2017

McLean,M. (2017, May). Assessment to inform instruction in inclusive classrooms. Presented at the Inclusion Institute. Chapel Hill, NC.

Anderson, J., Conroy, M., Hitchcock, J., & Houchins, D. (2017, April) Mixed methods with single-case research: An emphasis on students with emotional behavioral disorders. Presented at the Council for Exceptional Children 2017 Convention and Expo. Boston, MA.

Conroy, M., Sutherland, K., Werch, B., & Algina, J. (2017, April). Preventing early childhood challenging behaviors: The clinical significance of BEST in CLASS. Presented at the Council for Exceptional Children 2017 Convention and Expo. Boston, MA.

Conroy, M., & Sutherland, K.S. (2017, April). Teacher and child outcomes from the BEST in CLASS efficacy trial. 14th National Training Institute on Effective Practices: Addressing Challenging Behavior. St. Petersburg, FL

Snyder, P. (2017, March). Relationships, repetitions, and routines: The “new” 3Rs of early childhood development and learning. Invited presentation to the Retired Faculty of the University of Florida. Gainesville, FL.

Sutherland, K.S. & Conroy, M. (2017, March). Practice-based coaching: Promises and challenges. Paper presented at the 14th International Conference on Positive Behavior Support. Denver, CO.

Snyder, P., McLean, M., Engelter, K., & Castaneda, J. (2017, January). Linking the DRDP 2015 to differentiated and individualized instruction: Embedded instruction for early learning. Presentation at the CA Head Start Association Annual Conference. Sacramento, CA.

2016

Snyder, P. (2016, December). Tips for responsible inquiry in early intervention and early learning in special education. In K. Lane (moderator), Tips for successful inquiry. Invited presentation at the Institute for Education Sciences Project Director’s annual meeting. Washington, D.C.

Snyder, P. (2016, November). Generating evidence in support of recommended practices in early intervention. Invited presentation to Pediatric Grand Rounds, University of Florida. Gainesville, FL.

Clark, C., Snyder, P., & Conroy, M. (2016, October). Describing family supports in early home visiting interventions: A systematic literature review. Poster presented at the International Division for Early Childhood Conference. Louisville, KY.

Martinez, J., Conroy, M., Prykanowski, D., & Werch, B. (2016, October). Restricted and repetitive behaviors in individuals with disabilities. Presentation at the International Division for Early Childhood Conference. Louisville, KY.

Marinez, J., Prykanowski, D., Reichow, B., Conroy, M., & Werch, B. (2016, October). Use of social stories to decrease challenging behaviors in children with ASD. Presentation at the International Division for Early Childhood Conference. Louisville, KY.

Martinez, R.G., Algina, J., Conroy, M., Sutherland, K.S., & McLeod, B. (2016, October). Relation between classroom atmosphere and treatment integrity in early childhood settings. Presented at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Conference. New York, NY.

Prykanowski, D., Martinez, J.R., Conroy, M., Reichow, B., & Huang, T. (2016, October). Comparison of direct behavioral observation approaches for measuring children’s behavior. Presentation at the International Division for Early Childhood Conference. Louisville, KY.

Salcedo, P., McLean, M., Snyder, P., & Edelman, L. (2016, October). Lessons learned from the first year of DRDP (2015) implementation. Presentation at the International Division for Early Childhood Conference. Louisville, KY.

Shannon, D., Bishop, C., Snyder, P., Megrath, K., Corr, C., Milam, M., & Hemmeter, M.L. (2016, October). Implementation fidelity: Using data to understand what makes coaching effective. Poster presented at the International Division for Early Childhood Conference. Louisville, KY.

Snyder, P., Reichow, B., Woods, J., Windsor, K., & Salisbury, C. (2016, October). Embedded practices and interventions with caregivers: Preliminary results. Presentation at the International Division for Early Childhood Conference. Louisville, KY.

Snyder, P. & McLean, M. (2016, October). Developing quality learning targets and activity matrices to support embedded instruction. Presentation at the CA Inclusion Collaborative Conference. Santa Clara, CA.

