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Presentation at the meeting of the Teacher Education Division of The Council for Exceptional Children, Dallas, Texas.

Taylor, J. C. (2008, February). How big is bullying: Bullying and students with special needs.

Presentation at the meeting of the Alabama Federation Council for Exceptional Children, Birmingham, Alabama.

Turnbull, J. & Taylor, J. C. (2007, March). DisAbility awareness. Presentation at the meeting of the 18th Annual Alabama Transition Conference, Auburn, Alabama.

Taylor, J. C. (2007, February). The cool rules: A practical guide to maximizing classroom rule compliance. Presentation at the meeting of the Alabama Federation Council for Exceptional Children, Birmingham, Alabama.

PRESENTATIONS & POSTERS (cont.)

PRESENTATIONS

Taylor, J. C. (2006, March). The importance of social skills for adolescents with behavioral and emotional problems. Presentation at the meeting of the 17th Annual Alabama Transition Conference, Auburn, Alabama Sellers, J. & Taylor, J. C. (2005, February). Five steps to great functional behavioral assessments.

Presentation at the meeting of the Alabama Federation Council for Exceptional Children, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

POSTERS Taylor, J. C. (2013, September). Whose Line Is It?: Using Song Lyrics to Teach Curriculum Skills.

Poster presented at International Meeting of the Council for Children with Behavior Disorders, Chicago, Illinois.

Taylor, J. C. (2013, April). Beyond just behavior: Using music to increase academic skills. Poster presented at the Council for Exceptional Children, San Antonio, Texas.

Taylor, J. C. (2012, August). Inquiry, argument, & representation: How using questions, claims, and evidence improves critical thinking skills and science understanding. Poster presented at the meeting of the Carnegie Melon Summer Workshop LearnLab, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Taylor, J. C. (2012, June). T.U.P.A.C.: Teaching using popular-music across curricula. Poster presented at the meeting of the Texas Council for Exceptional Students, San Antonio, Texas.

Taylor, J. C. & Hand, B. (2012, April). Critical thinking skills and science instruction: A case for inquirybased teaching. Poster presented at the meeting of the Council for Exceptional Children, Denver, Colorado.

Taylor, J. C. (2011, September). Music matters: Using music to increase engagement and access (teaching using popular music across the curricula). Poster presented at the meeting of the 9th Biennial International Council for Children and Youth with Behavioral Disorders, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Taylor, J. C., Therrien, W. J., & Hand, B. (2011, April). Inquiry, argument, & representation:

How using questions, claims, and evidence improves critical thinking skills and science understanding. Poster presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Taylor, J. C. (2008, November). Teaching using popular-music across curricula (TUPAC). Poster presentation at the meeting of the Teacher Education Division of The Council for Exceptional Children, Dallas, Texas.

Taylor, J. C. (2007, October). The do’s and don’ts of structure: Structuring the teaching environment for students. Poster presentation at the meeting of the International Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders Association, Dallas, Texas.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS & LECTURES

Taylor, J. C. (2013, December). Figuratively speaking: Working with kids with ASD. Presentation at Pennsylvania State University, National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA), University Park, Pennsylvania Taylor, J. C. (2013, October). How to meet and talk to professors and mentors. Presentation at McNair Scholars Meeting, University Park, Pennsylvania Taylor, J. C. (2013, March). Combating bullying: Classroom strategies to address bullying behavior. Presentation at Pennsylvania State University, Student Council of Exceptional Children, University Park, Pennsylvania.

Taylor, J. C. (2012, November). Protecting yourself from bullying behavior in college. Lecture presented at Pennsylvania State University, Freshmen Orientation Seminar, University Park, Pennsylvania.

Taylor, J. C. (2012, October). Working with children with autism for SLPs. Presentation at Pennsylvania State University, National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA), University Park, Pennsylvania Taylor, J. C. (2012, March). Occupy hip-hop (part 2): The business. Lecture presented at University of Iowa, Journalism Course, Iowa City, Iowa.

