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Lynn Roper

Education Undergraduate

Lynn Roper, Assistant Professor of Special Education

Biography

Prior to coming to Cedarville University, Professor Roper taught students with mild to moderate disabilities in a public middle school. She worked both as a co-teacher in the regular education classroom as well as in the resource room. She collaborated with teachers, providing differentiated instructional support and consulting on intervention needs. She then taught special education courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels for five years at Asbury University. She was also the director of the support program for students with disabilities. Professor Roper is passionate about mentoring future teachers who desire to be the best they can be for their students. She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in special education at the University of Kentucky.

Education and Credentials

  • Ph.D. in Special Education (ABD), University of Kentucky
  • M.S.W., University of Kentucky
  • B.S. in Physical Education and Health, Asbury University
  • Fifth Year Certification in Special Education, University of Kentucky
  • Kentucky Teaching Certificate, Physical Education (Grades K–12), Learning and Behavior Disorders (Grades K–12)
  • Kentucky Consultant Certification
  • Kentucky School Social Work Certification

Interests

  • I enjoy traveling with my husband, Kevin, whether it’s to California or to visit his family in Jamaica. Spending time with my family is an activity I always enjoy. I enjoy biking, exploring state and national parks, as well watching University of Kentucky football and basketball.
  • Why I'm at Cedarville: I started teaching at Cedarville in 2010 three weeks after marrying my best friend and husband, Dr. Kevin Roper. Kevin has taught at Cedarville for more than 15 years and this is a place that we can both teach and enjoy mentoring college students.

Contact Information

Expert Topics

  • College Students with Learning Disabilities and/or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders
  • Learning and Behavior Disorders