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William C. Hunter

Asst Professor

Instruction Curriculum Leadership

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    • Jasper, A.D., Hunter, W., Williams, R.L., & Collins (In-Press). Data Recording in the Classroom – It Can Be Done! Beyond Behavior.
    • Hunter, W., Jasper, A.D., & Williamson, R.L. (2014). Utilizing middle school common planning time to support inclusive environments. Intervention in School and Clinic.
    • Hunter, W., & Haydon, T. (Spring, 2013). Increasing the effectiveness of numbered heads together for students with emotional and behavioral disorders. Beyond Behavior,22(3),40-45.
    • Christensen, J., Siegel-Robertson, J., Williamson, R., & Hunter, W. (2013). Preparing educational leaders for special education success: Principals’ perspectives. The Researcher, 25(1), 94-107. 
    • Hunter, W. (Spring, 2012). Assessing the effects of a number heads together strategy package upon students with exceptionalities’ math scores: A case study. Tennessee Association of Middle Schools Journal. 84-95
    • Haydon, T., DeGreg, J., Maheady, L., & Hunter, W. C. (2012). Using active supervision and precorrection to improve transition behaviors in a middle school classroom Journal of Evidence-Based Practices For Schools, 1, 81-97  
    •  Haydon, T., & Hunter, W. (2011). The effects of two types of teacher questioning on teacher behavior and student performance: A case study. Education and Treatment of Children, 34(2), 1-18
    • Haydon, T., Maheady, L., & Hunter, W. (2010). Effects of numbered heads together on the daily quiz scores and on-task behavior of students with disabilities. Journal of Behavioral Education, 19(3), 222-238

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