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CURRICULUM VITAE

Colette M. Edwards, M.A. CCC-SLP

Assistant Professor, Clinical Educator

University of North Carolina Greensboro

Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

300 Ferguson Building

P.O. Box 26170

Greensboro, NC 27402-6170


ACADEMIC BACKGROUND
MA University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Speech-Language Pathology, 1974-1976

BA University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Speech-Language Pathology, 1968-1972


WORK EXPERIENCE
6/08-present Full-time Clinical Supervisor, University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG)
8/99-6/06 Lead Speech-Language Pathologist, Rockingham County Schools

Evening Clinical Supervisor, UNCG Speech and Hearing Center, ‘99-‘03


8/90-5/08 Speech-Language Pathologist, Rockingham County Schools

8/85-6/89 Kindergarten Teacher at New Garden Friends School

Summer Arts and Crafts Director at Camp Carefree, ’85-‘89

7/78-7/85 Speech-Language Pathologist-private practice, preschool population


9/76-6/78 Speech-Language Pathologist, Reidsville City Schools
9/74-6/76 Research Assistant, University of Tennessee, Speech and Language Pediatric Lab
9/72- 6/74 Teacher, High Point Kindergarten for the Handicapped

(Summers 8/89-6/98 Co-coordinated with Perry Flynn Summer Speech-Language Programs sponsored by Rockingham Community College and UNCG)


COURSES TAUGHT

Graduate

CSD 571 Beginning Clinical Practicum in Speech-Language (2008-Present) Co-taught

CSD 678 Advanced Clinical Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology (2008-Present) Co-taught

CSD 219.01 Foreign Accent Modification (2008-Present)


Undergraduate

CSD 476 Structured Clinical Observation Course (2006-2013)


PROFESSIONAL EXPERTISE
Reading, Spelling and Writing Disorders in school-aged and adolescent students
Service Delivery Models in Public School Speech-Language Pathology Programs
Pediatric and School-aged Clinical Practice in Speech-Language Pathology including disorders in autism, intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities, articulation/phonology, language, and fluency
Public School Speech-Language Pathology Administrator- Lead SLP for Rockingham County Schools
Clinical Supervisor in Speech-Language Pathology (Graduate clinicians, CFY Fellows, SLP-Assistants)
Foreign Accent Modification
Transgender Population: Spoken Language and Non-Verbal Communication
Telepractice- speech-language services with Yancey County public school
Integrated Listening Systems: auditory-language program for auditory processing
PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS

Certifications

American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association- Certificate of Clinical Competency (CCC)-granted 1978

State of NC Board of Examiners of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology-licensure granted 1978

Memberships

American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association (ASHA), 1976-present

North Carolina Speech, Hearing, and Language Association (NCSHLA), 1995-present

North Carolina Association of Supervisors in Speech Pathology and Audiology, 2001-present

North Carolina Augmentative Communication Association, 2009
SERVICE

Department

2009-2013:  Graduate Admissions Committee

Spring 2013 Department Chair Search Committee

2008-2013:  NCSSHLA fundraisers

2011-2012:  Provided speech-language services to Rockingham and Yancey County School

Systems


2011-2012:  UNCG Teaching Evaluation Committee for School of Health and Human Performance

Foreign Accent Modification Brochure for Speech and Hearing Clinic in collaboration with Louise Raleigh

2008-2009:  UNCG Board of Visitors Corporate Relations Committee Presentation

2008-2014:  NSSHLA: Supported the fundraising projects of the student association by purchasing dinner

tickets, donating to the yard sale and participating in Yogathons for Autism

2007-2008:  Schmooza Palooza Networking

Regional and State

2013-2015 Member of NCSHLA Planning committee (leader and reporter of NCSHLA bilingual caucus sessions,

Assisted in planning the Leadership Symposium for 2013 and 2015)

2011-2012:  Co-chaired Education and Public Information -NCSHLA

2009-2010:  Planning committee and presenter for Transgender Communication and Wellness Conference-UNCG

1995-present: Member, Communiqué Editor (3 years), co-chair of Education and Public Information committee (3

years) and member of Planning committee (3 years)-North Carolina Speech, Hearing and Language

Association

1978-present: Member of American Speech-Language Hearing Association

2001-present:  NCASSPA Member and on Executive Board (2007-2009 Member-at-Large; 2004-2006 President; 2002-

2004 Treasurer; 2001-2002 Membership Coordinator)

2006:  Teacher Inservice, High Point, North Carolina.  This was a teacher inservice describing the roles and

responsibilities of speech-language pathologists in the school setting.

