CSAD Part-Time Faculty Curriculum Vitae

Sandra Kaul

Email: sandra.kaul@csus.edu 
Office: Folsom 2316

Office Phone: (916)278-6601

ASHA #:  00095372     

ASHA certification:  CCC-SLP  

CA License #: SP 4195

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Employment Status:

            Part-time

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Academic Rank:

            Instructor         

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Role to this program

            Instructional Faculty      

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Indicate program other than the accredited Master’s SLP program for which this faculty member contributes a percentage of their overall FTE.

            Masters Speech and Hearing Sciences   

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Tenure Status:

            Non-tenured and not on a tenure track  

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Indicate credentials this individual holds:

            State Licensure: California Speech-Language Pathologist License SP 4195

            Teaching Credential:  California Clinical Rehabilitative Services Credential, Language, Speech and Hearing with Special Class Authorization

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Indicate the highest degree earned:

            Master’s

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Degree, institution, year granted and field of study for all degrees earned:

Degree Earned

Institution Name

Year Granted

Field of Study

Masters

California State Univiersity, Northridge

1979

Communicative Disorders

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Percentage (in decimals) of FTE (workload) allocated to the graduate program for classroom teaching.  (Note: Apply the institution’s formula to calculate this.)

0.00

Full-TIme Faculty Equivalent (FTE)= 15 Weighted Teaching Units per semester

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Other contributions allocated to the graduate program

            Supervision

            Research        

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Major specialty areas:

Speech sound disorders,

Phonemic awareness and Reading disorders,

Language disorders,

Deaf & Hard of Hearing populations,

Preschool,

Multimodal Learning,

Response to Intervention models,

Best practices in teaching,

Middle school populations,

Independent living skills populations,

Down syndrome,

Fluency. 

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Courses taught.  Provide the course number, course name, and term(s) taught:

Course Number Course Name Program Term(s) Taught
CSAD 229A Prac: Speech Disorders I CSAD Masters Fall 2016, 2017, 2018
Spring 2012, 2017, 2018, 2019
CSAD 229C Prac: Speech Disordrs III CSAD Masters Spring 2012
CSAD 229B Prac: Speech Disorders II CSAD Masters Fall 2012, 2013, 2014
Spring 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
CSAD 243B Prac: Lang Disorders II CSAD Masters Fall 2012

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Publications and Presentations completed within the past 5 years. 2013-2018 ONLY

Publications and Papers

Pieretti, R.A., Kaul, S., Zarchy, R., & O’Hanlon, L., (2015). Using a multimodal approach to facilitate articulation, phonemic awareness, and literacy in young children. Communication Disorders Quarterly, 36(3), 131-141.

Presentations

Kaul, S. (2012, April) Improving phonemic awareness, listening, speaking and literacy
using the interactive RtI tool: FONEMZ.
Two hour presentation for International Reading Association Conference, Chicago.

Kaul, S., Fahrety, K.  (2012, November).AThe new (iPad) meets the tried and tru:e therapy techniques. Three hour presentation for CSHA Convention, Atlanta.

Kaul, S. (2013, February). Building Literacy, Speech, and Communication Skills Multimodally  with FONMZ and iPad. 90 minute presentation for NSSLHA Conference, CSUS.

Kaul, S., Fahrety, K.  (2013, March). The new (iPad) meets the tried and tru:e therapy techniques. Three hour presentation for CSHA Convention, Long Beach, CA.

Kaul, S. (2013, November). Multimodal learning of articulation, phonemic aareness and literacy: FONMZ meets iPad. One hour presentation for ASHA Convention, Chicago.

Kaul, S. (2014, March). Making Carryover a Reality:  Tools, Techniques & Technology (iPad).  90 minute presentation for CSHA Convention, San Francisco.

Kaul, S. (2015, March). Fun, effective multi-sensory approaches to speaking and reading.  90 minute presentation for California Educators of the Deaf Convention, Long Beach.

