2014 Concurrent Sessions Filter by track No Filter Diversity & Cultural CompetencyTransitionAdvocacyHuman RightsProfessional DevelopmentInclusive EducationPositive Behavior SupportsCommunicationCommunity LivingEmploymentTranstionSWIFT StrandResearchAdvocayCommuicationAdovacyHuman Rights Advocacy of Children: Passing Legislation on Restraint & SeclusionPositive Behavior Support Filter by location No Filter Meeting Room 4Meeting Room 15Meeting Room 13Congressional Ballroom AMount Vernon Square BMount Vernon Square AMeeting Room 19Meeting Room 2Meeting Room 3Meeting Room 8Meeting Room 10Meeting Room 17Penn QuarterMeeting Room 18Meeting Room 12Meeting Room 5Meeting Room 9Meeting Room 14Meeting Room 16Meeting Room 11Meeting Room 6Meeting Room 7 December 4, 2014 08:20-9:30AM Back to top Meeting Room 4 A review of research on cultural and linguistic diversity in severe disabilities Jordan Shurr Andrea Jasper Meaghan McCollow Meeting Room 8 Accessing Grade Aligned Language Arts: Researching an Ipad App Pamela Mims Meeting Room 14 AT and Children Isabel Duncanwood Meeting Room 16 Basecamp: Teaching Algebra Skills to Students with Intellectual Disability Mount Vernon Square A Educators as Mirrors for Students’ Responses to Their Classmates with Behavior Issues Mount Vernon Square B Families’ Stories: Moving A Transformational Experience for Teachers into the Future Margo Collier Meeting Room 9 Alternate Achievement Literacy in Inclusive Settings for Students with ASD and ID Caryn Allison Diane Browder Julie Thompson Mount Vernon Square A Educators as mirrors for students’ responses to their classmates with behavior issues Fernanda Orsati 09:40-10:50AM Back to top Meeting Room 5 Building Buddies: An Online Friendship Toolkit Jennifer Schowengerdt Meeting Room 14 College and Career Readiness for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities Meeting Room 15 Communicators: A Curriculum for Coaching Paraprofessionals to Use Language Stimulation Strategies Ali Steers Meeting Room 19 A Meeting of the Minds: A Multiple Case Study Involving AAC Gretchen Cole-Lade Meeting Room 18 The Impact of Standards-Based Reform on Inclusive Education in Urban High Schools Mount Vernon Square A Pairing College and Employment for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities Kalie Deaton 1:40-2:40PM Back to top Meeting Room 8 Framework for Adaptations to General Education Learning Objectives for Students with Disabilities Rebecca Schulte Meeting Room 12 Function-Based Intervention in Inclusive School Settings: A Meta-Analysis Virginia Walker Meeting Room 13 How One School Used UDL to Re-engineer Student Learning and Space Amy Toson Meeting Room 15 Integrating Technology on a College Campus Meeting Room 16 Internships: One Step Closer To Employment in the 21st Century Meeting Room 19 School Clubs: Getting Students with Severe Disabilities Involved Alicia Pence Meeting Room 18 Current Status of Assistive Technology (AT) Implementation in Western PA Young-Gyoung Kim Mount Vernon Square B Examining the Past Decade of Educational Settings for Students with Significant Disabilities Mary Morningstar Mount Vernon Square A Moving from the Vision to the Reality of Inclusive Schools Meeting Room 3 Cycling Assessment with Instruction for Students with the Most Significant Support Needs 11:00AM-12:10PM Back to top Meeting Room 2 Creating and Sustaining Inclusive Classrooms through a Coaching Model Trisha Nishimura Meeting Room 3 Creating Communication Opportunities in Inclusive Classrooms through Paraprofessional Facilitation Yun-Ching Chung Mount Vernon Square A Don’t You Dare Dumb it Down: Supporting High Expectations in Inclusive Classrooms Whitney Rapp Meeting Room 18 First Year Teacher Follow Along Study Meeting Room 12 Teaching Peers to Support Conversations with High School Students with ASD Linda Bambara Meeting Room 19 Retrospectives on Factors Influencing Inclusive Opportunities for College Students with Multiple Disabilities Ann-Marie Orlando 