Rebecca A. Louick

Assistant Professor
PhD, Curriculum & Instruction- Special Education, Boston CollegeMEd, Special Education- Learning Disabilities, CUNY- Hunter CollegeAB, Sociology, English, Amherst College
Rebecca A. Louick, Ph.D., a native New Yorker, is an Assistant Professor of Special Education in the Department of Education Specialties at the School of Education, St. John's University. For eight years, she was a middle- and high-school teacher at schools for students with learning disabilities. Dr. Louick has a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from Boston College, an M.S.Ed. in Special Education/Learning Disabilities from City University of New York-Hunter College, and an A.B. in English and Sociology from Amherst College. She has taught courses on reading methods for students with special needs, assessment of students with special needs, and special education more generally. Her research focuses on the learning needs of adolescents with learning disabilities, particularly in terms of communication and academic motivation.

Courses Taught

EDU
9700
RE CO PT ST IN G S IN ED SE CH
EDU
9704
RES COL PTNR STRAT IN ED:ADOL
EDU
9711
ED ACCOM NEEDS IND W EXC K-12
EDU
9712
EDU ASSESS INDIV W EXCEPT
EDU
9716
CUR INS&TCH LIT DES IND EXC CH
EDU
9742
FOR & INFOR ED ASSESS IND W EX
EDU
9744
CUR INS DES TEH LIT IND EX AD
EDU
9744T
CUR INS DE TCH LIT UN W EX AD