Woods, J., Snyder, P., Salisbury, C., & Windsor, K. (2016, October). Embedded practices and interventions with caregivers. Preconference workshop at the International Division for Early Childhood Conference. Louisville, KY.

Wu, E., Algina, J., Conroy, M., McLeod, B., & Sutherland, K.S. (2016, October). Does treatment integrity predict early childhood outcomes in a school-based intervention? Poster presented at the Dissemination and Implementation Science Pre-conference at the Annual Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Conference. New York, NY.

Kunemund, R.L., Sutherland, K.S., Conroy, M., & McLeod, B. (2016, September). Identifying and using common elements for K-2nd intervention development. Presented at the bi-annual meeting of the National Center for Leadership in Intensive Intervention. Dallas, TX.

McLean, M. (2016, September). The DEC Recommended Practices: Advancing the Practice and Science of Early Childhood Intervention. Early Childhood Intervention Australia 12th Biennial National Conference. Melbourne, Australia.

McLean, M. (2016, September). Post-conference Workshop: The DEC Recommended Practices: Taking a Closer Look.  Early Childhood Intervention Australia 12th Biennial National Conference. Melbourne, Australia.

Reichow, B., Barton, E.E., & Maggin, D. (2016, September). Risk of bias assessment for single subject experimental design studies. Oral presentation, What Works Global Summit. London, U.K.

Reichow, B. & Servili, C. (2016, September). Meta-analysis of parent skills training programs: Worldwide and specific to lower- and middle-income countries. Oral presentation, Autism Europe International Congress. Edinburgh, Scotland.

Reichow, B., Snyder, P., Carta, J., Trivette, C., & McLean, M. (2016, September). Putting evidence to work for recommended practices in early intervention and early childhood special education. Post represented at the What Works Global Summit. London, U.K.

Reichow, B. & Volkmer, F.R. (2016, September). Using the evidence-based practice process to inform better intervention decisions and outcomes for individuals with autism spectrum disorders. Poster presentation, Autism Europe International Congress. Edinburgh, Scotland.

Bruder, M.B., McLean, M., Vinh, M. & Dinnebeil, L. (2016, August). Federal Policy Statement on Inclusion of Children with Disabilities in Early Childhood Programs: Implications for Personnel Development. Office of Special Education Programs Project Directors’ Conference. Washington, DC.

Conroy, M. (2016, August). Ensuring high quality early childhood learning experiences for young children: Moving the dial from resource to practice. Invited Keynote at the Merolina Early Childhood Collaborative Conference. Charlotte, NC.

Snyder, P., McLean, M., & Salcedo, P. (2016, August). Using the Desired Results Developmental Profile (2015) with young children with neurodevelopment disabilities to inform embedded instruction practices. Presentation at the MIND Summer Institute. Davis, CA.

McLean, M. (2016, July). DEC Recommended Practices 2014: Development and Implementation. University of South Carolina. Columbia, SC.

Snyder, P. (2016, July). Implementation of quality early learning practices through evidence-supported professional development. Invited keynote address at the One Goal Conference. Tampa, FL.

Woods, J., Snyder, P. & Salisbury, C. (2016, June). Building Caregiver Capacity to Embed Interventions. International Society on Early Intervention Conference. Stockholm, Sweden.

Conroy, M. (2016, June). Supporting young children’s social and emotional development. The Virginia Commonwealth University School of Education second annual Evelyn Reed Symposium on Early Childhood Research and Practice. Richmond, VA.

Conroy, M., Sutherland K. & Algina, J. (2016, June). Disruptive Behavior Problems in Early Childhood: Examining Impacts on Costly Child Outcomes and Effects of Intervention Efforts Targeting These Behaviors. The Society for Prevention Research Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA

Conroy, M., Sutherland K. & Algina, J. (2016, June). Teacher and Child Outcomes of the Best in CLASS Efficacy Trial. The Society for Prevention Research Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA

Sutherland K., Conroy, M. & Algina, J. (2016, June). Improving Teacher-Child Relationships and Interactions within a Tier-2 Program in Preschool Classrooms. The Society for Prevention Research Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA

Martinez, J.R., Conroy, M., Prykanowski, D.A., & Werch, B. (2016, May). Restricted and repetitive behaviors exhibited by individuals with developmental disabilities: A descriptive literature review. Association for Behavior Analysis International 42nd Annual Convention. Chicago, IL.