12:20-1:30PM Back to top Meeting Room 8 Research to Practice: Equipping Schools Statewide to Support Inclusion and Peer Relationships Meeting Room 9 Social Capital: Adolescents’ Egocentric Network Membership and its Impact on Social Activity Meeting Room 18 The Impact of the EdTPA on Preservice Teacher Preparation Terri Ward 2:50-3:50PM Back to top Meeting Room 3 IPad Appy Hour: Lessons from the Field Craig Miner Meeting Room 8 Literacy for All: Free Web-based Tools for Making Complex Text Accessible Karen McCaleb Meeting Room 14 Participation of Students with Severe Disabilities in Extracurricular Activities: How and Are They Included? Martin Agran Meeting Room 18 Peer Interactions of High School Students with Severe Disabilities During Inclusive Service-Learning Meeting Room 12 Peer Supports and Networks for Adolescents with Severe Disabilities: Lessons Learned Heartley Huber Erik Carter Mount Vernon Square B TASH’s National Advocacy of a Research Agenda for Inclusive Education Mary Morningstar Meeting Room 4 Shared Book Reading: Engaging Students in Communication & Literacy Mount Vernon Square A All Means All: Domains and Features of a Fully Inclusive School 4:00-5:00PM Back to top Meeting Room 9 Racial Inequalities for Students Placed into Segregated Spaces with a Subjective Disability Layla Dehaiman Meeting Room 2 Collaborative Decision Making: Maximizing Paraprofessional-Teacher Relationships and Student Outcomes Adie Buchinsky Gabby Salcedo Meeting Room 3 Job-Embedded Professional Development: Transforming Literacy Learning Amanda Bock Meeting Room 5 Project MATH: inclusive math education for students with severe intellectual disability Bree Jimenez Meeting Room 12 Reaching All Students with Effective Inclusive Practices Savanna Flakes Meeting Room 14 Rethinking College: A Film and Teaching and Advocacy Tool Cate Weir Meeting Room 15 Rethinking the Link: Supporting Family, School, Community Linkages Trisha Nishimura Meeting Room 16 Revisiting Related Services Decision-Making in Inclusion-Oriented Schools Michael Giangreco Meeting Room 19 California Statewide Reform of Special Education Services: Input into Task Force Recommendations Ann Halvorsen Meeting Room 18 Pushing the Acceptance Envelope: Higher Education for Students with Intellectual Disabilities 5:10-6:10PM Back to top Meeting Room 2 Family members enhance the literacy and communication of teens with significant disabilities Denise Clark Theresa Wegner Meeting Room 3 Implementing Inclusive Education: The Teacher’s Toolkit Jennifer Kurth Meeting Room 4 Be the Future Through Grade Level Math Instruction Using a CRA Model Sharon Leonard Meeting Room 15 Finding the Courses that “Fit” College Students with Intellectual Disabilities Beth Bader Meeting Room 16 New Outlook on a Group of Brilliant People: Changing Preservice Teachers’ Views on Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities Amy Williamson Meeting Room 19 Journey to the Core: Creating a Core Vocabulary for the Common Core Meeting Room 18 What About Chemistry? Supports for Students’ Participation in General Education Academic Lessons Cheryl Jorgensen Meeting Room 12 Parent Perspectives on Inclusive Education: Examining Outcomes for Individual Students Katie Staton Meeting Room 13 Reflexive and Reflective Model for Co-planning and Teaching with the Common Core Carrie E. Rood December 5, 2014 08:00-9:00AM Back to top Meeting Room 3 Self Determination with Universal Design-Preparing Youth for Their Future Chad Bouchard Meeting Room 5 Students with Disabilities Partnering with Technology Companies to Develop Accessible Educational Technology Meeting Room 8 Supports for Inclusion: Instructional Resources for Students who take the Alternate Assessment Jacqueline Norman Karen Guettler Ricki Sabia Meeting Room 9 Ten Year Commitment to Full Inclusion Meeting Room 10 The Engagement Gap of Youth with Disabilities Meeting Room 11 The Future of Inclusive Education: Using Project Based Learning Method for Empowerment Anthony