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Presentations

KAY C REEVES

Clinical Assoc Professor

Instruction Curriculum Leadership

Office Location: 401 C Ball Hall

Phone: (901) 678-3859

Email: kcreeves@memphis.edu

  • Williamson, R., Hunter, W., Casey, L., & Reeves, K. (July 15, 2014). iPads and autism: Examining iPad-based AAC on the ability to mand. Annual Meeting of the Council for Exceptional Children's Division of International Special Education and Services, Braga, Portugal.(Refereed)
  • Reeves, K., Hunter, L., & Sego, C. (April 20, 2013). Ipad apps as developmental teaching tools for young children birth to 3. A presentation at Memphis Association for the Education of Young Children (MAEYC). (Refereed)

  • Reeves, K.C. (Summer, 1999-2013). Families with Special Needs. Presentation to a counseling class in the Department of Psychology, The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN.    (Non-refereed)   
  • Robertson, J. S., Casey, L.B., Reeves, K.C., Singleton, J., Taylor, S., & Williamson, R.L. (April, 2011). Higher education inclusion: What do unified teacher preparation programs look like? International Conference of Council for Exceptional Children, National Harbor, MD. (Refereed)      

  • Robertson, J. S., Casey, L.B., Reeves, K., & Smith, C. (2011, April). Does alternative preparation fo special education teachers impact teacher retention? AERA National Conference, New Orleans, LA.(Refereed)    
  •  Roberston, J.S., Casey, L.B., Williamson, R.L., Reeves, K., Smith, C. (2011, April). What principals want to know about special education. AERA National Conference, New Orleans, LA. (Refereed)
  •  Casey, L.B., Zanksas, S., Williamson, R., & Reeves, K. (2011, April). Symptoms of posttraumatic stress in parents following a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder. AERA National Conference, New Orleans, LA.(Refereed)     
  • Williamson, R., Reeves, K., Robertson, J., Smith, C. (April, 2010). Transition: Targets vs Realities. International Conference of Council for Exceptional Children, Nashville, TN.(Refereed)     
  • Reeves, K. (Spring, 2010). Inclusion: How to read an Individual Education Plan. Presentation for Teaching All Learners dual licensure undergraduate students. (Non-refereed)   
  • Reeves, K. (Fall 2011). What are IEP meetings like? A  presentation in the Department of Communications.(Non-refereed) 
  • Reeves, K.(Spring 2011). What are learning disabilities? How do they affect an individual?: A simulation.  A presentation at the UT Medical School Occupational Therapists.(Non-refereed) 
  •  Reeves, K. (Spring, 2009). Quality of life: Perspectives from adults with mild cognitive development or learning disabilities.  Transition presentation.  (Non-refereed) 
  • Reeves, K. & Smith, C. (Fall, 2009). It's so hard to be your friend: Teaching social skills to teens. Challenges & Choices Education Conference.   (Non-refereed)  
  • Allen, L., Grant, M., & Reeves, K. (Spring,2009). Developing the competencies to conduct effective online courses. Professional development workshop.  (Non-refereed)  
  • Reeves, K. (Spring, 2009). How to create a CREDE classroom. Presentation to Early Childhood graduate students.  (Non-refereed) 
  •  Reeves, K. (Fall, 2009). Do you know your responsibilities: Appropriate education for students with special needs..Presentation to ICL 7993 Professional seminar for graduate student teachers.(Non-refereed) 
  •  McCullough, A., Reeves, K., & Ransdell, M.(2009). Increasing student participation in higher education: The CREDE principle. Center for Education Development, Evaluation and Research (CEDER). 6th Annual Conference.    (Refereed)  
  • Reeves, K. (Fall, 2008). My legal responsibilities as a regular education classroom teacher of students with special needs. Seminar presentation to student teachers.    (Non-refereed) 
  • Ransdell, M., Reeves, K., & McCullough, A. (2008). Engaging students: CREDE in a college classroom. Tennessee Association for Childhood Education International. State conference. (Refereed)  
  • Reeves, K. (2008). Inclusion issues: What regular education classsroom teachers need to know. Seminar presentation to student teachers. The University of Memphis. (Non-refereed) 
  • Reeves, K. (2008). Urban diverse learners: Who are they?  Presentation to undergraduate education students. The University of Memphis.(Non-refereed) 
  • Reeves, K.C. (October, 2006). Teaching Mathematics to Students with Special Needs. Presentation to graduate mathematic majors in the College of Education, The University of Memphis.    (Non-refereed) 
  • Reeves, K.C. (February, 2006). The Impact of Computers on Persons with Severe Disabilities. Poster presentation for the Tennessee Council for Exceptional Children State Conference, Memphis, TN. (Refereed) 
  • Roberston, J.S., & Reeves, K.C. (July, 2006). Learning Objects for Fun and Profit. Poster presentation for the Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (MERLOT) International Conference, Nashville, TN.  (Refereed)   
  • Reeves, K.C., & Tingle, L. (August, 2005). Understanding Your Students to Increase Academic Achievement. Presentation given to high school teachers for professional development at Houston High School, Shelby County, TN. (Non-refereed)   
  • Koh, M., & Reeves, K.C. (October, 2004). Korean Parents and the American School System. Paper presented at the annual Mid-Western Research Association Conference.  (Refereed)   
  • Reeves, K.C., & Tingle, L. (August, 2004). Understanding Your Students for Effective Instructional Practices. Presentation given to high school teachers in an alternative school setting for professional development, Shelby County Schools, TN. (Non-refereed)    


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