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Solomon, Carol J. (Carol Jean)

 Person

Biographical History

Carol J. Solomon is a professor of Counseling Psychology and Special Education at Brigham Young University. She earned her bachelor's degree from BYU in 1968 and her Master's degree from Western Oregon State College in 1992.

Carol Solomon was originally from Hood River, Oregon. After growing into adulthood, she attended Brigham Young University - where she earned a degree in Special Education and Elementary Education in 1968. After her graduation, she married her husband on May 28, 1969. In the late-1980s, she decided to continue pursuing her education at Western Oregon University and eventually left with a Masters in Special Education, Rural Education, and Multicultural Education in 1992. Armed with her Master's degree, in 2005 she was hired as a Coordinator for the National Professional Grant Teaching English Learners Program. During this time, she also became involved with the RISE Institute, an institute designed to “provide struggling readers, non-readers, and English language learners access to reading by using instruction that focuses on individual needs, and draws from scientifically based research" among other things.

Citation

BYU undergraduate catalog, 2010 (Carol J. Solomon; instructor, Counseling Psychology and Special Education; BA, Brigham Young University, 1968; M.Ed., Western Oregon State College, 1992)

Brigham Young University Teacher Education website, via WWW, Dec. 20, 2016 (Carol Solomon)

UPB files, Dec. 20, 2016 (Carol H. Solomon; maiden name, Hawkins)

Banyan, 1968: p. 469 (Hawkins, Carol Jean)

Facebook, July 31, 2017 (Carol was originally from Hood River, OR; graduated with a degree in Special Education and Elementary Education from BYU in 1968; she married her husband on May 28, 1969; she graduated with a Masters in Special Education, Rural Education, and Multicultural Education from Western Oregon University in 1992; she worked as a Coordinator for the National Professional Grant Teaching English Learners Program for BYU starting in June 2005.)

SuperheroTrainingCenter.org, July 31, 2017 (She's involved with the RISE Institute for Literacy, an institute designed to “provide struggling readers, non readers, and English language learners access to reading by using instruction that focuses on individual needs, and draws from scientifically based research," among other things.)

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Carol J. Solomon papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 5749
Scope and Contents Contains materials pertaining to Carol J. Solomon. Materials include course materials, compact discs, case studies, contracts, and other research related to English language learning. Topics discussed in these materials include assessments for the English Language Learning program, materials for the "Teaching Alive" program for Elementary and Secondary schools, selections and interviews of experts in the field, casefiles for various English Language teachers in the state of Utah, and documents...
Dates: 1995-2011