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Mr.  Daniel  L  Willis
Special Education
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Subjects Taught
Special Education, CBI


Master's Degree

Georgia State University - Projected Completion 2018

Master's of Arts in Teaching - MAT


Master's Degree

Keller Graduate School of Management - 2003

M.B.A. - Certification in Project Management


Bachelors of Science Degree

Southern Illinois University @ Edwardsville - 1995

Major Economics, Minor Business Administration


Chapel Hill High School, Douglasville, GA 2016 - present

Special Ed Teacher

  • Create adaptive lesson plans to meet Georgia Standards of excellence and the requirements to teach students with ASD.
  • Collect, graph and analyze data contrived from IEP goals to determine improvements or intervention requirements.
  • Facilitate IEP meetings to review the goals and objectives for the students and their families.


 Chapel Hill High School, Douglasville, GA 2015 - 2016


  • Assisted lead teacher in collecting data, facilitate instruction, and monitor behavior in the SID classroom.
  • Trained in facilitating a Behavior Intervention Plan or a student developed by the Marcus Institute for Autism.
  • Coordinated presentations and demonstrations as part of the teaching curriculum.


Mr. Willis is currently enrolled in a Masters program at Georgia State University in the College of Education and Human Development focussing on Special Education, specifically teaching students with Autism Spectrum Disorder.  As a paraprofessional last year, Mr. Willis was drawn to the students in the classroom and realized the need for teachers in this field.  Now as a first year teacher of record in the Severe Intellectual Disability classroom, Mr. Willis is excited about the opportunity to apply the knowledge obtained from taking courses directly to the classroom and maximize cognitive development and life skills acquisition for our students on the spectrum.