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Jonathan Stout

Dr. Jonathan Stout

206 Robinson LRC
(570) 484-2172

Courses Most Commonly Taught

  • SPEC105 Foundations of Special Education
  • SPEC204 Cognitive Development of Diverse Learners
  • SPEC310 Manuel Communication
  • SPEC345 Literacy Instruction for Students with Disabilities
  • SPEC425 Law and Collaborative Practices

Areas of Expertise

Age Level
- Adolescence
- Childhood

Curriculum Areas
- Reading
- Sign language
- Math

Individual Difference
- Cognition
- Collaboration
- Learning Processes

Special Education
- High Incidence Disabilities
- Inclusion
- Learning support
- Law


  • PhD 2005 The Pennsylvania State University Special Education
  • Med 1997 Northern Arizona University Educational Leadership
  • BS: 1994 Northern Arizona University Special Education

Professional Publications

Scheeler, M. C., McKinnon, K., & Stout, J. (2011). Effects of Immediate Feedback Delivered via Webcam and Bug-in-Ear Technology on Preservice TeacherPerformance. Teacher Education and Special Education.

Professional Presentations

Stout, J, E. (2011, June). Building Strategies for Differentiating Mathematics Instruction in Inclusive Classrooms. Invited Speaker, Bureau of Indian Education 2011 Summer Institute. Reno, NV.

Scheeler, M. C., Stout, J., & McKinnon, K. (2012, April). New Frontiers: Providing Immediate Feedback to Teachers Using Webcams and Bug-In-Ear Technology. Presentation at the annual convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Denver, CO.

Stout, J, E. (2012, June). Bureau of Indian Education 2012 Summer Institute The Special Education Advisory Board: Form and Function. Invited Speaker, Group Presentation at the BIE Summer Institute, Denver, CO.

Manlove, E. E., & Stout, J. E. (2012, November).  Understanding of and attitudes toward diversity: Preliminary evaluation of a course for first year pre-service teachers.  Poster presented at the National Association for Multicultural Education 22nd Annual International Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Stout, J,E, (2013, January). Indicator 5, Least Restrictive Environment, adaptations and modifications. Little Wound School District K-12, Kyle, South Dakota

Moore, E. R., & Stout, J. E. (2015 April). Rural Principals’ Conceptualization of Least Restrictive Environment for Students with Disabilities. Poster Presentation National CEC, San Diego, CA  

J.E. Stout., & M. Francis (2016 October). Developing Parents as Partners in the Special Education Setting. Presentation at the National Indian Education Association conference. Reno, NV

Community/Professional Service

2016-present: National Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Board of Directors

2013-2018: National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) Questionnaire Standing Committee

2011-2016: Appointed Chair of Bureau of Indian Education Advisory Board for Exceptional Children

2012-present: Co Planner for Kent’s Fest

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