Title: Special Education Educator (Retired)
Location: Olivet, Michigan, United States
Judith Fuller-Andersen, Retired Special Education Educator, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of special education.
Ms. Fuller-Andersen first pursued an education through her studies at Michigan State University, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in 1970. She later returned to the university in 1980 to earn a master’s in teacher education, and again in 1984 for a master’s certificate in learning disabilities. Additionally, she is certified in elementary education and as a teacher consultant for the mentally impaired and those with learning disabilities.
Ms. Fuller-Andersen upheld numerous different positions during her time working, all within the Olivet Community School District in Michigan. These roles consisted of a regular kindergarten and fifth-grade teacher, a type-A teacher for the mentally impaired in first and second grade, a learning disabilities teacher, and a teacher consultant in the resource room. Additionally, from 1992 until 1993, she was a member of the advisory board for agricultural education at Olivet High School. She retired in 1994. Outside of her primary roles, Ms. Fuller-Andersen has published several works based on her research.
Ms. Fuller-Andersen has been awarded multiple times for her professional accomplishments. In 1983, she was named the Parent-Teacher-Association Teacher of the Year. Later, in 1989, she was named the LDA Michigan Teacher of the Year. Finally, in 1990, the governor of Michigan presented her with a certificate of appreciation for her work with the Michigan Discovery Science Fair. As a further testament to her success, she has been featured in numerous editions of Who’s Who in American Education.
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