Faculty & Staff
-Assistive and Instructional Technology
Dr. Tuttle has masters and doctoral degrees in Special Education. Dr. Tuttle began her career in higher education working as a Disability Services provider after working as a certified special education teacher in Tennessee and Ohio in the public K-12 setting. For the past 12 years, Dr. Tuttle has coordinated support services for students with disabilities at the college level, prepared future teachers of students with disabilities, and supported classroom special education teachers. She has been both a state-level NCATE and national CAEP accreditation reviewer and has presented on assessment, accommodations, transitions, and trauma-informed practices at the regional, state, and national levels. Her focus is on preparing all teachers to provide effective and supportive educational environments that afford all students access to rigorous, college-ready curriculum.