Ms. Margaret Gault
Assistant Professor of Education
Margaret M. Gault, Assistant Professor of Education, has been teaching at Alderson Broaddus University since the fall of 2004. Prior to arriving at AB, 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