Sharon
M.
Noble
Adjunct Faculty, School of Education

Teaching at Cairn since 2018

Sharon M. Noble

Education

  • Applied Behavior Analysis, Florida Institute of Technology
  • MA Special Education, California State University, San Bernardino
  • BA Political Science, Whittier College

Biography

Ms. Sharon Noble teaches graduate courses in applied behavior analysis at the University. She spent 14 years in Morongo USD as the teacher for an autism program with multiple grade levels. After 10 years of teaching, she began studying Applied Behavior Analysis and became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She resigned from classroom teaching to pilot a social coaching position as a sub-contractor, using her scope as a BCBA to help students in general education settings become successful learners. She has taught courses in special education and applied behavior analysis at the university level since 2005.

Additional Information

Academic Specialties & Interests:

  • Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Special Education
  • Elementary Instruction

Teaching at Cairn since 2018

Contact Information:
snoble@cairn.edu