Taylor, J. C. (2011, November). Occupy hip-hop (part 1): The culture. Lecture presented at University of Iowa, Journalism Course, Iowa City, Iowa.

Taylor, J. C. & Therrien, W. (2011, October). Effective science instruction for students with learning disabilities (LD). Paper presented at Pennsylvania State University, Department of Special Education, State College, Pennsylvania.

Taylor, J. C. & Villanueva, M. G. (2010, October). The science writing heuristic and inquiry-based learning: How questions, claims, and evidence improve critical thinking and science skills. Paper presented at the University of Victoria, Department of Science Education, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

Taylor, J. C. (2010, September). Issues and interventions for bullying of twice exceptional students. Paper presented for the Twice Exceptional Program at the Belin-Blank Center, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa.





Taylor J. C. (2009, July). A structured approach for working with students with behavioral issues.

Presentation for Phenix City Schools, Phenix City, Alabama.

Taylor, J. C. (2008, July). Practical academic programming for students with autism spectrum disorder. Presentation for Lee County Schools, Valley, Alabama.

WORKSHOPS & TRAININGS

Taylor, J. C. (2012, October). The who, what, and how of bullying and practical conflict resolution.

Workshop for the Teaching and Learning Center, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa Taylor, J. C. (2010, July). Bullies and victims: What to look for and how to respond. Training for the Auburn University’s Summer Programs at Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama.

Hill, D. & Taylor, J. C. (2008, May). Working with students with autism and emotional/behavioral disorders. Training for the Summer Autism & Behavior Clinic (ABC) at Auburn University/Auburn City Schools, Auburn, Alabama.

Meade, W. & Taylor J. C. (2007, May). Working with students with autism and emotional/behavioral disorders. Training for the Summer Autism & Behavior Clinic (ABC) at Auburn University/Auburn City Schools, Auburn, Alabama.

Taylor, J. C. & Sellers, J. (2006, May). Working with students with autism and emotional/behavioral disorders. Training for the Summer Autism & Behavior Clinic (ABC) at Auburn University/Auburn City Schools, Auburn, Alabama.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) – Trainer Certification, Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois, June, 2013.

Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness (SREE) – Hierarchical Linear Modeling (HLM), Statistics training, Stanford University, Stanford, California, July 2012.

Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) Certification, Auburn University Autism Center, Auburn University, October 2007.

Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS) Workshop, Emory Autism Center, Emory University, August 2005.

UNIVERSITY TEACHING EXPERIENCE

PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY

Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders: Issues and Concerns (SPLED 461) Spring/Summer 2013; Summer 2014 The course was designed to provide an introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder in association with Penn State World Campus distance learning curricula.

Inclusive Special Education Foundations: Legal, Characteristics, Collaboration, Assessment, and Management (SPLED 400) Fall/Spring 2013-2014; Fall/Spring 2012-2013 The course was delivered via a model of blended instruction and addresses foundational skills for those working with students with special education needs in general education classrooms.

UNIVERSITY TEACHING EXPERIENCE (cont.)

UNIVERSITY OF IOWA

Learning to Use Multi-media to Develop Content (REACH Program) Spring 2012 The course was designed to teach students in the REACH program how to use multi-media tools to document their individual experiences.

Academic and Behavioral Strategies for LD and BD (07U: 183) Spring 2012 The course was designed to provide students with instruction on methodology related to teaching general education content to students with learning disabilities and behavior disorders.

Social and Behavioral Interventions (07U:150) Fall 2011 The course was designed to provide students with instruction on theory and methodology related to applied behavior analysis, data collection, and practical intervention strategies for classroom and behavior management.

Characteristics of Disabilities (07U:140) Spring 2011 The course was designed as a study of exceptionality with an emphasis upon school, community, and family. Current issues in special education and rehabilitation were discussed.

