Aubry Threlkeld, Ed.D., is a critical psychologist who specializes in disability studies, education, sexuality, and technology. He has lectured at Pace University, Tufts University, and Harvard University. He teaches online, in-person, and hybrid classes.
Doctor of Education in Human Development and Education
Master of Science in Elementary Education
Bachelor of Arts in History of Art
Special Connections: Curriculum project focused on promoting access to healthcare and education resources for families with children with special healthcare needs.
Assistive & Augmentative Technology
Linguistics & Language Acquisition
- Threlkeld, A. & Pieplow, S. (2018) Method to our madness: Teaching across Mental Disability. In Jeffress, M. (ed). International perspectives on teaching with a disability. New York, NY: Routledge.
- Threlkeld, A. (2013). New media as assistive technology: From barriers to beginnings. In DaCosta, B. and Sook, S. (eds.) Assistive technology: Research, practice and theory. New York, NY: IGI Global.
- Threlkeld, A. (2013). Teaching children literature about same-sex parenting: A critical queer literacy approach. In Lawrence, S. (ed.) Critical practice in P-12 education: Transformative teaching and learning. New York, NY: IGI Global.