Member: Committee/Task Force

2005:  Department of Public Instruction State Lead Study Team, Task force 

Local

2014: UNCG Language-Literacy Reader’s Theater-first and second graders

2013: UNCG Language-Literacy Reader’s Theater-first and second graders

2009-13:  Contract Services to Rockingham County Preschool Program

2012Speech-Language Screenings, Williamsburg Elementary, Rockingham County Schools

2009-2012:  UNCG Language-Literacy Preschool Camp

2011:  Telepractice Delivery of Speech-Language Services to Yancey County, fall 2011 and spring 2012.

2009:  Building Bridges II: Empowering Parents Institute-UNCG Speech and Hearing Center display

2008:  First Lutheran Speech-Language Screening

2008:  Schmooza Palooza

2008:  Speech and Hearing Screening and contract services, Phoenix Academy
Attended ASHA, NCSHLA, NCASSPA, SEUCE Association Meetings at local, state, and national levels
Fundraising

North Carolina Student Speech, Hearing, Language Association, 2008-Present

Language Literacy Summer Camps, 2008-Present

Capstone Projects

Edwards, C., Anderson, G., McDonald L., Millis, A. (2013-2014). Parent Education Seminars Presented at the UNCG Speech and Hearing Center’s Language-Literacy Summer Camp. March 2014 North Carolina Speech, Hearing, and Language Association, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Edwards, C, Kiddo, M. (2013-2014). Teacher Self Competency, Needs, and Knowledge in Teaching ESL Students in the

Area of Reading and Writing. May CSD Poster Display.
Edwards, C., McDonald, L., Shelton, S. (2013-2014). Training Peers to Assist with Reading Intervention. March 2014 North Carolina Speech, Hearing, and Language Association Raleigh, North Carolina.
Edwards, C. M., Garcia, C. (2013). Training Paraprofessionals in Telepractice Service Delivery: Poster Session.North Carolina Speech, Hearing, and Language Association, Raleigh, North Carolina.
Edwards,C., Tucker D.,and Taylor, A. (2011). The Successes and Challenges of Delivering Speech Language Services via a camp model to a Hispanic Bilingual Child with BAHA Bilateral Cochlear Implants.
Edwards, C., McDonald,L., Selfe, A., & Price, Z. (2011). Improving Emergent Literacy Skills in Children with Speech and Language Disorders Through the Use of Parent Seminars.   2012 Annual NC Speech and Hearing Convention, Concord, North Carolina.
Edwards, C., Mankoff, L., Tucker, D. (2008) Cochlear Implant Support Group for Adults. Poster Session. AAA-NC, Charlotte, NC.

Current Capstone Projects (2014-15):

Parent Education Seminars for a Language-Literacy Summer Camp- Lisa McDonald, Amelia Hopkins & Noelle Hanson

Important Facts about Reading Disorders,-Louise Raleigh, Tracie Bauguess & Kathleen Forker

Educational Resource Manual for Low SES Mothers-Lydia Coley & Emily Carothers

Inter-rater Reliability of Accented English Speech-Leigh Borum & Porshia McLain


AWARDS

NCSHLA Supervisor of the Year Award-2012

Teacher of the Year Award, Monroeton Elementary, Rockingham County Schools, 2007

Teacher of the Year Award, Wentworth Elementary, Rockingham County Schools, 2000

Teacher of the Year Award, Association of Retarded Council (ARC), 1999
PROFESSIONAL SCHOLARSHIP AND PRODUCTIVITY

2014: Readers Theater and Writing Workshop Language-Literacy Summer Camp Manual

2013: Readers Theater and Writing Workshop Language-Literacy Summer Camp Manual

2012: Rocks and Shells Language-Literacy Preschool Summer Camp Manual

2011: Peer Modeling and Training Notebook.

