Dr. Steven Eddy is the Project Coordinator for the Adapted Curriculum Licensure Plus project. in the Department of Special Education and Child Development in the Cato College of Education, 361, 704-687-0889. He has worked at UNC Charlotte since 2011 He is a person with cerebral palsy. He has lived in Charlotte since 1971. He was the first person to be mainstreamed at his peers’ same grade level in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (1975-1976).
Teaching Assistant for Multiple Disabilities and Systematic Instruction in Adapted Curriculum
Taught Social Studies in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) from 1993-1998
Research Interests/Areas of Expertise
Adapted Curriculum and students with severe intellectual disabilities
Self-Determination and Transition for college-bound students with disabilities
Online teaching methods and Quality Matters online course design
Graduate Student Advising and Progress Monitoring
Experience with Canvas and WebEx
Awards & Honors
Five years of service to UNC Charlotte
Eddy, S. E. (December, 2003). Instructional strategies for students with learning disabilities.
Presented as part of CPCC faculty Lunch and Learn seminar series on behalf of CPCC Disability Services, Central Piedmont Community College: Charlotte, NC.
Eddy, S. E. (November, 2003). Participated in panel forum for visiting Russian delegation to promote the UNC Charlotte doctoral program, UNC Charlotte: Charlotte, NC.
Eddy, S. E. (November, 2003). Participated in panel forum for visiting Russian delegation to promote awareness of instructional accommodations and services for college students with disabilities on behalf of CPCC Disability Services, Central Piedmont Community College: Charlotte, NC.
2011-2015- Board of Directors, Disability Rights and Resouces, an advocacy organization for people with disabilities.
2012-2014- Disability Representative for the Board of the Passenger Vehicle for Hire Committee of the Charlotte City Council
Test, D. W., Eddy, S. E., Neale, M., & Wood, W. M. (2004). A survey of data collected by transition teachers. Career Development for Exceptional Individuals, 27, 87-100.
Test, D., Fowler, C, Brewer, D., Wood, W. M., & Eddy, S. E.. (2003). Directory of model programs promoting self-advocacy skills for students with disabilities.
Test, D. W., Wood, W. M., Fowler, C., Brewer, D., & Eddy, S. E. (2005). A conceptual framework of self-advocacy for students with disabilities. Remedial and Special Education, 26, 43-54.