This is Beth Wilt’s 11h year in the school district and 4th year as a New Teacher Mentor for special education teachers in grades Pre-K through 12th grade. Beth Wilt taught in Pre-K through 5th grade self-contained autism spectrum disorder classrooms for 7 years prior to becoming a mentor. Beth has a BS in Communication Disorders from Colorado State University-Pueblo, a Master’s of Special Education in Behavior Disorders from University of South Florida, and a PhD in Curriculum and Instruction in Special Education from University of South Florida. Beth went through Hillsborough County’s Alternative Certification Program. Beth is also a National Board Certified Teacher for Severe and Multiple Needs Individuals Birth-22. Beth has her ESOL endorsement, Autism endorsement, is certified in Elementary Education K-6 and in ESE Pre-K-12. Beth works as a trainer for several special education and professional development trainings. Beth also worked as a PPP teacher for special education interns from University of South Florida for the last two years in her classroom. In addition, Beth works as an adjunct instructor at University of South Florida teaching undergraduate and master’s level special education courses. She also works as a mentor for the New Teacher Center.
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