Dave Krupke worked for 41 years at the Mississippi Bend AEA in public school settings, serving regular and special education pre-school through high school populations. While at the AEA, he also worked in 0-3 services and as a member of a multi-disciplinary team doing play-based assessments. His clinical supervision experience includes 10 years at Augustana College in summer residential and community-based speech and language programs, and seven years at the University of Iowa Summer Residence Program and Summer Intensive Apraxia Programs.
Krupke is a Nationally Certified Resource Specialist and Trainer for See the Sound/Visual Phonics, a multi-sensory augmentative strategy utilized by speech-language pathologists, regular & special educators, ELL, and DHH educators. He has had several articles related to speech-language pathology published in national publications. He joined the Master of Speech-Language Pathology Program faculty in 2010.
Krupke's areas of interest include early literacy, articulation and phonology, language-learning, voice, and accent reduction. His primary responsibility is as a clinical supervisor in the Rite Care Clinic and in community-based preschools. He enjoys spending time with his adult children and grandchildren, singing, reading, writing, biking, golfing, walking, and canoeing.
Post-graduate work, University of Iowa
MA, BS, Western Illinois University