Ph.D. in Special Education, University of Georgia, 2021
Ed.S. in Curriculum and Instruction, Piedmont College, 2014
M.Ed. in Behavior and Learning Disabilities, Georgia State University, 2012
B.S. in Business, Wake Forest University, 2005
General curriculum instruction of students with learning disabilities and other high incidence disabilities
Mathematics instruction for students with disabilities at the secondary level
Rubia Anderson is a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Learning Sciences. She earned her Ph.D. in special education (focused on high incidence/learning disabilities) and a graduate certificate in dyslexia from the University of Georgia. Her research focus has been on secondary learners with mathematics difficulties. She is also engaged in instructing pre-service and in-service teachers on their knowledge of students with disabilities, effective use of evidence-based teaching strategies and equitable teaching in inclusive settings.
Bouck, E. C., Anderson, R. D., Long, H., & Sprick, J. (2021). Manipulative-based instructional sequences in mathematics for students with disabilities. TEACHING Exceptional Children. https://doi.org/10.1177/0040059921994599
Slaughter, M. H., Lindstrom, J. H., & Anderson, R. (2020). Perceptions of extended time accommodations among postsecondary students with disabilities. Exceptionality. https://doi.org/10.1080/09362835.2020.1727339
Kang, R., & Anderson, R. D. (2019, April). Analyzing special education math teachers’ beliefs and strategies in a professional learning activity. Poster session presented at Annual American Educational Research Association Conference, Toronto, Canada.
Anderson, R. D., & Lindstrom, J. H. (2019, January). The use of extended time among college
students with disabilities.” Poster session presented at Annual Council for Exceptional Children Convention and Expo, Indianapolis, IN.
Kang, R., & Anderson, R. D. (2018, February). Equity of learning opportunities and instructional strategies for students with learning disabilities in mathematics. Discussion session presented at 22nd Annual Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators Conference, Houston, TX.