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M.A., The University of Connecticut

Curriculum and Instruction Coordinator, Region 4 Training and Technical Assistance Center

Contact Information

Send email to Judith (Judy) Stockton

Phone: (703) 993-4496
Fax: (703) 993-4497

Judith (Judy) Stockton's website

George Mason University
Fairfax Campus
Krug Hall 211F
4400 University Dr.
MS 1F2
Fairfax, VA 22030

Profile

Judy is a Curriculum and Instruction Coordinator for the VDOE Region 4 Training and Technical Assistance Center (T/TAC) at GMU. She is a member of the Standards-based IEP and SOL Enhanced Scope and Sequence PLUS (ESS+) State-directed  Projects and also serves on Academic and Instructional Review Teams.  She is also a member of the Math Instruction networking group.  Judy received her B.S. in Educational Psychology with a cross-categorical endorsement in Special Education, K-12 from the University of Connecticut. In addition, she received her M.A. in Special Education from the University of Connecticut, with a focus on Learning Disabilities. Prior to working at T/TAC, Judy taught in public schools in Connecticut, as well as, in Prince William and Fairfax Counties. She has extensive teaching experience working with students with disabilities across a variety of instructional settings, including as a co-teacher in inclusive schools.  Judy has also worked with graduate student interns as a university supervisor.

Research Interests

  • Collaboration and co-teaching practices
  • Inclusive educational practices
  • Differentiating instruction
  • Mathematics instruction

Recent Publications

  • The Paraprofessional Press - Summertime R & R:  Roles & Responsibilities, TTAC Telegram, April/May 2012
  • Guidance  Document: Standards-based Individualized Education Program (IEP) (participated in development & review), Virginia Department of Education, February 2011
  • Developing and Implementing Standards-based IEPs:  A Partnership and an Opportunity, (with Nikki Miller), TTAC Telegram, April/May 2011
  • The Paraprofessional Press - Assistive Technology: A Brief Overview, TTAC Telegram, November/December 2010
  • Algebra-It's Elementary, TTAC Telegram, November/December 2009
  • Write this Way - Welcome to Math Class, TTAC Telegram, April/May 2009
  • Access for Everyone, TTAC Telegram, November/December 2007
  • Stepping Stones to Success II Collaboration: Working Together for All Students (reader and editor), Virginia Department of Education, September 2007
  • SOL Enhanced PLUS - Lesson Differentiation at your Fingertips! (with Clare Talbert), T/TAC Link Lines (The College of William & Mary), May-June 2007
  • SOL Enhanced PLUS - Lesson Differentiation at your Fingertips! (with Clare Talbert), TTAC Telegram (GMU), April/May 2007