Adele Moriarty, Ed.D.


Associate Professor of Special Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Station 34
Bibb Graves 214B/205.652.3753
Professional Biography:

Public school teacher, grades 1-4, six years. Special Education teacher 19 years. Morehead State University, Morehead, KY, 11 years, special education faculty. The University of West Alabama, 5 years, special education faculty.

  • Ed.D, University of Alabama, 1995 Instructional Supervision Areas of Specialization: Curriculum and Staff Development, Gifted and Talented, and Behavior Disorders
  • M.A. Ed., University of Alabama at Birmingham, 1977 Area of Specialization: Learning Disabilities
  • B.A., Belhaven College, Jackson, MS, 1970 Elementary Education Applied Music - Piano / minor
Employment Date: August 2007
Classes usually taught:

SE 400, SE 500, SE 305. SE 451, SE 552, SE 554


ADA Committee, Graduate Council

Recent Presentations:

“Developing Positive Behavioral Support Plans” Black Belt Ed Camp, The University of West Alabama, February 11, 2012

Three presentations – “Chasing Vermeer”, “ Literacy and the Concept of Others”, and “Understanding and Using QR Codes in the Classroom” Teaching and Learning Conference, McNeese State University, Lake Charles, LA, July 26 & 27, 2012