Gina Laupert


Gina Laupert

Contact Info

Hawkins Hall, Room 404G


Master of Science, Special Education
Johns Hopkins University, 2002

Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology
Towson University, 1998

Graduate Certificate, School Administration and Supervision
Johns Hopkins University, 2011

Graduate Certificate, Education of Students with Autism and other Pervasive Developmental Disordres
Johns Hopkins University, 2004

Areas of Expertise

Curriculum Development and Assessment, Teacher Mentoring and Training, Behavior Assessment and Intervention, Classroom Management, Educational Advocacy


Before joining Towson University in July, 2016 as a full-time Lecturer and University Supervisor in the College of Education, Department of Special Education, Mrs. Laupert worked as an educator in both public and private schools. As a faculty member she has taught various graduate and undergraduate courses in the areas of curriculum and methods, collaborative teaching, introduction to special education and behavior management. Mrs. Laupert supervises interns completing a dual certification in Howard County Professional Development Schools. Prior to her role at Towson University, Mrs. Laupert worked in the Baltimore County Public School System, Harford County Public School System, Kennedy Krieger Institute Lower and Middle School, and Trellis Services in a variety of teaching and leadership roles. She is a current member of the Council for Exceptional Children, National Education Association, National Autism Association, Autism Speaks, Defeat Autism Now and National Association for Professional Development Schools. Mrs. Laupert has participated on the Department of Special Education Diversity Committee, Induction Committee, and Universal Design for Learning Grant. She presented at the National Association of Professional Development Schools during the 2017, 2018 and 2019 conferences. During the 2018-19 academic year, Mrs. Laupert prepared interns seeking teacher certification in neighboring states for the edTPA performance-based assessment. She will be training and assisting her colleagues with the edTPA assessment tool during the 2019-2020 academic year in preparation for changes in certification procedures. Mrs. Laupert actively advocates for students with disabilities and provides advocacy services for families in her community.