McLean, M. (2016, May). DEC Recommended Practices: Supporting the Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices. Building Best Practice: Partnering, Coaching, Leading. 2016 Tennessee Early Intervention Conference. Murfreesboro, TN.

Reichow, B. & Prykanowski, D. (2016, May). Home-Based Parent-Implemented Early Intervention for Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Poster presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research, Baltimore, MD.

Conroy, M., Sutherland, K.S., & Algina, J. (2016, April). Reducing problem behaviors in young children: The BEST in CLASS efficacy trial. Presented at the National Center Special Education Research Evidence-based Practices Strand. Council for Exceptional Children. St. Louis, MO.

Hemmeter, M.L., Snyder, P., Fox, L., & Algina, J. (2016, April). Research on Pyramid Model practices: Findings, issues, and implications. Presentation at the 2016 National Training Institute on Effective Practices: Addressing Challenging Behavior. St. Petersburg, FL.

Snyder, P. (2016, April). Research on Pyramid Model Practices: Findings, Issues, and Implications. National Training Institute on Effective Practices: Addressing Challenging Behavior. St. Petersburg, FL.

Conroy, M. & Sutherland K., (2016, April). Reducing problem behaviors in young children: The BEST in CLASS Efficacy. Council for Exceptional Children Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Reichow, B. (2016, March). Evidence-based practice for children with autism spectrum disorders: Evidence from meta-analytic reviews. Department of Developmental Psychology, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.

Bishop, C., Reichow, B. & Snyder, P. (2016, February). Considerations for observational measurement of embedded practices in home-based early intervention. Poster presentation at the 2016 Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention Research, San Diego, CA.

Conroy, M., Sutherland, K., Snyder, P. & Boyd, B. (2016, February). Trials, tribulations and triumphs: Implementing RCTs in authentic early childhood environments. Paper presented at the Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention, San Diego, CA.

Hojnoski, R. L., Dennis, M., Kuder, B. & Polignano, J. (2016, February). Early intervention in mathematics: In search of a research design. Poster presented at the biennial Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention, San Diego, CA.

Hur, J. & Snyder, P. (2016, February). A systematic review on the effects of professional development on teachers’ implementation of emergent literacy practices and children’s emergent literacy skills. Poster presented at the Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention, San Diego, CA.

Luo, L., Reichow, B. & Snyder, P. (2016, February). Classroom-wide social-emotional competence interventions for preschool children: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Invited student methodology poster presentation at the Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention, San Diego, CA.

Shannon, D. & Snyder, P., (2016, February). A pilot study of the Coaching Practices Observation Tool (CPOT).  Poster presented at the Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention, San Diego, CA.

Snyder, P. & McLean, M. (2016, February). Linking the DRDP 2015 to Instruction and Supports: Embedded Instruction for Early Learning. California Head Start Association Conference, Riverside, CA.

Trivette, C., Snyder, P., Carta, J., Reichow, B. & McLean, M. (2016, February). Conducting research syntheses: How different synthesis initiatives contribute to moving practice forward. Paper presented at the Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention, San Diego, CA.

2015

Woods, J., Snyder, P., Salisbury, C., Reichow, B., Mawdsley, H. & Bishop, C. (2015, December). Embedded practices and intervention with caregivers: Findings from a feasibility study. Poster presented at the 2015 IES Principle Investigator’s Meeting, Washington, DC.

Snyder, P. & Chafouleas, S. (Facilitators and Discussants). (2015, December). NCSER Forum: Keeping the special in special education research. Invited panel presentation at the 2015 Institute of Education Sciences NCER/NCSER Principal Investigators Meeting, Washington, DC.

Snyder, P. & McLean, M.  (2015, December). Embedded Instruction in Preschool Classrooms, California Common Core State Standards Symposia, Woodland, CA.

Woods, J., Snyder, P., Salisbury, C., Reichow, B., Mawdsley, H. & Bishop, C. (2015, December). Embedded practices and intervention with caregivers: Findings from a feasibility study. Poster presentation at the 2015 Institute of Education Sciences NCER/NCSER Principal Investigators Meeting, Washington, DC.