2011: Telepractice Research and Training Manual

2010: Co- created a brochure about Dialect and Foreign Accent Modification

2009: Manual of peer-reviewed articles regarding preschool assessment, intervention, and parent training.

2009: Preschool Language-Literacy Resource Manuel.

2009: Language-Literacy Camp Intervention Manual.

2009: Songs and Finger plays to Enhance Speech, Language, and Literacy Skills

2009: Speech-Language-Literacy Parent Education Resource

2008: Summer Camp Graduate Student Handbook.

NCASSPA Newsletter Articles

Edwards, C. M. (2010 edition). "Update on the Transgendered Voice and Communication Program at the University of North Carolina Greensboro.”

Edwards, C. M. (2012 edition). Review of ASHA workshop. P. R. Walden. "An Adult Learning Approach to Supervision in Speech-Language Pathology: Supervisor and Supervisee Perception and Outcomes." 
Edwards, C. M (2006). “Benefits of NCASSPA Membership”. NCSHLA website
PRESENTATIONS

Regional

SHARE Telepractice: A New School Service Delivery Model. Presentation (April 2014). Greenville, North Carolina.


Edwards, C., Pharr, A., VanGilder, J. Tips for Supervision. March 2014 North Carolina Speech , Language, and Hearing Association, Raleigh, North Carolina.
Edwards, C., Anderson, G. (2013-2014). Parent Education Seminars Presented at the UNCG Speech and Hearing Center’s Language-Literacy Summer Camp. March 2014 North Carolina Speech, Hearing, and Language Association, Raleigh, North Carolina.
Edwards, C., Shelton, S. (2013-2014). Training Peers to Assist with Reading Intervention. March 2014 North Carolina Speech, Hearing, and Language Association Raleigh, North Carolina.
Edwards, C. M. & Crutchley, S. (2012). Telepractice: A Viable Service Delivery Model in the Public Schools.North Carolina Council of Exceptional Children. Greensboro, North Carolina.
Edwards, C. M. & McDonald, L. (2011). Peer Modeling/Training:Does it Work? Southeastern University Clinical Educators. Birmingham, Alabama.

McDonald, L., Raleigh, L., McCready, V., & Edwards, C. M. (2010). Collaborate and Cooperate>Don't Pontificate. Southeastern University Clinical Educators. St. Augustine, Florida. 

McCready, V., Campbell, M., Crutchley, S., & Edwards, C. (2010). Use of Spoken Language to Portray your Gender. The Transgender Communication and Wellness Conference. Greensboro, North Carolina.
McCready, V., Raleigh, L., Edwards,C., McDonald, L., Mankoff, L. (2010). Active Learning Activities Used with Graduate Students in a Clinical Practicum Setting. Southeastern University Clinical Educators (SEUCE). St. Augustine, Florida.
Edwards, C., Maykish, M., McGinty, G., & Case, J. (2010). Use of Spoken Language to Portray Your Gender. Transgender Communication and Wellness Conference: Focus Group. Greensboro, North Carolina.
Edwards, C. M. (2008). Communication Proficiency Screener: The Inside Story-Who, What, Where, When, How, and Why. Southeastern University Clinical Educators. Asheville, North Carolina.
Edwards, C. M., Barrie-Blackley, S., McCready, C. V., Raleigh, L., & McDonald, L. (2008). A Language-Literacy Tune-Up for SLPs, Part I.   NC Department of Public Instruction Summer Institute. Greensboro, North Carolina.
Edwards, C.M., Barrie-Blackley, S., McCready, C., Raleigh, L., & McDonald, L. (2008) Language-Literacy

Tune-up for SLPs, Part II. NC Department of Public Instruction Summer Institute. Greensboro, North Carolina.

State

Edwards, C. M., Drolet, C., Scott, A. (2013). Experience a New Service Delivery Model: Telepractice. North Carolina Speech, Hearing, and Language Association. Raleigh, North Carolina.

