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Credentials and Experience


1985 M.Ed. (Special Education / Learning Disabilities) (with Honors) CBN University (now Regent Univ.) Virginia Beach, VA

1968 M.A. (Special Education / Pre-School, Culturally Disadvantaged) University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, IL

1967 B.S. (French Secondary Education) University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, IL

Professional experience

1999-2016  Owner and Sole Proprietor – HIS Place for Help in School: Educational Consulting and Diagnostic Testing Services, Speaker

2003  Fairfax County, Circuit Court, January 15/16, 2003. Certified Expert Witness

2001-2004  Consultant/Editor, Curriculum Unit Development, Modern Red Schoolhouse (Nashville, TN) (NPO; school reform)

2004-2005  Consultant/Trainer, On-Site School Reform, Modern Red Schoolhouse (Nashville, TN) (NPO; school reform)

1998-2001  Teacher: Teaching English as Second Language (part-time), Grades 3-5. Chesapeake Public Schools, Crestwood Intermediate School, Chesapeake, VA

1987-1999  Teacher: Learning Disabilities (Self-Contained and Resource) Grades 3-8. Retired, Chesapeake Public Schools, Chesapeake, VA

1993-2001  Adjunct Instructor: Regent University, School of Education, Virginia Beach, VA

      Teaching At-Risk Students

      Identifying and Assessing At-Risk Children

      Teaching/Assessing Students with LD/Learning Differences

      Learner Disabilities / Learner Differences

      Internship-Mental Retardation (instructional team member)

1991   Reviewer, Special Education Model Curriculum, Virginia Department of Education (Dr. Patricia Abrams, Project Director)

1982-1984  Teacher, Learning Disabilities, Hampton Christian Schools: Elementary and High School

1981-1982  Supervisor/Teacher, Grace Bible School, Gloucester, VA. K-12

1980-1981  Supervisor/Teacher, Hopesville Christian Academy, Gloucester, VA

Professional activities

2016: Speaker: Home Educators Association of Virginia, Annual Convention

2012-2016 The Old Schoolhouse Magazine (SchoolhouseTeachers.com), contributor of monthly articles on special needs topics

2013 Speaker at Greater Roanoke Home Educators meeting in April 2013

2011 Homeschool Success Seminar, for Home Educators Association of Virginia, April 12, 2011, Richmond, VA

2010 Workshop presenter, LDS Eastern Home Educators Conference, Southern Virginia University, Buena Vista, Virginia, May 27-28, 2010

2010 Workshop presenter,Christian Homeschoolers of Hawaii annual convention, Honolulu, March 12-13, 2010; Honolulu, March 10-19, 2010

2010 Speaker, Learning Disabilities Association annual convention, Baltimore, February 20, 2010

2009 Workshop presenter, Louisiana Homeschoolers annual convention, Baton Rouge, April 2009

2008 2-day weekend workshop presenter for Greater Roanoke (VA) Home Educators: Principles of Effective Instruction; When to Have a Child Tested for Special Needs; Choosing and Using Curriculum; Study Tools and Alternative Assessments. March 14-15, 2008

2001-2008, 2010-2016 Home Educators Association of Virginia; Annual Conventions; Workshops on special needs topics

2001 Advisor, Chesapeake SPEAR: Special Education Parents and Educators Advocating for Our Rights

2000-2001 Advocate for Students with Special Education Needs: 35-hour training course in Advocacy; Endependence Center, Norfolk, Virginia

1999-2000 Co-editor and Scriptwriter for Dream Academy under Dr. Joan Johnson, School of Education, Regent University, Virginia Beach, VA

1998-1999 "Virginia View" Advisory Board Member, Virginia Tech University: Transition Planning Program available for students and community

1988 Co-author (with Dr. John C. Munday Jr.) of elementary science workbook, "Life Science," accompanying CBN's Life Science Creation Video (Virginia Beach, VA: CBN Publishing)


Judith B. Munday, Teaching a Child with Special Needs at Home and at School: Strategies and Tools that Really Work!, WestBow Press, 2016, in press (296 pp.)

Judith B. Munday, "Homeschooling the Special Needs Child," in Celebrating Special Children: Virginia Statewide Edition 2008-09. Information and Resources for Families of Children of all Ages with Special Needs in the Commonwealth., CSC, 7921 Jones Branch Dr., McLean, VA 22102

Judith B. Munday, Teaching Your Special Needs Student - Strategies and Tools that Really Work: You Can Do This at Home!, Chesapeake, VA, 2008, 136 pp.

Judith B. Munday, The Student Education Plan (SEP): A Preparation Guide, Chesapeake, VA, 2005,    61 pp.

Objective Accreditations

Postgraduate Professional License, Commonwealth of Virginia: French Language Instruction. Pre-K–12; Special Education, Learning Disabilities K–12. Valid through June 30, 2014.

Memberships and Honors

Council for Exceptional Children, Division of Learning Disabilities and Developmental Delays

Learning Disabilities Association of America

National Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET)

Virginia Professional Educators

2008 listing in National Association of Professional and Executive Women

Family, Interests, and Activities

Judi has been married for 51 years to Dr. John C. Munday Jr. and has three wonderful married children, Brandon, Sarah, and Sherrod. Their children, their spouses, and their 10 grandchildren are a major joy in her life. She attends Great Bridge Presbyterian Church, Chesapeake, VA. She enjoys flower arranging and istrying to finish work on a Two-Gray Hills rug she began weaving on an authentic Navajo-style loom. She also has a collection of Navajo Indian rugs and miniature Indian pots  John and Judi frequently travel to the Southwest or Hawaii. In 2016, she fulfilled the top trip on her bucket list by spending a month in France! 

Judi says "In my teaching career, I have sought both to attain excellence and to inspire graduate students, many student teachers, and younger students to reach for excellence -- even when it requires overcoming great challenges. It is my desire that young students become self-sufficient and that their parents become fully equipped to carry out their key role in the lives of their children. In working with student teachers and graduate students, I have attempted to instill a love of excellence seasoned with a dose of the "real world" of teaching in public school settings. In my private practice, I work to educate and encourage parents of my clients to learn about their child's unique needs and to become the primary educators in their children's lives. These principles underlie all my career objectives."