Rosa Moon, M. ED., Vanguard University Early Childhood Education Adjunct Faculty, will be conducting a workshop at the CAEYC Conference on Friday, April 1, 2016 titled “Autism, Early Signs and Interventions”, from 2:00 – 3:30.
Ms. Moon holds a Master of Education in Special Education (specialized in Intervention for Children with Autism) from the University of North Texas, and a Master of Arts in Counseling and Clinical Psychology from the Catholic University of Korea. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Home Economics from the Catholic University of Korea. Since 2004, Ms. Moon has been working with children with autism and other special needs students at various settings, such as clinical settings, private school, and client’s home with diverse programs.
In addition, Ms. Moon has passion and love for the students with special needs, and she continues to volunteer at the Grace Ministries International Church, Ministries for Children with Special Needs as a Sunday school teacher. Ms. Moon offers workshops to her staff and volunteers on diverse subjects such as Children with Autism, teaches bible study as well as arts and crafts, and develops summer retreat programs for students with special needs.
Ms. Moon’s interests include promoting communication skills for children with autism, creating Behavior Intervention Plans, collaborative teaching, working with paraprofessionals, and curriculum development for children with special needs. In her spare time, Ms. Moon loves to watch movies, hike, go to beach, visit museums, and drink coffee with her friends.
Dr. Seon Chun-Burbank, ED. D. MPA, Vanguard University Early Childhood Education Faculty Chair will be co-presenting a workshop at the CAEYC Conference on Saturday, April 2 titled “What Other Ways Can I Use Pattern Blocks?” from 10:00 – 11:30.
Dr. Chun-Burbank received her BA degree in Early Childhood Education from Ewha Womans University in Seoul, Korea; her MA in Early Childhood Education from the University of Northern Iowa; her Doctor of Education in Curriculum & Instruction degree also from the University of Northern Iowa; and Master of Public Administration degree from California State University, Fullerton. Prior to working at VU, Dr. Chun-Burbank worked at two higher education institutions as an Early Childhood Education program chair and core-faculty for 7 years and worked for an educational publishing company as a program consultant for 4 years. Dr. Chun-Burbank highly enjoys being a pre-K classroom teacher and treasures her time interacting with young children. Knowing and believing the importance of early childhood in human development, Dr. Chun-Burbank is grateful to have opportunities to provide quality education to adult learners who can influence young children’s development.
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