Faculty & Staff: Sarah MacFarland
M.S. in Special Education, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, 2008
- B.S. in Sociology & Spanish, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, 2000
- EDUC 356 – Individual Assessment
- EDUC 378 – Parent, Home, and Agency Involvement in Educating Children and Youth with Disabilities
- EDUC 365 – Assessment and Intervention Strategies for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities and their Families
- EDUC 366 – Assessment and Intervention Strategies for Preschool Children with Disabilities and their Families
- EDUC 367 – Assessment and Intervention Strategies for Children with Disabilities in the Primary Grades
Sarah MacFarland has been working with young children and families since 2000. She began her career as a home visitor, working with at-risk families. Sarah has also worked as a service coordinator for a birth-to-three early intervention program and as a bilingual preschool teacher in an Even Start Family Literacy program. From 2006-17, Sarah taught early childhood special education in public schools.
Areas of Interest
- Social-Emotional Development
- Inclusive Preschool Practices
- Play-Based Instruction
- MacFarland, S. (2017, June). An Adoptive Family's Perspective on Attachment and Child Development.
Wisconsin Alliance for Infant Mental Health Conference, Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin