Katie M. Miller, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Special Education at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) on the Boca Raton campus. She earned her doctorate in Exceptional Student Education at the University of Central Florida (UCF). Dr. Miller teaches courses on assistive technology, reading interventions, special education instructional methods, and metacognitive strategies. Her research focus is on examining evidence-based interventions infusing technology to increase academic performance for students with disabilities. She has a particular interest in Self-Regulated Strategy Development (SRSD) in writing. Dr. Miller is passionate about teacher education and finding best practices for increasing special education teacher efficacy across inclusive environments.
Originally from Buffalo, New York, she completed her undergraduate and graduate work in Childhood Education (1-6) and Special Education (1-6) at Daemen University in Amherst, NY. She has worked as a special educator in the elementary setting across Florida in Lee and Osceola county. Most of her experience has been working in urban settings with students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Prior to joining the Exceptional Student Education department at FAU, Dr. Miller worked as the Project Coordinator for the National Urban Special Education Leadership Initiative (NUSELI) at UCF.
Department of Special Education
Office Phone: 561-297-3284
Office Location: ED 47 - 425