Snyder, P. (2015, November). Recommended practices for young children with special needs: Exploring history and intersections among research, wisdom, and values. Invited keynote address at the Institute of Education, Massey University, Auckland, NZ.

Bishop, C., Hardy, J., K., Grifenhagan, J., Hemmeter, M. L., Snyder, P. & Fox, L. (2015, October). Unpacking coaching: Key components and strategies. Poster presented at the 2015 Council for Exceptional Children-Division for Early Childhood Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Clark, C., Snyder, P. & Conroy, M. (2015, October). Interactions between caregivers and infants and toddlers with disabilities during everyday routines. Poster presented at the International Division for Early Childhood Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Goffin, S., Winton, P., Snyder, P., McCollum, J., Peterson, C. & Woods, J. (2015, October). EI/ECSE: Key player in co-creating an inclusive early childhood profession. Paper presented at the International Division for Early Childhood Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Luo, L., Snyder, P. & Prykanowski, D. (2015, October). Functional communication training for young children with challenging behavior: A meta-analysis. Poster presented at the International Division for Early Childhood Conference, Atlanta, GA.

McLean, M., Hebbeler, K., Winton, P., Meyer, L., Catalino, T. & Swett, J. (2015, October).  DEC Recommended Practices Monograph Series. Division for Early Childhood Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Polignano, J., Shannon, D., Snyder, P., Conroy, M., Googe, H. & Knopf, H. (2015, October). Moving the dial on early childhood indicators: Initiating a collective impact model. Poster presented at the International Division for Early Childhood Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Polignano, J., Snyder, P., Conroy, M., Shannon, D. (2015, October). Harnessing Community Voice and Expertise within a Collective Impact Model. Poster presented at the annual international meeting of the Division for Early Childhood, Atlanta, GA.

Reichow, B. (2015, October). Risk of bias assessment for single-case research designs. Invited presentation for Division for Early Childhood of the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Shannon, D. & Snyder, P. (2015, October). A pilot study of the Coaching Practices Observation Tool. Poster presented at the International Division for Early Childhood Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Snyder, P. & McLean, M.  (2015, October). Linking the DRDP, Curricula and Embedded Instruction. 2015 California State Inclusion Collaborative, Santa Clara California.

Woods, J., Salisbury, C., & Snyder, P. (2015, October). Five easy questions: A new approach for embedded intervention with caregivers. Paper presented at the International Division for Early Childhood Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Johnson, C. (2015 August). Parent training and parent psychoeducation: Development and essential ingredients. In K. Bearss (Chair), Parent training for children with autism spectrum disorder and disruptive behavior. Symposium conducted at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Toronto, CA.

Reichow, B. (2015, July). Inclusive education in the United States for students with special needs: Why, what, and how. Keynote presentation at 2015 Beijing International Inclusion Conference, Beijing, China.

Reichow, B. (2015, July). The “team” work for a successful inclusion program. Keynote presentation at 2015 Beijing International Inclusion Conference, Beijing, China.

 Reichow, B. (2015, July). What skills and support are needed for teachers to implement an effective inclusion program in the classroom. Keynote presentation at 2015 Beijing International Inclusion Conference, Beijing, China.

Goffin, S., Winton, P., & Snyder, P. (2015, June). What will it take to get us from here to there? Moving beyond the status quo in ECE professional preparation and development. Presentation at the annual National Association for the Education of Young Children Professional Development Institute. New Orleans, LA.

McLean, M. (2015, June). Assessment to inform instruction for children with disabilities: Professional Development strategies.  San Diego, CA:  Head Start National Center for Quality Teaching and Learning Disabilities Coordinators Institute.

 McLean, M. (2015, June). Keynote Address:  Research and Practice: DEC Recommended Practices, 2014. Evelyn Reed Symposium on Early Childhood Research and Practice at Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA.

Smith, S. & Snyder, P. (2015, June). A pilot study of the provider-parent communication system. Poster presented at the annual National Association for the Education of Young Children Professional Development Institute. New Orleans, LA.