Rodriguez Meeting Room 12 Special Education in Our Schools Viewed Through an Inclusive Cultural Lens Ashleigh Molloy Mount Vernon Square B One School’s Process of Providing Access to the General Education Curriculum Amy Olson Meeting Room 17 Creating Your Own Accessible Text to Support Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities Melissa Ainsworth Penn Quarter Narrating Behavior: Deconstructing the translation and mentoring practices for emerging teachers Carrie E. Rood Christine Ashby 09:10-10:10AM Back to top Meeting Room 3 Transition to Post Secondary Education: Review of the First Cohort Outcomes Domenico Cavaiuolo Meeting Room 4 Trends and Outcomes for College Students with Intellectual Disabilities Cate Weir Meeting Room 5 Universal Design for Learning PLUS: Curriculum & Instruction that Accommodates ALL Learners Cheryl Jorgensen Meeting Room 6 Using SM to Reduce Off-Task Behavior of Students with EBD: Literature Review Oluwole Ilesanmi Meeting Room 9 Preparing Future Leaders: Promoting Prosocial Behaviors and Preventing Challenging Behaviors with Preschoolers Delilah Krasch Meeting Room 12 Pre-service Teachers as Advocates of Social Inclusion of Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities Meeting Room 19 Optimized Inclusive Practices: State-wide Technical Assistance Project Deborah Taub Penn Quarter Preparing Teachers with Expertise in Severe Disabilities: What Works for Non-Traditional Learners? Stacy Dymond Mount Vernon Square B Peer Supports For All: A School-Wide Peer Supports Program to Promote Inclusion April Regester 1:50-2:50PM Back to top Meeting Room 8 The Little School That Could: A Bilingual ASL Inclusive Charter School Elizabeth Stringer Keefe Liz Keefe Meeting Room 17 Designing and Implementing Meaningful Access to the Core Curriculum Jennifer Kurth Meeting Room 12 Postsecondary Outcomes for Students with Intellectual Disabilities Eric Hartz Meeting Room 5 Including Students with Severe Disabilities in Social Network Measures Using Technology Meeting Room 4 Inclusive Related Service Provision: Lessons from Practitioners Meeting Room 13 Social Model of Disability: Reframing Disability In Teacher Education Programs and Classrooms Leah Kelley Elizabeth “Ibby” Grace Meeting Room 7 Function-based Interventions for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders in Schools Ailsa Goh Meeting Room 14 Animal-Assisted Therapy and Children with Disabilities Meeting Room 16 Schoolwide Self-Assessment of Inclusive Practices: Refining Systems Within Inclusive Schools Amy Hanreddy Meeting Room 9 Perspectives on Roles of Paraeducators in Inclusive Classrooms: Developing Improved Approaches Meeting Room 10 Identifying and implementing supports through Support Needs Assessment and Problem-solving (SNAP) process Stephanie DeSpain Penn Quarter A Tale of One City: Special Education Reform in an Urban District Katrina Arndt Susan Hildenbrand Mount Vernon Square B Creating Equity and Excellence for ALL Learners: Examining the Impact of Policy Jenny Stonemeier Meeting Room 19 Dynamic Learning Maps: The New Generation of Alternate Assessments Karen Erickson Meeting Room 3 A Father’s Contribution in Child Development Meeting Room 2 Effective and Ethical Use of Paraprofessionals 10:20-11:20AM Back to top Meeting Room 3 What supports the collaborative practices of new teachers in inclusive settings? Elizabeth Altieri Sarah Billeter Kathy O’Dell Maureen Powers Judy Robins Meeting Room 5 Using Narratives by Individuals with Autism to Develop Strategies for Writing Tutors Meeting Room 7 Toys for Inclusion: Collaborative Human-Centered Design Maeve Jopson Meeting Room 17 Parents and educators as allies for inclusion in kindergarten and beyond Ruth Falco Abigail Braithwaite Angela Jarvis-Holland Meeting Room 9 Access to General Education Contexts and Student Outcomes: Does Policy Matter? Meeting Room 11 Getting an Accurate Present Level of Performance by Finding “Splinter Skills” Dennis Campbell Meeting Room 16 