College of Education, Health and Human Sciences College of Education, Health and Human Sciences
University of Memphis Photo
Presentations

William C. Hunter

Asst Professor

Instruction Curriculum Leadership

Office Location:

Phone:

Email: wchunter@memphis.edu

  • Hunter, W., Jasper, A., Williamson, R.L., & Stratton, B. (November, 2014) Common Planning Time: Improving Collaboration between Special and General Educators Paper, accepted for presentation at the Teacher Education Division (TED) of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana.
  • Hunter, W., Christopher, A. (August, 2014). Classroom-level PBIS Interventions for Students within Full Inclusive and Self-Contained Environments (Establishing a Strong Foundation).  RISE Conference, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Hunter, W., & Williamson, (2014).  R.L. iPods, Apps and Education: Examining Self-monitoring Strategies for Students with Exceptionalities, Western Tennessee Special Education Conference, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Hunter, W., Andersen, T., Washington, C., *Christopher, A., & Bell, S. (2014). Examining the Effects of Carousel Brainstorming on Academic Scores and Student Engagement in an Inclusive Setting, Paper presented at Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) state of Tennessee Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Fox, J., Blevins, L., Khan, Kennedy, K., A. Jenkins, Murley, R., & Hunter, W. (2014). School-Wide Positive Behavior Support (SWPBS) in Tennessee, Paper presented at Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) state of Tennessee Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Hunter, W. (September, 2014). Classroom-level PBIS Interventions for Students within Full Inclusive and Self-Contained Environments (Establishing a Strong Foundation). Student Tennessee Education Association (STEA), Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Hunter, W. & Williamson, R. L., Casey, L., & Smith, C. (July, 2014) Self-Monitoring Strategies for Students with Exceptionalities, Poster presented at the Abreu, International Conference, Braga, Portugal
  • Williamson, R.L., Chang, J. Hunter, W., Smith, C. & Casey, L. (July 2014) Applying Quantitative Analysis to Special Education Research, Paper Presented at the Abreu, International Conference, Braga, Portugal.
  • Williamson, R.L., Hunter, W., Casey, L., & Reeves, K., (July, 2014). iPads and autism: Examining iPad‐based AAC on the Ability to ‘Mand´ Poster presented at the Abreu, International Conference, Braga, Portugal.
  • Hunter, W., Williamson, R.L., Casey, L., & Smith, C. (April, 2014). iPods, APPS, and Education: Examining Self-Monitoring Strategies for Students with Exceptionalities. Poster presented at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Jasper, A, Hunter, W., & Collins, E. (April, 2014). Data Recording in the Classroom: It Can Be Done! Poster presented at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Williamson, R.L., Hunter, W., Casey, L., & Smith, C. (April, 2014). It All Depends: Applying Quantitative Analysis to Special Education Research. Paper presented at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Hunter, W., Williamson, R.L., Whitney, J.T.,  Stratton, E., (March, 2014). Reviewing the First Year Implementation of SWPBS within a Rural School District. Poster presented at the International Conference on Positive Behavior Supports, Chicago, Illinois.
  • 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.
  • Hunter, W., Williamson, R.L., & Murley, R. (February, 2014). Assessing Numbered Heads Together as a Primary Instructional Strategy within Multi-Tiered Interventions. Partners in Education Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Hunter, W., Williamson, R.L., Casey, L., Smith, C., & Perry, C. (October, 2013). “Evaluating the Use of Technology and Self-Management Interventions for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders” Paper presented at Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) state of Tennessee Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Hunter, W., Williamson, R.L., Stratton, E., & Jasper, A. (October, 2013). “Utilizing Middle School Common Planning Time to Support Inclusive Environments” Paper presented at Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) state of Tennessee Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • 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.
  • 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.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.
  • Hunter, W. (October, 2012). Assessing the effects of a number heads together strategy package upon students with disabilities’ math scores. Paper presented at Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) state of Tennessee Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Kroeger, S., Hunter, W., & Troup, K. (April, 2012). Exploring racial identity of student teachers: contributing to african american student success. Paper accepted at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Conference, Denver, Colorado.
  • Hunter, W., & Haydon, T. (March, 2012). Classroom-level PBIS interventions for students identified with emotional behavioral disorders. Poster accepted for presentation at the International Conference on Positive Behavior Supports, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Hunter, W.  (October, 2011). Examining the effects of NHT+I on students identified with emotional behavioral disorders. Paper presented at Teacher Educators for Children with Behavioral Disorders, Tempe, Arizona.
  • Hunter, W. (May, 2011). Examining the effects of NHT on quiz results and on-task behavior with students identified with emotional behavioral disabilities. Poster accepted for presentation at Applied Behavior Analysis International, Denver, Colorado.
  • Hunter, W. (May, 2010). Examining the effects of NHT on quiz results with students in an emotional behavioral disorders self-contained classroom. Poster presented at Applied Behavior Analysis International, San Antonio, Texas.
  • Haydon, T., Hunter, W., & Barnett, D.W. (May, 2010). Using multiple targets and variables for the complexity of school consultations: An example. Poster presented at Applied Behavior Analysis International, San Antonio, Texas.
  • Hunter, W. (April, 2010). Establishing a classroom management intervention program for first year teachers in an urban middle school. Poster presented at Council for Exceptional Children Conference (CEC), Nashville, Tennessee.


Return to Department

CEPR / HSS / ICL / LEAD

Text Only | Print | Got a Question? Ask TOM | Contact Us | Memphis, TN 38152 | 901/678-2000 | Copyright 2015 University of Memphis | Important Notice | Last Updated: 
Last Updated: 2/1/12