Sonneveldt Professor of Education
Ed. 225 – Exceptional Child
Ed. 226 – Field Placement, Exceptional Child
Ed. 356 – Classroom & Behavior Management in Special
Ed. 357-358 - Field Experience in Special Education
Ed. 453 – Computers & Technology in Special Education
Ed. 488-01 – Cross Cultural Education, Native American Studies
IDS 200 – Encounter with Cultures
"NETS Know How" with two Hope students at the Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning in Detroit, Michigan in March 2013.
“Understanding Universal Design for Learning” at
the Christian Educators’ Association Conference in South
Bend, Indiana in October 2011.
Find the Tech in You: Integration 101” with two Hope students
at the Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning in
Grand Rapids, Michigan in March 2012.
Facilitator at the "Universal Design for Learning" Playground
at NECC in Washington DC (2009)
Technology into Teacher Education: A Model Implemented at One
Small American Liberal Arts College” presented at the
Eleventh International Literacy and Education Research Network
on Learning in Havana, Cuba, July 2004
at the “Assistive Technology Playground” at the
National Educational Computing Conference (NECC) in New Orleans,
June 2004, Philadelphia (2005), San Diego (2006), and Atlanta
Experiences in NETS: Distinguished Achievement Award-Winning
Teacher Preparation Programs” at NECC in Seattle, Washington,
Our P-12 Candidates to Bring Each Child Along” at AILACTE
in New Orleans, January 2003
Chaponniere, P., Cherup, S., Lodge, L., (2013).
An Interdisciplinary Approach to Improving Healthcare in One
Small village: Measuring the Impact of Health Education Modules
in Cameroon, West Africa. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, Volume 24, Number 3.
Cherup, S., & Scholten, C. (2011). “Technology Integration
Guided by Preservice Teachers, Special Education Technology Practice.
C.L., Anderson, K.M., & Cherup, S. (2009). Investment vs.
return: Outcomes of special education technology research in
literacy for students with mild disabilities. Contemporary
Issues of Technology and Teacher Education, a (3).
Cherup, S. (2007). Demonstrating Synthesis: Technology
Assessment Tools for
Field Experience Learning (Chapter 9) in Mezeske, R.J. & Mezeske,
B.A., (eds.) (2007). Beyond tests and
quizzes: Creative assessments in the college classroom. San
S. (2004). Technology Integration (Chapter 6) in Mezeske, R.J. & B.A.
Mezeske, (eds.). Finding our way: Teacher education reform
in the liberal arts setting. New York: Peter Lang.
S. & Snyder, L. (2003). A model for integrating technology
into teacher education: One college's journey. Contemporary Issues
in Technology and Teacher Education [Online serial], 3(1). Available:
T.T., Bell, R., Carmack, G., Cherup, S., Cunningham, A., Cohen,
S., Hofer, M., Petrosino, A.J., & Wetzel, K. “Meeting
the ISTE Challenge in the Field: An overview of the first six
distinguished achievement award winning programs” Journal
of Computing in Teacher Education, Volume 21, Issue 1.
S. and Linklater, L., "Integrating Technology into Preservice
Education: A model implemented at one small liberal arts college" Journal
of Computing in Teacher Education, Volume 16, Number 3.
President of the Special Education Technology Special Interest
Group of the International Society for Technology in Education
Member of the SIG Council, Advisory Board of ISTE.
for Exceptional Children
Disabilities of America
Society for Technology in Education
areas of expertise are special education, technology,
and Plains Indians. I have guided our department in the integration
of technology into existing education classes using the National
Technology Standards for Teachers (NETS*T) as the framework.
Each May, I offer a class on Rosebud Reservation
in South Dakota where students study the history and culture
of the Lakota Sioux and teach in the schools. My husband, Glenn,
and I enjoy traveling.