AUBURN UNIVERSITY

Diversity and Exceptionality of Learners (RSED 3000) Fall 2008; Fall 2009 The course was designed to provide students with exploration of philosophical, social, cultural, and individual factors that have shaped the civil rights of and education for individuals with disability;

examination of educational experiences of diverse learners and teachers’ roles and responsibilities with respect to teaching all students in inclusive classrooms.

Practicum/Internship Teaching (RSED 7910a, 7910b, 7920) Spring/Summer/Fall 2006-2009 This course was designed to give Master’s student a variety of experiences in settings that serve individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and behavior disorders in grades K-12.

Advanced Classroom Behavior Management (RSED 7230) Fall 2007 The course was designed to provide students with advanced theory and practice associated with classroom management, Applied Behavior Analysis techniques, interactive theories, and practical experience with for educational and clinical settings.

Classroom Behavior Management (RSED 4010) Summer/Fall 2006 The course was designed to provide students with basic skills associated with classroom management including Applied Behavior Analysis techniques, interactive theories and practical experience with behavior management in educational settings.

CLASSROOM TEACHING EXPERIENCE

(2009 – 2010) Chambers County Schools, Lafayette, Alabama: EBD Lead Teacher self-contained classroom teacher for student with Emotional/Behavioral Disorders.

(2005 – 2009) Autism & Behavior Clinic (ABC) Summer Program, Auburn University:

Director/Supervisor/Lead Teacher - coordinating institutions, programs, and staff for efficient and effective transitions, training and instruction of staff and volunteers, supervision of instructional practice; and evaluation of program effectiveness.

(2000-2004) Lee County Youth Development Center, Opelika, Alabama: Treatment and Placement Program Teacher - developed lesson plans, conducted assessments, delivered instruction, initiated and led IEP meetings, and provided behavioral supports for students ranging from 5th – 12th+ grades covering a variety of subject areas and functional levels.

(1999-2004) East Alabama Mental Health, Opelika, Alabama: Mental Health Technician- initiated and delivered training of functional and social skills to group home clients in classroom, vocational, and social settings.

SERVICE National Level Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders (CCBD)  Webmaster (2014 – Present)  Professional Development Committee (2013 – 2014)  Representative A (2012 – 2014) Teacher Educators for Children with Behavior Disorders (TECBD)  Strand Leader – Academic Interventions (2012) National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)  Special Needs Advisory Board (2012 – Present)  Advisory Board for Disabilities Group for the NSTA Website (2012 – 2014) NSTA – Science Education for Students with Disabilities (SESD)  Chairperson of Outreach & Membership (2011-2013)  Treasurer (2013 – 2014)  President Elect (2015 – 2017) University Level Pennsylvania State University  McNair Scholar Mentor (2013 – 2014) University of Iowa Postdoctoral Association  College of Education Representative (2011 – 2012)  College of Dentistry Representative (2011 – 2012) SERVICE (cont.) College Level Pennsylvania State University, College of Education  Diversity Enhancement Committee (2012 – Present) Pennsylvania State University, College of Education  Curriculum & Instruction – Science Education Search Committee (2012) Department Level Pennsylvania State University, College of Education, Department of Educational Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education  Diversity Enhancement Committee (2012 – Present) Program Level Pennsylvania State University, College of Education, Department of Educational Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education  Severe Practicum Committee o Tasked with identifying and recommending practicum placement options for SPLED major students to work with sever populations  Fixed-Term Faculty Search Committee o Tasked with reviewing, recommending, and hiring a fixed-term faculty member for the SPLED program. Committee was successful.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)  State Affiliation: Pennsylvania Council for Children with Behavior Disorders (CCBD) Division for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Exceptional Learners (DDEL) Division for Learning Disabilities (DLD) Teacher Education Division (TED) National Alliance of Black School Educators (NABSE) National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Science Education for Students with Disabilities (SESD)

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