Amy Noggle

Assistant Professor

Amy Noggle

Contact Information

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Education

Ph.D. Special Education, University of Maryland, College Park, 2012

M.Ed. Early Childhood Special Education, University of Maryland, College Park, 1998

B.A. English, Longwood College, 1994

Areas of Expertise

Special Education

Biography

Dr. Amy Kappel Noggle received both her masters and doctoral degrees from the University of Maryland, College Park, in the field of Early Childhood Special Education. She taught preschool special education for several years in the Anne Arundel County Public School system, where she subsequently served as the county’s Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) Specialist at the Board of Education. Dr. Noggle has served as both clinical instructor and co-director of Hood College’s Child Development Laboratory in Frederick. Her research interests include: father involvement in public preschool programming, policy issues related to the inclusion of families in special education processes, and benefits of co-taught classrooms for preschoolers with and without disabilities. She currently serves on the Board for the Maryland chapter of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC). She enjoys spending time with her husband and three children, ages 7, 6 and newly arrived baby girl. She is an active PTA member at Veterans Elementary School in Ellicott City, where she serves as the PTA’s corresponding secretary as well as a parent volunteer.

Publications

Noggle, A., & Rice Doran, P. (2016, April). Collaborative Problem Solving for All Learners: RTI for Diverse Populations. Poster Session. Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Annual Expo: St. Louis, MO.

Noggle, A. (2016, April). Fathers of children in public preschool programs: How do they want to be involved? Virginia Head Start Association. Annual Conference Workshop. Fredericksburg, VA.

*Noggle, A. (2016, April). The ABC’s of Behavior: Getting to the Root of the Problem. Virginia Head Start Association. Annual Conference Workshop. Fredericksburg, VA.

Noggle, A. (2016, March). Fathers of Children in Public Preschool Programs: Administrators’ Perceptions of Involvement. Presented at Towson University’s College of Education Faculty Development Research Forum.

Stites, M., & Noggle, A. (2016, March). Using their voices: Preparing preservice teachers for inclusive settings. Critical Questions in Education Conference. San Antonio, TX.

Noggle, A.K. (submitted). Fathers of children in public preschool programs: A study of involvement. Manuscript submitted to NHSA Dialog.

Noggle, A.K. (2013, April 22). Valuing differences: Choosing inclusion. The Baltimore Sun

Curricular Publications

Embedded Learning Opportunities (ELO) Resource. Johns Hopkins University Center for Technology in Education for the Maryland State Department of Education. 2013. Content Contributor. 

Preschool Special Education Differentiation Guide. Anne Arundel County Public Schools, Division of Special Education, 2011. Co-lead.

Differentiation Guide for Three-Year Olds. Anne Arundel County Public Schools, Division of Special Education, 2009. Co-lead.

Grants and Contracts Awarded

Noggle, A.K. Father Involvement in Public Preschool Programs: A Focus on Fathers of Children with Disabilities. Towson University. France-Merrick Grant for First- and Second-Year Tenure Track Faculty. $2000.

Dissertation

Fathers of Children in Public Preschool Programs: A Study of School Involvement and Satisfaction.

Defense Date: April 4, 2012.