Edwards, C. M., Taylor, A., & Tucker, D. (2012). The Successes and Challenges of Delivering Speech-Language Services via a Camp Model to a Hispanic Bilingual Child with BAHA Bilateral Cochlear Implants. Poster session. North Carolina Speech, Hearing, and Language Annual Convention, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Edwards, C. M., Garcia, C. (2012). Poster Session:Training Paraprofessionals in Telepractice Service Delivery. Raleigh, NC. North Carolina Speech, Hearing, and Language Association. Raleigh, North Carolina.
Edwards, C. M. & Taylor, A. (2012, March). Effective Treatment and Intervention Approaches for Children with Cochlear Implants.   2012 Annual NCSHLA Speech and Hearing Convention. Concord, North Carolina.
Edwards, C. M., Selfe, A., & Price, Z. (2011, March). Improving Emergent Literacy Skills in Children with Speech and Language Disorders Through the Use of Parent Seminars. North Carolina Speech, Hearing and Language Association. Raleigh, North Carolina.
Wortman-Lowe, L., McCready, V., Raleigh, L., & Edwards, C., (2010). The Supervision of Speech-

Language Pathology Assistants. North Carolina Speech, Hearing, and Language Association. Durham, North Carolina.
McCready, V., Crutchley, S., Edwards, C. (2010). Poster: Transgender Communication Group and

Clinical Practicum. North Carolina Speech, Hearing, and Language Association. Durham, North Carolina.
Edwards, C. M. (2010). SLP-Assistants:Top 10 Questions from Supervisors. North Carolina Speech, Hearing and Language Association. Durham, North Carolina.
McCready, V., Campbell, M., Crutchley, S., & Edwards, C. (2010). Use of Spoken Language to Portray your Gender tThe Transgender Communication and Wellness Conference. Greensboro, North Carolina.

Edwards, C. & McDonald, L. (2009) Bug Bonanza Camp for Preschoolers: Language-Literacy


Intervention Model. North Carolina Speech, Hearing, and Language Association. Raleigh, North Carolina.
Edwards, C., Barrie-Blackley, S., McCready, V., Raleigh, L., & McDonald,L. (2008) Language-Literacy

Tune-up for SLPs. North Carolina Speech, Hearing, and Language Association. Asheville, North Carolina.
Tucker, D., Compton, Mary V., Mankoff, L., & Edwards, C. (2008, April). Group Therapy for Adult Cochlear Implant Recipients. North Carolina Speech, Hearing and Language Association. Asheville, North Carolina.
Tucker, D., Mankoff, L., & Edwards, C. (2008). Poster Session: Adult Cochlear Implant Support Group, American Academy of Audiology (AAA) Annual Conference. North Carolina Speech, Hearing, and Language Association. Asheville, North Carolina.
McCready, V., Raleigh, L., & Edwards, C.(2006). Twenty Timeless Supervisory Tips. North Carolina Speech, Hearing, and Language Association.
Edwards, C. & panel, (2005). New ASHA Standards and Changes. North Carolina Speech, Hearing, and Language Association
Edwards, C. (2002). Partnership between Rockingham County Schools and SLP-Assistants. North Carolina Speech, Hearing, and Language Association.
National

Nwokah, E., Holloway, E., Crouch, K., McDonald, L., & Edwards, C. (2009) Language Intervention



Summer Camps for Young Children. New Orleans, Louisiana. American Speech and Hearing Association

McCready, V., Crutchley, S., Campbell, M., & Edwards, C. (2009).Poster Session: A Clinical Model for a Transgender Group Training Program. New Orleans, Louisiana. American Speech and Hearing Association.


BOOK CHAPTERS
Mullins, J., & McCready, V. (2002). The SLP Assistant Supervisor’s Companion. East Moline, IL: LinguiSystems. (Chapter 9 On the Job: You Can Make It Work by Lyn Mankoff, Interview with Colette Edwards on pages 163-165).
McCready, V., Campbell, M., Crutchley, S., & Edwards,C. (2011) C. Doris: Becoming Who You Are: A Voice and

Communication Group Program for a Male-to Female Transgender Client. In Chabon, S., & Cohn, E. (Eds.). The Communication Disorders Casebook. (1st ed.), pp.518-532, New Jersey: Pearson Education, Inc.



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