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Presentations

Robert L. Williamson, Ed.D

Asst Professor

Instruction Curriculum Leadership

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Email: rwllmsn1@memphis.edu

  • Hunter, W, & Williamson, R. (2014, September 25). iPods, Apps and Education: Examining Self-Monitoring Strategies for Students with Exceptionalities. Session Presented at the 2014 West Tennessee Special Education Conference, Memphis, TN (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Williamson, R. (2014, September 26). Teaching Them All: Using common technologies to implement universal design for leaning (UDL) in teaching common-core standards both inside and outside inclusive classrooms. Part I- Google Docs / Part II-Cell Phones as Instructional Tools. Session Presented at the 2014 West Tennessee Special Education Conference, Memphis, TN (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Hunter, W., Williamson, R., Casey, L., & Smith, C. (2014, July 17). iPods, apps and EBD: Examining self-monitoring’s effect on writing. Annual Meeting of the Council for Exceptional Children’s Division fo International Special Education and Services, Braga, Portugal (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Williamson, R., Chang, J., Hunter, W., Smith, C., & Casey, L. (2014, July 16). Applying quantitative analysis to special education research. Annual Meeting of the Council for Exceptional Children’s Division fo International Special Education and Services, Braga, Portugal (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Williamson, R., Hunter, W., Casey, L., & Reeves, K. (2014, July 15). iPads and autism: Examining iPad-based AAC on the ability to mand. Annual Meeting of the Council for Exceptional Children’s Division fo International Special Education and Services, Braga, Portugal (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Williamson, R.L. (2014, April 15). Teaching Them All: Using Common Technologies to Implement Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in Teaching Common-Core Standards Both Inside and Outside Inclusive Classrooms. Bettie Graham Special Education Seminar, University of Tennessee at Martin, TN
  • Williamson, R., Hunter, W., Casey, L. & Smith, C. (2014, April 12). It All Depends: Applying Quantitative Analysis to Special Education Research, Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Philadelphia, PA (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Hunter, W.H., Williamson, R.L., Smith, C., & Casey, L.P. (2014, April 10). iPods, Apps and Education: Examining Self-Monitoring Strategies for Students with Exceptionalities, Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Philadelphia, PA (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Williamson, R., & Casey, L. (2014, April 10). iPads and Autism: Examining iPad-based AAC on the Ability to Mand, Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Philadelphia, PA (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Williamson, R.L. (2014, March 20). Differentiating Instruction using Technology. Memphis Teacher Workshop Series, Memphis, TN
  • Hunter, W., Murley, R., & Williamson, R. (2014, February 14). Assessing Numbered Heads Together as a Primary Instructional Strategy within Multi-Tiered Interventions, Tennessee Department of Education State Conference, Nashville, TN (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Williamson, R., & Hunter, W., (2013, December 14). iPods, Apps and Education: Examining Self-monitoring Strategies for Students with Exceptionalities. Annual Meeting of the Tennessee Association on Assistive Technologies, Murfreesboro, TN (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Williamson, R., & Hunter, W., (2013, December 13). The Effective Use of Cell Phones as Assistive Technology in the Classroom. Annual Meeting of the Tennessee Association on Assistive Technologies, Murfreesboro, TN (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Hunter, W., Williamson, R., & Stratton, B. (2013, October 18). Utilizing Middle School Common Planning Time to Support Inclusive Environments, Annual Meeting of the Tennessee Council for Exceptional Children, Nashville, TN (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Hunter, W., Williamson, R., Casey, L., Smith, C., & Perry, C. (2013, October 18). Evaluating the Use of Technology and Self-Management Interventions for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, Annual Meeting of the Tennessee Council for Exceptional Children, Nashville, TN (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Frame, K., Casey, L., Smith, B., Langford, E., & Williamson, R. (2013, October 17). How Does a Diagnosis of Autism Affect Emergency Room Visits: A pilot study. Annual Meeting of the Tennessee Association for Behavior Analysis, Nashville, TN (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Williamson, R.L. & Whitney, T. (2013, October 16). Teaching Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Memphis Central High School Workshop, Memphis, TN