Ask Us About Inclusion! Meeting Room 13 Free/Low-Cost Assistive Technologies for School, Community, and Social Access Penn Quarter Inclusion: The Henry Frost Story 11:30-12:30PM Back to top Meeting Room 3 Effects of Video Modeling on Young Children With Disabilities: A Research Synthesis Conrad Oh-Young Delilah Krasch Meeting Room 15 Preparing Teachers for Inclusion: An Overview of Teacher Education Programs David L. Westling Meeting Room 16 Administrators’ Expectations of Expertise Among Teachers of Students with Severe Disabilities Andrea Ruppar Amy Olson Meeting Room 19 From the Dorm to the Community: Achieving Successful Inclusion After College Kelly Kelley Rebecca Garland David Maennle Meeting Room 4 Family Support Program: Peer Support for Families with Children with Developmental Disabilities Denise Gould Heather Lytle Meeting Room 6 Evidence and Experience Based Practice for Inclusive Teaching: Seeking a Workable Definition Judy Bentley Meeting Room 7 Reading Comprehension Strategies to Support Learners with Autism in the Inclusive Classroom Amy Accardo Meeting Room 11 Planning for Access and Independence: Technology and Supports for Text Comprehension Meeting Room 2 Thematic Units to Teach Students with Disabilities Academics Connected to the CCSS Glenda Hyer Penn Quarter ADHD Discourse in Special Education Textbooks Justin Freedman Meeting Room 17 Emergent Literacy Skill Generalization On An iPad® For Students With Developmental Disabilities Amy Kemp-Inman Fred Spooner Meeting Room 10 “The Path of Equality”: Supporting High School Students with Complex Communication Needs Christine Ashby Casey (Reutemann) Woodfield Meeting Room 8 Inclusive School Settings for Students with Autism Mount Vernon Square B Supports provided to students with severe disabilities in inclusive classrooms 12:40-1:40PM Back to top Meeting Room 2 The True Colors of My Life Meeting Room 3 The Future of Teacher Evaluation: Supporting All Teachers in Inclusive Contexts Andrea Ruppar Meeting Room 9 Responsive and Purposeful Literacy Instruction Amanda Bock Meeting Room 8 Teaching inclusion with literature: When teachers and their students linger in text Mary Fisher William Blackwell Meeting Room 9 Teaching Inclusion to Future Special Educators: Parent Simulations to Promote Family-Centered Practices Adam Moore Meeting Room 11 Teacher Evaluation and Special Educators: Trends and Issues from the Field Julia White Meeting Room 10 Teachers’ Beliefs about including Secondary Students with Complex Health Care Needs Sarah Ballard Meeting Room 14 Comprehension Strategies for Including Students with Significant Support Needs in Core Content Victoria Knight Pamela Mims Meeting Room 16 Success! Supporting students with intellectual and developmental disabilities in university residence halls April Regester Meeting Room 17 Dream Big! Advocating for an Inclusive Life for Your Child Carolyn Hayer Mount Vernon Square B Supporting Participation and Learning: Lessons Learned from Inclusive Classrooms Mary Morningstar Jenny Stonemeier 3:00-4:00PM Back to top Meeting Room 2 Teaching General Education Majors to Embrace, Advocate For, and Educate Diverse Learners Meeting Room 18 Building Advocacy and Creating Access in a Time of Change Meeting Room 14 Promoting Common Core Mathematics for A Student with Autism in Inclusive Settings Fred Spooner Diane Browder Meeting Room 8 Accessibility of the Common Core in Inclusive Early Childhood and Elementary Classrooms Meeting Room 6 Increasing Listening Comprehension for Students with Moderate Intellectual Disability During Literacy Class Melissa Hudson Meeting Room 16 Access, Access, Access! for Children with Deaf-blindness Sookyung Shin Meeting Room 12 Can Science Instruction Increase Quality of Life for Students with Significant Needs? Victoria Knight Mount Vernon Square B A Bridge Towards Success: An Integrative Model for Inclusion for ASD Students Meeting Room 19 Progress Monitoring and Data Collection: Using Apps on Hand-held Devices.