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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., Murley, R. & Williamson, R.L. (2014). Assessing Numbered Heads Together as a Primary Instructional Strategy Within Multi-tiered Interventions, Partners in Education State Special Education Conference, Nashville, TN
  • Williamson, R.L., Hunter, W., Casey, L., Smith, C. & Perry, C. (2013). iPods, Apps & Education: Examining Self-monitoring Strategies for Students with Exceptionalities. Tennessee Association for Assistive Technologies State Conference, Murfreesboro, TN
  • Williamson, R & Hunter, W (2013). The Effective Use of Cell Phones as Assistive Technology in the Classroom, Tennessee Association for Assistive Technology State Conference, Murfreesboro, TN
  • Frame, Smith, Williamson, Casey & Langford (2013). Emergency Department Visits & Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, TN Applied Behavior Analysis State Conference, Nashville, TN
  • Hunter, Williamson, Casey, Smith & Perry (2013). Evaluating the Use of Technology and Self-Management Interventions for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, TN-Council for Exceptional Children State Conference, Nashville, TN
  • Hunter, Williamson, Stratton & Jasper (2013). Utilizing Middle School Common Planning Time to Support Inclusive Environments, TN-Council for Exceptional Children State Conference, Nashville, TN
  • Frame, K., Langford, E., Smith, B., Williamson, R.L., & Casey, L.B. (2013). Research at UofM: ABA Department. West Tennessee Applied Behavior Analysis Regional Conference, Arlington, TN
  • Smith, Robertson, Singleton & Williamson (2013). Decreasing Time Spent in In-School Suspension Using Function-Based Interventions, Council for Exceptional Children National Conference, San Antonio TX
  • Williamson, R.L., Chang, J.Y., Casey, L.B., Hunter, W. & Smith, C. (2013). : Autism, iPads and Self-Advocacy: Examining AAC’s effect on the ability to ‘mand’. Association for Behavior Analysis International Conference, Portland, OR
  • Williamson, R.L. (2012). “Smart Apps: Demonstrating Technology Connecting People to Automated Mobile Supports”: 2012 Annual Information Technology & Autism Spectrum Disorders. Valencia, Spain, July 3-5, 2012
  • Williamson, R.L. (2012). Smart Apps: Demonstrating Technology Connecting People to Automated Mobile Supports. TN Council for Exceptional Children, Nashville, TN
  • Williamson, R.L. (2012). iPads and Apps: Teaching for Successful Transitions using “i" Technologies, TN Council for Exceptional Children, Nashville, TN
  • Memphis City Schools, University of Memphis Institute on Disability, University of Memphis College of Education (Williamson representing) (2012) Annual Special Education Conference (TN). College Campus Transition Program: Success Through Effective Community Partnerships. Nashville, TN
  • Williamson, R.L., (2011). There’s No App for That! Revised presentation given at the University of Memphis Mobile Teaching and Learning Conference, October 18, 2011, Memphis, TN
  • Williamson, R.L. (2011). Emerging Technologies and People with Disabilities. Solicited speaker at Dual Diagnosis Conference, Lima, Ohio
  • Robertson, J., Casey, L.B., Reeves, K., Smith, C. & Williamson, R.L., (2011). Does Alternative Preparation of Special Education Teachers Impact Teacher Retention?, AERA National Conference, New Orleans, LA
  • Williamson, R.L., & Casey, L. (2011). There’s No App for That!. Presented at the Tennessee Council for Exceptional Children State Conference, Chattanooga, Tennessee
  • Williamson, R.L. & Turnwald-Fether, M. (2011). The Power of Collaboration: Engaging Teacher Candidates in Service Learning Opportunities that Support Elementary Literacy. Submitted for presentation at the Ohio Association of Elementary and Secondary Administrators State Conference, Lima, Ohio, July 2011
  • Robertson, J., Casey, L.B., Reeves, K., Smith, C. & Williamson, R.L. (2011). Higher Education Inclusion: What do Unified Teacher Preparation Programs Look Like?, Council for Exceptional Children-CEC National Conference, National Harbor, Maryland
  • Williamson, R.L., Casey, L.B., Robertson, J.S. & Reeves, K. (2011). Who Benefits from Video Self-Modeling?, Poster presentation at the Council for Exceptional Children-CEC National Conference, National Harbor, Maryland
  • Casey, L.B., Williamson, R.L., Zanksas, R., & Reeves, K. (2011). Symptoms of Posttraumatic Stress in Parents Following a Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. AERA, New Orleans, LA
  • Casey, L. B., Elswick, S., Williamson, R.L., Robertson, J.S., Justice, W., McLeod, K., & Smith, C. (2011). Response to Intervention and Written Expression: A Preliminary Analysis of Mean T-Units as a Universal Teaching Tool. AERA National Conference, New Orleans, LA
  • Casey, L.B., Robertson, J., Williamson, R.L., Johnson, M.T. (2011). The Use of Brief Intervention Probes to Determine the Most Effective Tier 2 Reading Fluency strategy. AERA National Conference, New Orleans, LA
  • Robertson, J.S., Christenson, J.D., Casey, L.B., Williamson, R.L., & Smith, C. (2011). What Principals Want to Know About Special Education, AERA National Conference, New Orleans, LA
  • Williamson, R.L. (2010). Supporting successful transition using and endless, dynamic skill development approach., Ohio Rehabilitation Commission-ORA State Conference, Columbus, OH
  • Williamson, R.L. (2010), Dynamic Transition. Council for Exceptional Children-CEC National Conference, Nashville, TN, Poster presenter
  • Williamson, R.L. (2009). Systems impacts on post-secondary employment and post secondary education outcomes for people with disabilities., BGSU 2009 Research Conference, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, Poster presenter
  • Williamson, R.L., & Schiro-Geist, C., (2009). A systems approach to investigating post-secondary education and employment outcomes for transitioning students with disabilities., National Rehabilitation Association-NRA National Conference, Louisville, KY, Lead presenter
  • Williamson, R.L. (2009). Transition from School to Adult Life: A systems-based Investigation of post secondary outcomes for students with disabilities., Social Justice, Action & Policy Committee of the Counseling, Education Psychology and Research Department sponsored Poster Session, The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, Poster presenter
  • Robertson, J., Taylor, S.S., & Williamson, R. (2009). How do you know if your lessons are evidence based instruction?, Council for Exceptional Children-CEC National Conference, Seattle, WA, co-presenter


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