Jerome Ammer

Professor

  • Learning and Teaching
  • Administration
  • PhD Boston College, Special Education and Rehabili
  • M.A. Northeastern Illinois University, Behavior Disorders
  • M.A. History University of Illinois
  • B.A. Loyola University

Jerome Ammer, Ph.D., writes, teaches and serves on journal editorial boards in the area of strategic learning and assessment with an emphasis on technology and learning difficulties. Before coming to USD in 1984, he taught at Long Island University and Rhode Island College and was director of inservice for Boston Children's Hospital. He chairs and serves on several doctoral committees and has been president of both the International Council of Learning Disabilities and the California Council for Exceptional Children. His recent works include the Birth to Three Assessment System (PROED) and chapters on "Creating a Diverse Community of Learners" and "Content Enhancement through Lesson Planning (McGraw-Hill).

Recent Publications:

2005 with Getz, C., & Hubbard, L. Exploring electronic portfolios: An IHE NCATE assessment journey. Campus Technology.

2004 with Albert, L. R (2004) Lesson planning and delivery. In D. D. Deshler, K. Lenz (Eds.), Teaching content to all: Evidence-based inclusive practices in middle and secondary schools (pp. 195–220). Boston: Pearson/Allyn Bacon.

2004 with Platt, J. C. & Cornett, J. W. (2004) Course planning: Knowing yourself and your students to guide learning. In D. D. Deshler, K. Lenz (Eds.), Teaching content to all: Evidence-based inclusive practices in middle and secondary schools (pp. 138-161). Boston: Pearson–Allyn & Bacon.

2003 Leadership assessment: Pre-self assessment. (2003). Solana Beach, CA: Gordon Training International.