Snyder, P. & McLean, M. (2015, June). Embedded instruction for early learning: Tools for teachers and disability coordinators. Presentation at the Disabilities Coordinator Institute, National Center for Quality Teaching and Learning, San Diego, CA.

Burrell, L., Bearss, K., Minshawi-Patterson, N., Johnson, C., Lecavalier, L., Smith, T. et al. (2015, May). Descriptive assessment of problem behavior in a large-scale randomized trial in young children with autism spectrum disorder. Presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Chowdhury, M., Aman, M.G., Lecavalier, L., Smith, T., Johnson, C. et al. (2015, May). Factor structure and psychometric properties of the revised home situations questionnaire for autism spectrum disorder. Presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Goffin, S.G., Winton, P. & Snyder, P. (2015, May). Should early childhood be a profession? If yes, who is in and who is out? If no, is that a problem? Presentation at the National Early Childhood Inclusion Institute, Chapel Hill, NC.

Hemmeter, M.L., Snyder, P., Conroy, M., Dunlap, G., Strain, P. & Ostrosky, M. (2015, April). Research on the Pyramid Model practices: Recent findings and implications for practice, policy, and future research. Presentation at the 2015 National Training Institute on Effective Practices: Addressing Challenging Behavior. St. Petersburg, FL.

Johnson, C., Smith, T. & Hyman, S.L. (2015, May). Parent training for feeding problems in young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. In E.S. Kuschner (chair), You want me to eat what? Novel treatment approaches for food selectivity and feeding problems in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Symposium conducted at the International Meeting on Autism Research, Salt Lake City, Utah.

McLean, M., Scott-Little, C., Squires, J. & Bagwell, C. (2015, May). Life after preschool: Looking at kindergarten assessment. Chapel Hill, NC. National Early Childhood Inclusion Institute.  Chapel Hill, NC.

McLean, M., Scott-Little, C. Squires, J. (2015, May). Building a statewide comprehensive and aligned assessment system for all children- Birth to kindergarten.  Chapel Hill, NC. National Early Childhood Inclusion Institute. Chapel Hill, NC.

Snyder, P. & Hemmeter, M.L., (2015, May). Practice-based coaching: Resources and supports for implementation. Presentation at the 2015 National Early Childhood Inclusion Institute, Chapel Hill, NC.

Snyder, P. & Hemmeter, M.L., (2015, May). Embedded instruction for early learning: Tools for Teachers. Presentation at the 2015 National Early Childhood Inclusion Institute, Chapel Hill, NC.

Conroy, M., Ladwig, C., & Polignano, J. & Sutherland, K. (2015, April). A tier-2 intervention for young children with challenging behavior. Addressing Challenging Behavior: National Training Institute, St. Petersburg, FL.

Hemmeter, M.L., Snyder, P., Conroy, M., Dunlap, G., Strain, P. & Ostrosky, M. (2015, April). Research on the Pyramid model practices: Recent findings and implications for practice, policy and future research. Addressing Challenging Behavior: National Training Institute, St. Petersburg, FL.

Polignano, J. & Hojnoski, R. L. (2015, April). Age-based sensitivity of the Individual Growth and Development Indicators – Early Numeracy. Poster presented at the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Reichow, B. (2015, April). Capacity building workshop for WHO Caregiver Skills Training Program pilot studies. Invited presentation, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland.

Gurka, M.J., Conway, B.N., Andrew, M.E., Burchfiel, C.M. & DeBoer, M.D. (2015, March). Additive Interactions and the Metabolic Syndrome. Presented at the International Biometric Society Eastern North American Region (ENAR) Annual Meeting, Miami, Florida.

Wang, F., Algina, J., Snyder, P., Cox, M. & the FLP Key Investigators (2015, March). Child, parent, and family predictors of parental responsiveness to and acceptance of the child at home. Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Philadelphia, PA.

Wang, F., Conroy, M., Algina, J. & Sutherland, K. (2015, March). Investigating the influence of a classroom-based intervention on the experiences of preschoolers with chronic problem behavior. Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Philadelphia, PA.

Columba, L., Hojnoski, R. & Polignano, J. (2015, February). Effect of book type and teacher training on math talk during shared book reading in preschool classrooms.  Research Council on Mathematics Learning, Las Vegas, NV.

