Jamie True Daley
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Professional Experiences and Interests
Jaime True Daley is an assistant professor in the School of Education, specializing in special education. Dr. Daley teaches in and helps coordinate the online M.Ed. in Exceptional Children and Youth program. Dr. Daley researches the efficacy of instructional practices in K-12 and post-secondary schools that incorporate a self-determination framework. She concentrates on the impact of instruction on individuals with executive functioning challenges and how neural pathways used for reading and mathematics skills may be developed and strengthened. She is especially interested in advocating for and providing support to schools, teachers, and students with culturally and linguistically diverse needs in under-served communities. Prior to joining UD, she enjoyed experiences teaching students at all pre-K through 12 grade levels in various school settings, from juvenile justice institutions to fully-inclusive, co-taught classrooms. She achieved a Teacher of the Year Award and national board certification as an exceptional needs specialist, which led to becoming a consultant, administrator, and professional developer. She received her doctorate in special education from Johns Hopkins University in 2016.