Jennifer J. Cease-Cook, Ph.D.

2013 Special Education University of North Carolina, Charlotte, Charlotte, NC, United States 
Special Education, Mathematics Education, Secondary Education
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David W. Test grad student 2013 UNC Charlotte
 (The effects of concrete-representational-abstract sequence of instruction on solving equations using inverse operations with high school students with mild intellectual disability.)
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Bartholomew A, Papay C, McConnell A, et al. (2015) Embedding Secondary Transition in the Common Core State Standards Teaching Exceptional Children. 47: 329-335
Cease-Cook J, Fowler C, Test DW. (2015) Strategies for Creating Work-Based Learning Experiences in Schools for Secondary Students with Disabilities. Teaching Exceptional Children. 47: 352-358
Fowler CH, Test DW, Cease-Cook J, et al. (2014) Policy Implications of High School Reform on College and Career Readiness of Youth With Disabilities Journal of Disability Policy Studies. 25: 19-29
Carter EW, Brock ME, Bottema-Beutel K, et al. (2013) Methodological Trends in Secondary Education and Transition Research Looking Backward and Moving Forward Career Development and Transition For Exceptional Individuals. 36: 15-24
Rowe DA, Cease-Cook J, Test DW. (2011) Effects of simulation training on making purchases with a debit card and tracking expenses Career Development For Exceptional Individuals. 34: 107-114
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