McLean, M.  (2015, February). Keynote Address: DEC Recommended Practices 2014 – Focus on Leadership. Pre-Kindergarten ESE Contacts Meeting.  Florida Department of Education, Bureau of Exceptional Education and Student Services, Technical Assistance and Training System for Programs Serving Pre-Kindergarten Children with Disabilities, Lake Mary, Florida.

Polignano, J. (2015, February). Early numeracy growth within a curriculum-based measurement framework. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists, Orlando, FL.

Polignano, J. & Brown Hanke, M. (2015, February). Predictive validity of an early numeracy curriculum-based measure. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists, Orlando, FL.

2014

Gurka, M.J. & DeBoer, M.D. (2014, December). Metabolic syndrome severity in the Jackson Heart Study. Presentation at the National Institute for Minority Health and Health Disparities Grantees’ Conference, National Harbor, Maryland.

Reichow, B. & Servili, C. (2014, December). mhGAP revision evidence profiles for mental disorders with childhood onset. Invited presentation for mhGAP Guidelines Development Group. World Health Organization, Geneva.

Snyder, P. & Conroy, M. (2014, November). Watch them thrive: Evidence-informed strategies to support moving the dial on early childhood indicators. Tri-County Cradle to Career Collaborative Inaugural Early Childhood Symposium: Mobilize to Move the Dial on Early Childhood Indicators, Charleston, SC.

Bishop, C., Schnitz, A. & Binder, D. (2014, October). Using practice-based coaching to support teachers’ implementation of evidence-based teaching practices. Pre-conference session presented at the Council for Exceptional Children-Division for Early Childhood Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Conroy, M. & Sutherland, K.S. (2014, October). Preliminary implementation and efficacy outcomes of BEST in CLASS. Presented at the School Mental Health Research Summit. Pittsburg, PA.

Forster, J., Snyder, P. & Winton, P.J. (2014, October). One vision: Building consensus about inclusion across multiple stakeholders. Presentation at the International Division for Early Childhood Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Luo, E., Snyder, P. & Clark, C. (2014, October). Chinese preschool teachers’ implementation and beliefs about social-emotional teaching practices. Poster presentation at the International Division for Early Childhood Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Rakap, S., Snyder, P. & Rakap, S. (2014, October). Non-overlap methods for estimating treatment effects in single-subject experimental research. Poster presentation at the International Division for Early Childhood Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Reichow, B. (2014, October). Autism spectrum disorder in the DSM-5. Invited presentation for 1st Annual North Dakota State Autism Conference. Bismarck, ND.

Reichow, B. (2014, October). Evidence-based practices for children with autism spectrum disorders. Invited presentation for 1st Annual North Dakota State Autism Conference. Bismarck, ND.

Shannon, D., Snyder, P. & McLaughlin, T. (2014, October). Preschool teachers’ insights about self- versus on-site expert coaching. Poster presentation at the International Division for Early Childhood Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Snyder, P. & McLean, M. (2014, October). Embedded Instruction for Early Learning: Intentional Teaching to Ensure Young Children’s Meaningful Access and Participation in Inclusive Classrooms. California Inclusion Collaborative State Conference, San Jose, CA.

Snyder, P., McLean, M., Salcedo, P. & Edelman, L. (2014, October). Collaborating Across Agencies: Building a Statewide System of Assessment for All Children. International Division for Early Childhood Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Snyder, P., McLean, M., Salcedo, P. & Edelman, L. (2014, October). Collaborating Across Agencies: Building a Statewide System of Assessment for All Children. International Division for Early Childhood Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Bishop, C., Snyder, P. & Algina, J. (2014, September). Exploring measurement invariance for the ECERS-R and the Arnett Caregiver Interaction Scale: Findings from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Birth Cohort. Laptop presentation at the Society of Research Educational Effectiveness Conference, Washington, DC.

Justice, L. & Snyder, P., (2014, September). What have we learned? A synthesis of research in early intervention and early childhood special education. Invited briefing hosted by the Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education, Washington, DC.

Rakap, S. & Snyder, P. (2014, September). Relationships between preschool teachers’ implementation of embedded instruction and engagement behaviors of young children with disabilities. Paper presented at the European Early Education Research Association Conference, Crete, Greece.

