Sheri Wilkins, PhD

Sheri Wilkins, PhD (aka Dr. Sheri) has worked in the field of public education as a paraprofessional, teacher, university professor, and professional developer for over 35 years and has had extensive experience in advising, coaching, training, and facilitating. Sheri has expertise in Direct Instruction, positive behavior supports, curriculum and instruction, school culture, special education, and systems change. She has worked with school systems across the U.S. and in Japan and Australia to bring together stakeholders in conversations designed to increase collaboration, positively impact teaching and learning, and build dynamic educational systems that are student-focused and results-driven. She is the proud mom of four sons and grandmother of five grandchildren. In 2009, following the car accident and traumatic brain injury of one of her children, Dr. Sheri focused her attention on researching specific strategies for developing executive function skills and sharing those strategies with parents and educators. This experience led Dr. Sheri to write, with co-author with Carol Burmeister, FLIPP the Switch: Strengthen Executive Function Skills.

Titles By Sheri Wilkins, PhD

Mastering Executive Function Skills from School to Adult Life for Students with Autism

by Carol Burmeister, MA., Sheri Wilkins, PhD, Rebecca Silva, PhD

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