Dr. Heather Allcock is an Assistant Professor of education. Dr. Allcock has been teaching at the collegiate level since 2000. Dr. Allcock’s research experience includes using quantitative, qualitative and single case research. She has presented nationally numerous times for TASH, Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), the Teacher Education Division of CEC and recently was invited to speak to policy makers on Capitol Hill about research needed to further access of the general education curriculum for students with significant disabilities. She is an active member of TASH’s Inclusive Education committee and has been an invited expert for the National Council on Disability.
Morningstar, Mary., Allcock, Heather., White, Julia., Taub, Debbie. (2016). Inclusive Education National Research Advocacy Agenda: A Call to Action.
Research and Practice in Severe Disabilities, Sage Journals.
Ruppar, Andrea., Allcock, Heather., Gonsier-Gerdin, Jean. (2016). Ecological Factors Affecting Access to General Education Content and Contexts for Students With Significant Disabilities.
Remedial and Special Education, Sage Journals.
Ryndak, Diane., Taub, Debbie., Jorgensen, Cheryl., Gonsier-Gerdin, Jean. (2014). Policy and the Impact on Placement, Involvement, and Progress in General Education Critical Issues That Require Rectification.
Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, SAGE Publications. 39 (1), 65–74.