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Presentations

Todd Whitney

Asst Professor

Instruction Curriculum Leadership

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Email: jtwhtney@memphis.edu

  • *Cooper, J., Lingo, A., & Whitney, T. (2014, April).  Effects of increasing opportunities to respond on student engagement.  Council for Exceptional Children Convention & Exposition, Philadelphia, PA.
  • *Courtade, G., Lingo, A., & Whitney, T. (2014, April).  Using childrenís literature to teach CCSS mathematics to students with moderate/severe disabilities.  Council for Exceptional Children Convention & Exposition, Philadelphia, PA.
  • *Hunter, W., Williamson, R. Whitney, T., Stratton, E., & Murley, R. (2014, March).  Reviewing the first year implementation of SWPBS within a rural school district.  Poster presented at 11th International Conference on Positive Behavior Support, Chicago, IL.
  • *Whitney, T., Lingo, A. S. (2013, November).  Using shared story reading in mathematics for students with disabilities.  NCTM Regional Conference & Exposition, Louisville, Kentucky.
  • Whitney, T. (2013, June).  Effective strategies for students struggling in mathematics.  University of Louisville Special Education Conference: Innovative Research to Practical Application, Louisville, Kentucky.
  • *Cooper, J., Whitney, T., & Lingo, A. S. (2013, April).  Increasing the opportunities for successful transitions for college students with learning disabilities.  Poster presented at Council for Exceptional Children Convention & Exposition, San Antonio, Texas.
  • *Courtade, G., Karp, K., Whitney, T., & Lingo, A. (2012, November).  Using shared story reading to teach mathematics skills to elementary students with moderate and severe disabilities.  Kentucky Council for Exceptional Children Annual Conference, Louisville, Kentucky.
  • *Whitney, T., Cooper, J., & Lingo, A. S. (2012, November).  Improving student engagement during mathematics instruction using childrenís literature.  Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
  • *Cooper, J., Lingo, A. S., & Whitney, T. (2011, February). Effective strategies for teaching reading to students with challenging behaviors. Midwest Symposium for Leadership in Behavior Disorders, Kansas City, Missouri.
  • *Lingo, A. S., & Whitney, T. (2011, February). Mathematics for students exhibiting challenging behavior: Characteristics of learners and strategies for intervention. Midwest Symposium for Leadership in Behavior Disorders, Kansas City, Missouri.
  • *Hirn, R. G., & Whitney, T. (2010, February). A targeted intervention for children with challenging behaviors: Positive results with a mathematics fluency building strategy. Midwest Symposium for Leadership in Behavior Disorders, Kansas City, Missouri.


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