Toni Guidi

Clinical Instructor

Toni Guidi

Contact Information

TUNE, Room 306


Master of Science in Education - Hofstra University

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Minor in History - Binghamton University

Areas of Expertise

Universal Design for Learning, Formal Tests and Measurements, and Curriculum and Methods of Instruction


Toni Guidi is a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Special Education. As a faculty member she has taught various graduate and undergraduate courses in the areas of curriculum and methods, formal tests and measurements, and behavior management. As well, she supervises interns as they complete their capstone experience in Harford County Professional Development Schools. Her areas of expertise are focused on formal and informal assessment of children as well as meeting the needs of all learners through differentiation and universal design for learning. As the program coordinator for the dual certification elementary/special education program at Towson University, Ms. Guidi has extensive experience and expertise related to dual certification. Prior to her role at Towson University, Toni worked in the Baltimore County Public School System as a special education teacher and later in various leadership roles. Currently, Toni is focused on the use of web tools and applications in the Pk-12 setting and college classroom in order to support all learners. This focus compliments her to desire to teach about and model the three principles of Universal Design for Learning.

Scholarship and Service

  • Member of the UDL Professional Learning Community
  • Committee Member of Educational Residential Learning Community
  • Member of CAEP Standard I Committee
  • Mentor for UDL Faculty Cohort