Lorraine Cleeton

Postsecondary Education:

Bachelor of Arts – Hunter College (CUNY)
Master of Arts – Lehman College (CUNY)
Doctor of Philosophy – University of Birmingham

Other Information:

Dr. Cleeton presently is teaching online courses for Walden University (Research Methods II and Foundations for Doctoral Research) and Graceland University (EDUC Parental Support and Classroom Management) and mentor undergraduates at Aspen University and Ph.D. students in the Ph.D. program in Education Program at Walden University. Previously, she was an Assistant Professor in Special Education at St. Bonaventure University.

Dr. Cleeton has written articles on Cognition and Problem Solving; presented a paper on External Representations, Problem Solving and Working Memory in Rome, Italy; presented SNAPOUT and PACKOUT at the Hawaii Conference on Education; presented a paper on the need for assistive technology for students with disabilities in the transition phase from High School to work or further education.

Dr. Cleeton has also co-authored a book based on face to face and electronic discussion with current student teachers called ‘A Pocket Guide for Student Teachers’ published by Thomson Publishers.

Trade and Professional Associations/Credentials:

International Dyslexia Association
Council for Exceptional Children

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