Lecture: How to Navigate Educational Services in a School Enviornment
Lecture: Thursday, February 9, 2012
Time: 5:30-6:30pm- Social 6:00-7:00pm- Lecture and Q&A
Sanford Children’s Research Center Building 12 10905 Road to the Cure
San Diego, CA 92121
Title: How to Navigate Educational Services in a School Environment featuring, Dr. Sarah Frampton and Marta Levya.
Dr. Sara Frampton has experience in both psychology and education. She has a BA in Psychology from The George Washington University, a Masters in Education from the University of Virginia, an M.S. in Counseling from San Diego University and a Ph.D. in Psychology from USIU/Alliant University.
She started teaching Special Education in 197. She holds credentials to teach in Virginia, New York, and California.
Current credentials include:
· Clear Specialist Instruction Credential in Special Education
· Authorized Field: Learning Handicapped
· Clear Multiple Subject Teaching Credential
· Clear Pupil Personnel Services Credential
· Specialization: Basic Pupil Personnel Services
· Resource Specialist Certificate of Competence
· Clear Administrative Services Credential (Examination)
· Community College Counselor Credential- Lifetime
· Community College Instructor Credential in Psychology- Lifetime
Dr. Frampton is a Licensed Educational Psychologist, (LEP 1445) and a Marriage/Family Therapist (MFC 20038)
She has been a Special Educational Advocate since 1982.
Ms. Marta Leyva comes to Advocacy Associates with over 20 years experience in elementary education. She has served as a Multiple- Subjects California Credentialed General Education Teacher with a Bilingual Cross Cultural Language and Development Certification for 18 years. She taught Kinder through Sixth grade and mainstreamed
many special education students as part of inclusion. Marta has a Bachelor’s Degree in Intercultural Communication, a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership and a Preliminary Services Administrative
redential from Point Loma Nazarene University. Marta is a National Science Foundation trained professional developer. She is a contributing author and professional translator of educational materials. She is a member of COPAA (Council of Parent Attorney and Advocates) and LDA (Learning Disabilities Association). In addition, she sits on the Board of Fiesta Educativa San Diego, a non-profit organization supporting Spanish-speaking parents of children with special needs. She has been a presenter and is currently a member of the 2012 IEP (Involved Exceptional Parent’s) Day Conference planning committee