Elizabeth S. Hartmann is an Associate Professor of Education at Lasell University and a Co-lecturer of T560: Universal Design for Learning at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education. In her research she examines teacher implementation of educational innovation for learners with multiple disabilities. She is a teacher of students with visual impairment and deafblindness and currently co-editing a book for the American Printing House for the Blind on the early intervention of infants and toddlers with Cerebral Visual Impairment. When not teaching and researching, Dr. Hartmann enjoys signing and traveling with her family.
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