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Carole Patrylo, Ed.D.

Carole Patrylo, Ed.D.

Assistant Professor


I have been in the field of education for the past 37 years. I am certified both in general education and special education and principal/supervisor in New Jersey. I have had the privilege of teaching from first grade through high school in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and New York. My devotion is the special needs population and that is reflected in my teaching of both undergraduate and graduate courses. I was Director of the Graduate Inclusion Program for 14 years that served children from early childhood through high school. The focus also was on relationships with families. In 2009 I was appointed Associate Director, Autism Program. I co-authored the Proposal for an Autism Certificate, Education Department. It was approved and LaSalle now has a four course sequence, 12 credits, to obtain the Certificate. I am on the Dean’s Committee for The LADDER Family Center ( LaSalle Autism Developmental Disabilities). I also have an active role each year with the annual Autism Conference at LaSalle in partnership with the Greentree School.


  • Differentiated Curriculum
  • IEP Development
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder


  • Ed.D. Early Childhood and Special Education, Nova Southeastern University
  • Graduate Course in Masters Program , Rutgers University
  • B.A. Elementary Education, College of New Jersey


  • Special education ( history, law, characteristics, accommodations)
  • Differentiated instruction
  • Undergraduate and graduate seminar
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder



Patrylo, C. Implementation of a Videotape Program for regular Classroom Teachers Involved in Mainstreaming. ERIC (ED262867)

Patrylo, C. and Wilson, Patricia. “Broadening Horizons : Using Innovative and Interdisciplinary Approaches to Teaching About Autism . The poster and abstract to be published in Psychology Learning and Teaching.


“The Design and Implementation of a Summer Graduate Program Serving Students in an Inclusionary Setting with Family Emphasis”. Autism Conference, May 2009.

“Broadening Horizons: Using Innovative and Interdisciplinary Approaches to Teaching About Autism”. Carole A. Patrylo , Ed.D. and Patricia Wilson, Ph.D. Vancouver International Conference