Steven C. Beering Hall of
Liberal Arts and Education
100 N. University Street
Phone: (765) 494-7335work
Special EducationEducational Studies
Jasmine has a MS in Education and formerly served as a public school teacher. She has taught students in every grade level and is licensed P-12 in both Special Education: Mild Interventions and Visual Arts. Her Research interests are in teacher preparation, the development of empathy as a disposition to teach, and the inclusion of vulnerable populations in inclusive settings. She is a Purdue Entrepreneur Learning Academy (ELA) Faculty Fellow and a Purdue IMPACT (Instruction Matters: Purdue Academic Course Transformation) fellow.
She presented at the Global Conference on Education and Research (GLOCER 2017) organized by Association of North America Higher Education International (ANAHEI) on the development of empathy as a disposition to teach students with disabilities in inclusive classrooms.
- M.S. — Indiana University Northwest (2005)
- MFA — Purdue University (2009)
- BFA — BFA Indiana University (2001)
- EDPS 26500 — The Inclusive Classroom
- EDPS 46100 — Practicum in Strategies for Teaching Individuals with Disabilities