Mr. Jeffrey Stoeberl

Special Education Teacher

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My name is Jeffrey Stoeberl and I am a Special Education Teacher in the Special Education Department at Pulaski High School. I teach Civics, World History, and United States History. In addition, I supervise the Success Center to make sure special education students complete their assignments and receive individualized instruction if necessary. I have taught special education students at both Pulaski High School and Pulaski Middle School. I am truly motivated to make a difference in the lives of students with disabilities and help them achieve their goals.

Expertise
Reading Instruction, Social Studies Instruction, Weightlifting Supervision, Football Coach

Degrees
B.S. Major in Sociology & Minor in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point;M.S.E. Master's Degree in Special Education from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh;Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from Marian College of Fond du Lac

Professional Interests
United States History documentaries, Reading Tutoring Program

Awards
2014 - Distinguished Teacher Award;2012 - National Certification as Exceptional Needs Specialist Early Childhood through Young Adulthood National Board of Directors;2010 - Professional Development Certificate in Balanced Literacy University of Wisconsin Green Bay;2006 - Certified Principal Marian College of Fond du Lac (FDL);2006 - Certified Director of Special Education Marian College of FDL;2006 - Certified Director of Instruction Marian College of FDL;1994 - Certified Learning Disabilities (6-12) University of Wisconsin Oshkosh;1994 - Certified Behavioral Disabilities (6-12) University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

Experience
1. Tutor students in reading regularly;2. Designed special education curriculum for Civics, World History, and United States History for the special education department;3. Facilitate homebound placements for students who may not be able to attend Pulaski High School