Kristina Scott

Kristina Scott is an associate professor and program director for the special education and autism programs at Salem State University. She currently teaches courses to prepare early childhood, elementary, secondary, and special education teachers to enter today’s diverse classroom environments. She has developed or redesigned over 20 teacher preparation courses at the university to reduce the theory-to-practice gap and worked in collaboration with partnership districts. Her also contributes to the special education field through her advocacy work around neurodiversity and serving as an educational surrogate in her home state.


Differentiation for Today's Gifted Learners
Kristina Scott. © 2023. 24 pages.
Most gifted students today receive their education in the general education environment through differentiation (NAGC, 2020). With the push for standards-based education, many...
“Appropriate” vs. “Available” Placement and Services: Meeting the Needs of Individuals With Emotional Disturbance
Kristina Scott. © 2023. 13 pages.
Aaron, a seventeen-year-old junior, has recently moved in with a family friend after his biological mother no longer wanted him to live with her. The staff at Aaron's new...