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Carmen McGuinness

Carmen McGuinness
Chrysalis Center for Change · Clinical Practice

Doctor of Education

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Introduction
Due to the demands of distance learning during the CoVid19 pandemic, I am currently working on student delivery of direct instruction and parent delivery of behavioral training via distance platforms.

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Publications (6)
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The white paper allows the reader to understand an issue, solve a problem, or make a decision. ABSTRACT This educational white paper is being written in the wake of school closures resulting from the CoVid-19 pandemic. As the necessity for distance learning has become apparent in order to reduce the spread of CoVid-19, the burden of the education o...
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A poster session presenting parent reports on the effects of parent training on parent-child relationship.
Conference Paper
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The Effect of Parent Training on Coping Behavior in Parents of Children with Developmental Disorders. Carmen McGuinness, 2014: Dissertation, Nova University, Abraham S. Fischler School of Education. ERIC Descriptors: Developmental Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Parental Coping, