Sue Rebich

Faculty Site Coordinator - Elementary Education, Dual Licensure, Birth to Kindergarten and Special Education
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Dr. Rebich's primary responsibilities include the supervision of student teachers and graduate interns in Birth-Kindergarten, Elementary, and Special Education licensure areas. Along with supervision, she teaches in the department of Special Education and Child and Family Development. Dr. Rebich's areas of interest include early childhood education, edTPA support, siblings of children/adults with disabilities, and beginning teacher support.


Ph.D. - UNC Charlotte, 2011 - Special Education with Early Childhood focus
Master of Human Development and Learning - UNC Charlotte, 1984 - Learning Disabilities and Mental Handicaps
B.S. - Youngstown State University, 1977 - Elementary and Special Education


Student Teaching/Graduate Internship: Child and Family Development, Special Education, and Elementary Education
Supporting Diverse Young Learners-Birth through Eight

Research Interests/Areas of Expertise

Siblings of Children with Disabilities
Beginning Teachers

Community Involvement

Family Support Network of Southern Piedmont (FSNSP) - Board Chair
Sibshops of Cabarrus County - Co-Director
Camp SOAR (Special Olympics Athletic Retreat) - Steering Committee
Cabarrus Local Interagency Coordinating Council (LICC) - Member