Elizabeth Cottone, PhD
Elizabeth Cottone’s recent research focuses on resilience in marginalized communities, dyslexia, ADHD, and stroke. Over a 25-year career, Beth has worked as a special education teacher, tutor and administrator as well as a University of Virginia researcher. Today, Beth is an independent scholar, author, teacher and consultant. She finds that the most relevant information comes from the students she has taught.
Now Available: Beth's Dyslexia Book!
Beth’s recent book, Dyslexia: A Universe of Possibilities is now available Amazon.com and other online booksellers. In this unique text, Beth combines scholarship and a compassionate, first-person perspective to highlight a path forward for students with dyslexia, ADHD, and other neurodiversity.
Plus, watch for Beth’s next book, Reinvention: Life After Tramautic Change, coming in October.
Next Stroke Support Meeting
Each month, Beth hosts a virtual Stroke Support Group meeting for fellow-survivors of stroke and other brain injuries. Online and free to attend, the meetings offer fellowship, peer sharing and speaking appearances by noted experts in neurology and related fields.
Beth Cottone knows whereof she speaks, whether she is speaking or writing about children and education. She can say about more things than most of her colleagues “been there, done that.”
James M. Kauffman
Professor Emeritus of Education, University of Virginia