  • Williamson, R.L. (2013, May 31). Teaching Free Time Routines to Individuals with Severe Disabilities. Annual Staff Training for the Exceptional Foundation of West Tennessee, Memphis, TN
  • Smith, C., Robertson, J., Singleton, J., & Williamson, R. (2013, April 4). Decreasing Time Spent in In-School Suspension Using Function-Based Interventions, Annual Meeting of the Council for Exceptional Children, San Antonio, TX (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Williamson, R., Hunter, W., & Smith, C. (2013, January 25). Autism, iPads and Self- Advocacy: Examining AAC’s effect on the ability to mand. Meeting of the Applied Behavior Analysis Association, Portland, OR (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Williamson, R.L. (2012, November 1). Reshaping challenging behaviors into engaged learning in the inclusive classroom. Teacher Training Series sponsored by the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Memphis, Memphis, TN
  • Williamson, R.L. (2012, July 5). Smart Apps: Demonstrating Technology Connecting People to Automated Mobile Supports. Annual Meeting of Information Technology & Autism Spectrum Disorders, Valencia, Spain (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Williamson, R.L. (2012, October 18). Smart Apps: Demonstrating Technology Connecting People to Automated Mobile Supports. Annual Meeting of the Tennessee Council for Exceptional Children, Nashville, TN (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Williamson, R.L. (2012, October 18). iPods and Apps: Teaching for Successful Transitions using ‘I’ Technologies. Annual Meeting of the Tennessee Council for Exceptional Children, Nashville, TN (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Williamson, R.L. (2011). Harnessing Technology: Using advanced technologies in support of people with disabilities. Solicited speaker at MIDD Dual Diagnosis Conference, Lima, OH
  • Robertson, J., Christensen, J.D., Casey, L.B., Williamson, R.L. & Smith, C. (2011, April 8). What Principals Want to Know About Special Education. Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Casey, L.B., Robertson, J.S., Williamson, R.L. & Johnson, M.T. (2011, April 10). The Use of Brief Intervention Probes to Determine the Most Effective Tier 2 Reading Fluency Strategy. Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Robertson, J., Casey, L.B., Reeves, K., Smith, C., & Williamson, R.L. (2011, April 9). Does Alternative Preparation of Special Education Teachers Impact Teacher Retention? Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Casey, L.B., Williamson, R.L., Zanskas, R., & Reeves, K. (2011, April 10). Symptoms of Post-traumatic Stress in Parents Following a Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Williamson, R.L. (2011). Behavior Apps. Meeting of the Tennessee STEP. Memphis, TN
  • Williamson, R.L. (2011). Video Modeling using Advanced Technologies. Lucas County Board of Developmental Disabilities, Toledo, OH
  • Williamson, R.L. (2010). Supporting successful transition using an endless, dynamic skill development approach. Annual Meeting of the Ohio Rehabilitation Commission, Columbus, OH (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Williamson, R.L. (2010). Dynamic Transition. Annual Meeting of the National Council for Exceptional Children, Nashville, TN (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Williamson, R.L. (2009). Systems Impacts on post-secondary employment and post secondary education outcomes for people with disabilities. Annual Research Conference of Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Williamson, R., Schiro-Geist, C., & Broadbent, E. (2009, September 11). Applying a systems approach to transition from school to work. Annual Meeting of the National Rehabilitation Association, Louisville, KT. (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Robertson, J., Taylor, S.S., & Williamson (2009). How do you know if your lessons are evidence based instruction? Annual Meeting of the National Council for Exceptional Children, Seattle, WA (Refereed & Accepted)
  • Williamson, R.L. (2009, July) Portfolio Development for Children with Autism, Fayette County Schools, Memphis, TN
  • Williamson, R.L. (2009, July) Collaborations between teachers and paraprofessionals for students with autism, Fayette County Schools, Memphis, TN
  • Williamson, R.L., (2009, June). IEP and Transition Plan Development. Presented at the BASE-TN PRAXIS Preparation Seminar, Memphis, TN


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