Faculty & Staff
Margaret M. Gault, Assistant Professor of Education, has been teaching at Alderson-Broaddus College since the fall of 2004. Prior to arriving at A-B, Ms. Gault taught for over 25 years as both a regular education and special education teacher in several elementary and junior high schools throughout WV.
Ms. Gault maintains current teacher certification in Specific Learning Disabilities (K-12), Mental Retardation (K-12), Elementary Education (1-6), Behavioral Disorders (K-12), and has completed coursework in the WVU Special Education Doctoral Program.
In addition to advising students majoring in elementary education and those taking coursework towards multi-categorical certification in special education, Professor Gault is also responsible for student teacher supervision, field experience coordination, and advising for the Council for Exceptional Children.
Professor Gault’s courses include:
· Special Education 200, Areas of Exceptionality in Special Education
· Special Education 290, Introduction to Specific Learning Disabilities
· Special Education 300, Education of the Mentally Impaired
· Special Education 310, Diagnosis, Prescription and Assessment Techniques
· Special Education 320, Introduction to Behavior Disorders
· Special Education 330, Behavior Management
· Special Education 350, Instructional Strategies for Mild/Moderate Disabilities
· Special Education 400, Applied Practicum in Special Education
· Education 500, Student Teaching
· Education 550, Education in the Philosophy of Teaching
· Education 330, Secondary General Methods
· Education 339, Lab-Adolescent (9-Adult) Learners
· Reading 300, Reading in the Secondary Schools
· Reading 450, Corrective Techniques in Reading Instruction