Rakap, S. & Snyder, P. (2014, September). Measuring engagement behaviors of young children with disabilities in inclusive early childhood classrooms. Poster presented at the European Early Education Research Association Conference, Crete, Greece.

Snyder, P. (2014, September). Mapping theories of change. In K. Rhoades (Moderator), Mapping theories of change and assessment frameworks. Invited presentation at the Fall 2014 Institute of Education Sciences Principal Investigator Meeting, Washington, DC.

McLean, M., Winton, P. & Banerjee, R. (2014, July). Evidence-based Practices for Serving Young Children with Special Education Needs and their Families. Office of Special Education Programs Project Directors Conference, Washington, DC.

McLean, M., Sciarrino, C. & Snyder, T. (2014, July). Organizing, Using and Reporting Your Child Assessment Data. Head Start Early Childhood Specialist Meeting, Boston, MA.

McLean, M. & Sheldon, M. (2014, July). Early Intervention and School Readiness for Infants and Toddlers with Special Needs. Early Head Start Webinar.

Reichow, B., Kogan, C., Barbui, C., Smith, I. C. & Servili, C. (2014, July). Systematic review and meta-analysis of parent skills training programs for parents of children with developmental disorders. Invited presentation for Technical Working Group Meeting on Parent Skills Training for Developmental Disorders. World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland.

Bishop, C., Snyder, P. & Wolfe, B. (2014, May). Embedded instruction: Doing what comes naturally. Two-day invited professional development workshop at New Possibilities: Using Evidence-Based Practices that Support Inclusion, Burlington, VT.

Clark C., Warner TD, Algina J., Snyder P., Eyler F.D. & Behnke, M. (2014, May) Home environment, family social support, and cognitive and motor development of infants and toddlers of mothers with multiple risks: Parallel process latent growth curve analysis. Pediatric Academic Societies, Vancouver, Canada.

Conroy, M., Sutherland, K., Algina, J., Barnes, T., Wang, F. & Ladwig, C. (2014, May). The relationship between teacher-child interactions and young children’s problem behavior: Preliminary findings. Poster presented at the Society for Prevention Research 22nd Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

McLean, M. (2014, May). Building a System of Assessment for All Children. National Early Childhood Inclusion Institute, Chapel Hill, NC.

McLean, M., Swett, J. & Trivette, C. (2014, May). DEC Recommended Practices: How Do We Ensure Application and Use? National Early Childhood Inclusion Institute. Chapel Hill, NC.

Reichow, B. & Gelbar, N. (2014, May). Diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder: What early childhood professionals need to know. Invited presentation for State Education Resource Center, Middletown, CT.

Snyder, P., Hemmeter, M.L. & Sandall, S. (2014, May). Coaching approaches focused on practice implementation: Key features and processes. Presentation at the 2014 National Early Childhood Inclusion Institute, Chapel Hill, NC.

Snyder, P., Hemmeter, M.L., Soukakou, E. & Winton, P.J. (2014, May). Measures that support implementation of quality inclusive practices. Presentation at the 2014 National Early Childhood Inclusion Institute, Chapel Hill, NC.

Bishop, C., Snyder, P. & Wolfe, B. (2014, April). Embedded instruction: Doing what comes naturally. Invited presentation at the Division for Early Childhood’s New Possibilities Conference, Burlington, VT. 

Bishop, C. & Higgins, A. (2014, April). Using practice-based coaching to support teachers’ implementation of Teaching Pyramid practices. Invited presentation at the 11th Annual National Training Institute on Effective Practices Addressing Challenging Behavior, St. Petersburg, FL.

Conroy, M., Ladwig, C. & Barnes, T. (2014, April). A tier-2 intervention for young children with challenging behavior. Addressing Challenging Behavior: National Training Institute, St. Petersburg, FL.

Hemmeter, M.L., Snyder, P., Fox, L. & Algina, J. (2014, April). Research on the Pyramid Model: Current findings and implications. Presentation at the 11th annual National Training Institute on Effective Practices, St. Petersburg, FL.

