Consultants

Tina Anderson, PhD

Dr. Tina Anderson has worked in the field of special education for over 20 years as a teacher, behavior specialist, educational therapist, and educational consultant. She is currently a part-time assistant professor for the Department of Special Education at the University of Georgia in addition to being a private educational consultant.

Dr. Anderson's educational background includes a bachelor's degree in mental retardation from the University of Georgia, a master's degree in learning disabilities and behavior disorders from Augusta State University, and a doctorate degree in early childhood special education and special education technology from the University of Georgia.

Dr. Anderson’s areas of interest and expertise include assessment, IEP development, specialized instruction, behavior analysis, and transition planning for students with disabilities. As a consultant, she helps educators address challenging problems in special education with practical solutions and proven methods.

Email: Tina@AndersonWardEducation.com



 
 
Holly Ward, PhD

Dr. Holly Ward is an experienced teacher at the elementary, middle, and high school level. She is currently a part-time professor at the University of Georgia in addition to being a private educational consultant. She has extensive expertise in curriculum development and planning, differentiated instruction, multicultural education, inclusive practices and instructional coaching.

Dr. Ward's educational background includes a bachelor's degree in social studies (grades 7-12), a master's degree in language education (grades K-8), and a doctorate degree in elementary education from the University of Georgia. She is a certified trainer for Instructional Coaching from the University of Kansas.

Her strengths build upon her ability to communicate and work with teachers and administrators to implement strategies in which all students can be successful.

Email: Holly@AndersonWardEducation.com

Currently, as a group and team effort we have been working on progress monitoring. Thus far, Tina has provided my group with the much needed tools and hands on experience that was greatly needed. We are excited in contin

The 2009 Lillie N. Moncus Special Education Administrator of the Year Award was awarded to Debra Brantley by the Georgia Council of Administrators of Special Education (G-CASE).  Debra is the Special Education Di

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