Kaul, S.  (2016, April). Fun, evidence-based multi-sensory approaches to speaking and reading. Three hour presentation for CSHA Convention, Anaheim, CA.

Kaul, S.  (2017, November). Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Infants and Children Learn to Speak and Read: Three Evidence-Based Strategies . One hour presentation for ASHA Convention, Los Angeles, CA.

Kaul, S.  (2018, March).  FONEMZ: evidence-based multimodalapproach to phonemic awareness, articulation and literacy. 90 minute worksho conducted at CSUS .

Activities related to clinical service delivery

August 1979-2015

Language, Speech, and Hearing Specialist.  San Juan Unified School District.  Sacramento, California.

General Duties: 

-Identify and evaluate students with language, speech, and/or hearing disabilities through standard screening procedures.  Complete special language-learning assessments throughout the District for the DIS Supervisor and/or Director of Special Education/SELPA Director.

-Attend mediated IEPs to discuss findings and make recommendations.

-Participate on interview panels for open Language, Speech, and Hearing Specialist positions.

-Supervision of CFY/RPE candidates of the Language, Speech, and Hearing Program staff.  Provision of new employee training and support.

-Development and maintenance of Language, Speech, and Hearing Specialist handbook.

-Completion of special assignments, including reading and approving reports and IEP’s, as assigned by the DIS Supervisor.

-Development of cooperative procedures in each school for the referral of students and

procedures for consultation with other staff members.

-Provision of direct and/or indirect instructional services to stimulate and/or improve the

communication behavior of students with handicapping disorders.

-Collaboration with classroom teachers, resource specialists, and other allied personnel to develop successful interventions.

-Development of performance objectives and lesson plans consistent with established district goals and objectives.

-Communication with students and parents regarding the educational and social progress of students.  Preparation of formal progress reports and provision of other information appropriate for inclusion in the cumulative records of students assigned.

-Interpretation of the programs and goals of the school district to the community.

Master Clinician with CSUS student interns.

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Clinical supervision experiences with the past 5 years  

Course Number

Course Name

Program

Term(s) Taught

SPHS 229C

Clinical Practicum Speech III

Spring 2012

SPHS 229B

Clinical Practicum Speech II

 

Spring 2012, Fall 2012, Spring 2013, Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Spring 2016

SPHS 243B

Clinical Practicum Language II

 

Fall 2012

SPHS 229A

Clinical Practicum Speech I

 

Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fal 2017, Spring 2018

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Professional development completed within the past 5 years.  2013-2018

2017-18

California State University, Sacramento

  • Instruction and Clinical Supervision in Speech-Language Pathology University Training Programs 2017-18, Part I. 2.5 hours.
  • Instruction and Clinical Supervision in Speech-Language Pathology University Training Programs 2017-18, Part II. 2.5 hours.
  • Kaul, S. (2018, March).  FONEMZ: evidence-based multimodal approach to phonemic awareness, articulation and literacy. 1.5  hour

California Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention. Sacramento, California.  

  • Kaul, S.  Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Infants and Children Learn to Speak and Read: Three Evidence-Based Strategies . 1 hour
  • High School Thinking Classes Accross the Spectrum 1.5 hours
  • Treatment of Childhood Apraxia of speech 3 hours
  • Advanced Seminar in Clinical Thinking & Practice in Treatment Methods for CAS 3 hours

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention.  Los Angeles, California.  

  • The Roll of th SLP in Screening for Dyslexia. 1 hour.
  • What SLPs Need to Know about Dyslexia 1 hour.
  • Retrospective Review of Treatment in a Large Cohort of Children with CAS 1 hour
  • Parent-Child Sign & Speak: Early Intervention for Toddlers with Down Syndrome 2 hours
  • Childhood Apraxia of Speech & Hearing Loss: A Comparative Study Exploring the Possibility of Dual-Diagnosis .5 hours
  • Sign & Say: Signing to Maintain Joint Attention in Children with Down Syndrome. 1 hour

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2016-17

California State University, Sacramento

  • Supervision Models and Strategies for Clinical Educators... 3 hours.
  • Sacramento State NSSLHA Conference: Communicating, Listening and Inspiring. 7  hours.

California Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Sacramento, California

  • CSHA District 2 Conference: Trail Blazing in Pediatrics, Early Intervention, Social Engagement, Feeding and Updates. 7 hours.

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association: Online conference (Summer 2016)

  • Improving Intelligibility in Children with Speech Sound Disorders. 15.5 hours.

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention.  Los Angeles, California.  

  • ASD Teatment: CBT, Mental Health Problems. 2 hours.
  • Using Discreete Trial Training to Teach Children with Down Syndrome. 1 hour.
  • Strategies to Sid Students with Hearing Loss in Forming Connections: Vocabulary & Writing. 1 hour
  • Engaging Chidren with Autism. 1 hour
  • Fueling Language Development in Early Intervention. 2 hours
  • An Innovative Approach to Phonological Awareness for Early Childhood Educators. 1 hour
  • Identification of Speech Language Disorders in Toddlers. 2 hours
  • Tools & Strategies to equip Families in Early Intervention 1 hour
  • Early Intervention for Children with Hearing Loss. 1 hour
  • EBP Suggests Pre-Literacy Activities in Speech & Language Therapy for Preschoolers. 1 hour

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2015-16

California State University, Sacramento

  • Instruction and Clinical Supervision in Speech-Language Pathology University Training Programs. 2.5 hours.

California Department of Education. Sacramento, California.  

  • Robin Zane and Rebecca Steinberger.  Using Social Narratives for Students with ASD (Preschool through 8th grade). 3 hours.

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2014-15

California State University, Sacramento

  • Clinical Supervision in Speech-Language Pathology University Training Programs. 2 hours.

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention.  Los Angeles, California.  

  • Plasticity: Understanding Human Capacity for Neural & Behavioral Change & Its Importance for Stuttering Treatment. 2 hours.
  • He's Just Lazy. Helping Students with High Functioning Autism Meet Commom Core Standards. 2 hours.
  • Childhood Stuttering: Pathways of Persistency & Recovery. 1 hour.
  • Facilitating Spoken Language with Children Who Sign. 1 hour
  • Learning & Retention:  Application of Motor Learning Principles to Maximize Carryover of Voice Therapy. 1 hour

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2013-14

Speech Pathology.com.  

  • Innovative Approaches for Mentoring and Supervisig for Todays Professionals. 1 hour.
  • Supervision and Multicultural Issues. 1 hour
  • Difficult Conversations. 1 hour

California Department of Education. Sacramento, California.  

  • Robin Zane and Virginia Sanchez-Salazar.  Autism and Socila-Pragmatic Language Disorder: Communication Assessment Tools. 4 hours.

San Juan Unified School District.  

  • MaryKay Therres. Developing Auditory Skills in Children with Hearing Loss. 2 hours.
  • Celeste Roseberry-McKibben. Best Practics in Non-Biased Assessment of ELLs with Potential Language Impairment. 3 hours.

94 hours

 

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Professionally related service activities for the past 5 years. 2013-2018

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Committees and Associations

California Speech-Language-Hearing Association

  • California Speech-Language-Hearing Association: Advisory Committee Member for District 2 Director Sean Green.  (2016-2018)
  • American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)-Certificate of Clinical Competence. Continuous membership.
  • California Speech-Language-Hearing Association (CSHA). Continuous membership.
  • Cal Educators of the Deaf
  • California State University, Northridge Alumni Association

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Certificates and Affiliations

  • Continuing Professional Development Provider - # PDP 285
  • Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Board
  • California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. Professional Clear Clinical or Rehabilitative Services Credential with Special Class Authorization. 
  • Girl Scouts of America - Lifetime membership
  • Member, Crocker Art Museum

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