Linda Christensen's Home Page

Professor in Special Education
Department of Special Education and Reading
Montana State University - Billings
Billings, Montana
Office: CEHS 242
Phone: 406-657-2081

Courses Taught

SPED 311 - Teaching Students with Emotional Disturbance

SPED540 - Education of Exceptional Children


Links for Different Kinds of Accommodations
If you go to this site, I have four tracks that lead you to interesting and helpful sites on the web:
Behavior Modification: Pros and Cons
Behavior Support Strategies
Instructional Strategies
Learning Strategies

Language of Behavior

Functional Behavior Assessment

Criteria for Special Education Categories

Class Meetings Power Point

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Personal Interests

I was born and raised in Montana and still enjoy the outdoors and traveling across our beautiful state.  I am also an avid crafter, enjoying stamping, beading, cross stitch, doll-making and quilting in my spare time.  I am an avid reader, reading everything from fiction to fantasy to mysteries to non-fiction.  I  enjoy teaching and spend time trying to make my classes more relevant and more fun.  I also enjoy spending time with friends' children, so I keep in touch with the younger generation.

I have been teaching at MSU-Billings for 22 years and also for 3 years in the mid-70's.  I received my undergraduate degree in Psychology and Education from Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota, my Master's Degree in Special Education - Emotional Disturbance from University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona and my Ph.D. in Special Education from University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.  My public school experience includes three years teaching special education in St. Paul, Minnesota, one year teaching kids with emotional disturbance in Billings, Montana and three years as a behavior specialist and grad assistant at Wright School for students with emotional disturbance in Durham, North Carolina.  At one time or another, I have taught almost all of the classes in the special education program, been chair of the department two times, and now teach graduate classes in general special education and the undergraduate class on emotional disturbance.

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Contact Information

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Last revised: June 21, 2006.