Elizabeth G. Clark earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Disorders from Marquette University, and a Master of Arts Degree from Temple University in the field of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Ms. Clark has worked as a speech-language pathologist for over 35 years with 23 years in the public school system. Previous to the public schools, Ms. Clark served as the Department Head of Speech Pathology and Audiology at Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center in Camden, N.J. She has taught university and online courses at Saint Joseph’s University since 2008 and has taught courses in assistive technology at Cabrini College for twelve years.
Currently, she works for Lower Merion School District as the Department Chair for Speech Pathology and is the District Coordinator of Assistive Technology. In addition, Ms. Clark is an adjunct professor at Saint Joseph’s University and Cabrini College. Ms. Clark’s areas of clinical and research expertise include the use of assistive technology to access the curriculum, evidence-based practice, social competence, and transition/employment issues for individuals with autism spectrum disorder.
- Clark, E.A., & Clark, E.G. (2002). Using evidence based practice to guide decision making in AAC. Perspectives on Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 11, 6 – 9.
- Serpentine, E.C., Clark, E.G., & Drager, K.D.R. (2011). Parent perspectives of the transition process to life beyond the classroom for adolescents with Asperger Syndrome. Manuscript in preparation
Her most recent presentations include:
- Serpentine, E.C., Clark, E.G., & Drager, K.D. R. (2011, November). Opening the GATE to Conversation for Adolescents with Asperger’s Syndrome. Lecture presented to the Annual Conference of the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association, San Diego, CA.
- Serpentine, E.C., Drager, K.D.R., & Clark, E.G. (2010, November). Teaching Partner Focused Questions to Adolescents with Asperger’s Syndrome. Lecture presented to the Annual Conference of the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association, Philadelphia, PA.
- Clark, E.G., Mazzoli, S.R. (2005, January). “Software for Beginning Struggling Writers: Just My Type and Report Cards.” Workshop presented Technology, Reading and Learning Difficulties: San Francisco, CA.
“I enjoy teaching at the university level because it allows me the opportunity to impact the education of future teachers and their students specifically in the area of assistive technology. I enjoy teaching online as the technology facilitates a global classroom allowing all learners to participate and share experiences, which enriches our overall learning environment.”