Katherine Baulier

Doctoral Student

Katherine Baulier is a doctoral student at Boston University Wheelock College of Education & Human Development, working toward a doctorate in educational studies with a concentration in special education. Her research centers preservice general education teachers’ mindsets on the inclusion of students with extensive support needs, especially those with multiply marginalized identities. Using qualitative methodologies, Katie explores how preservice teachers’ inclusive pedagogies can be developed, improved, and sustained so that all learners have access to the general education curriculum, peer models, and high-quality instruction.

Previously, Katie served as a substantially separate special education teacher in Boston Public Schools and Brookline Public Schools.

Pronouns: she/her/hers

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EdM, Severe Special Education (All Levels), Boston University

BA, Human Development, Applied Statistics and Psychology, Connecticut College

SED SE510: Special Education: Curriculum & Instruction

Rossetti, Z., Lehr, D., Shaheen, T., Baulier, K., Burnette, K., & Taub, D. (in review). Parent perceptions of remote instruction for students with extensive support needs. Submitted to: Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities.

Carroll, M., Baulier, K., Schneider, C. C., Bettini, E., & Green, J. G. (in review). U.S. middle and high school teacher attributions of externalizing student behavior. Submitted to: Behavioral Disorders.

Baulier, K. (2022, January 16-19). Exploring preservice general education teachers' mindsets toward the inclusion of students with disabilities. [Poster Presentation]. Council for Exceptional Children—Teacher Education Division Kaleidoscope, Orlando, FL, United States.

Rossetti, Z., Lehr, D., Baulier, K., Shaheen, T., Burnette, K., & Taub, D. (2021, December 1-5). Successful approaches and needed solutions for remote instruction of students with extensive support needs. [Conference Presentation]. TASH Conference, Virtual Conference.

Baulier, K. & Carroll, M. (2021, March 9). Secondary teacher attributions of externalizing student behaviors. [Poster Presentation]. Council for Exceptional Children—Teacher Education Division Kaleidoscope, Virtual Conference.