College of Education Faculty & Staff

Rebecca Schulte

Rebecca Schulte
Assistant Professor of Education; Special Education Program Coordinator (Eugene)

Rebecca Schulte teaches and coordinates the special education program on the Eugene campus. Rebecca has been both a general and special education teacher in K-12 schools, and early childhood special education. She is involved in collaborative partnerships for professional development with partnering districts, and serves on many state committees. Her research interests are related to collaboration between general and special education teachers, reflective practices, and the inclusion of students with disabilities.


Recent Publications

Schulte, R. (in-press). Using picture journals to support language, literacy, parent involvement and inclusion in preschool. Teaching Young Children. National Association for the Education of Young Children.

Schulte, R. (2009) Journal writing in the computer age. In Stevens, D. & Cooper, J. (Ed.) Journal keeping: How to use reflective writing for effective learning, teaching, professional insight and positive change. PA; Stylus Press.

Schulte, R. (2004). The Inventory of Learning Readiness. Billings, Montana: Lexicon Press.

Contact Information

Phone: 541-485-6812