Exceptional Children. Her current scholarship focuses on differentiating instruction, The Collaborative Student Teacher Training Model and the impacts of technology on student engagement.


Differentiating Instruction in the Forensics Classroom
Tracy L. Mulvaney, Kathryn L. Lubniewski. © 2020. 16 pages.
This chapter will discuss differentiated instruction within the STEAM classroom. An example of a differentiated instruction case that was used in a Forensics Science class will...
Identifying, Describing, and Developing Teachers Who Are Gifted and Talented
Meta L. Van Sickle, Julie D. Swanson, Judith A. Bazler, Kathryn L. Lubniewski. © 2019. 302 pages.
Much of the research about teachers focuses on “those who can’t/don’t/aren’t good” in the classroom. However, teachers who are gifted and talented exist, but there has been...
Road Map for GATE in Creating Innovative Differentiated Approaches to Skill Development
Kathryn L. Lubniewski, Mary Brennan. © 2019. 10 pages.
This chapter discusses differentiated instruction for the gifted and talented educator. The first section focuses on the foundations of differentiated instruction (DI) including...