Mawdsley, H.P., Snyder, P. & Rous, B. (2014, April). Characterizing transition practice intensity in early childhood.  Poster presented at the University of Florida, Post-doc Research Symposium, Gainesville, FL.

Snyder, P., Hemmeter, M.L. & Fox, L., (2014, April). What’s new about the Teaching Pyramid Observation Tool (TPOT)? Presentation at the 11th annual National Training Institute on Effective Practices, St. Petersburg, FL.

Conroy, M. (2014, March). Effective strategies for young children with problem behavior in Head Start. Presented at the National Center for Quality Teaching and Learning Webinar.

Justice, L. & Snyder, P. (2014, March). Synthesis of IES research on early intervention and early childhood education. Invited presentation [Commissioner National Center for Special Education Research] for the 2014 IES Project Director’s Meeting, Washington, DC.

Bishop, C., Snyder, P. & Algina, J. (2014, February). Exploring Measurement Invariance for the ECERS-R and the Arnett Caregiver Interaction Scale: Findings from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Birth Cohort. Poster presented at the 9th biennial Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention, San Diego, CA.

Clark, C., Algina, J., Warner, T. & Snyder, P. (2014, February) Exploration of Quality of the Home Environment, Family Social Supports, and Cognitive and Motor Development for Infants and Toddlers from Families with Multiple Risks: A Parallel Process Growth Curve Analysis. Poster presented at the 9th biennial Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention, San Diego, CA.

Conroy, M., Sutherland, K., Algina, J., Barnes, T., Wang, F., Martinez, J. & Ladwig, C. (2014, February). A Preventative Classroom-Based Intervention Model for Ameliorating Problem Behaviors in Young Children. Poster presented at the 9th biennial Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention, San Diego, CA.

Hemmeter, M.L., Fox, L. & Snyder, P. (2014, February). Efficacy of a Classroom-Wide Model for Promoting Social-Emotional Development and Addressing Challenging Behavior. Poster presented at the 9th biennial Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention, San Diego, CA.

Mawdsley, H., Snyder, P. & Rous, B. (2014, February). Characterizing Transition Practice Intensity in Early Childhood. Poster presented at the 9th biennial Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention, San Diego, CA.

McLaughlin, T., Snyder, P. & Algina, J., (2014, February). Using Generalizability Theory to Examine the Dependability of Scores from the Learning Target Rating Scale. Poster presented at the 9th biennial Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention, San Diego, CA.

McMonigle, T. & Snyder, P. (2014, February). Preschool Teacher-Child Relationships: Influences on Social and Behavioral Skills of Young Children with or at-risk for Emotional/Behavioral Disabilities. Poster presented at the 9th biennial Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention, San Diego, CA.

Odom, S., Snyder, P., McLean, M. & Wong, C. (2014, February). Recommended and Evidence-Based Practices for Young Children with Disability: Processes for Selection. Panel session at the 9th biennial Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention, San Diego, CA.

Polignano, J. C. & Hojnoski, R. L. (2014, February). Patterns of growth within and between key numeracy skills across the preschool period.  Poster presented at the biennial Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention, San Diego, CA.

Rakap, S. & Snyder, P. (2014, February). Evaluating Treatment Effect in Single-Subject Experimental Research: A Comparison of Five Nonoverlap Methods. Poster presented at the 9th biennial Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention, San Diego, CA.

Reichow, B. (2014, February). The practice of evidence-based practice: Examples from treatment for autism spectrum disorders. Invited presentation, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.

Wang, F., Algina, J., Snyder, P. & Cox, M. (2014, February). Using Qualitative Rating Methodology and Latent Class Analysis to Identification of Young Rural Children with Vulnerabilities and Strengths. Poster presented at the 9th biennial Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention, San Diego, CA.

Winton, P., Hemmeter, M.L., Bishop, C. & Soukakou, E. (2014, February). Measures that Support Data-Based Decision-Making for Fidelity of Implementation of Recommended Practices. Panel session at the 9th biennial Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention, San Diego, CA.

Barton, E. E. & Reichow, B. (2014, January). Sensory-based treatments: Do they work? A review and discussion of the literature. Webinar for Division of Early Childhood Learning Decks.

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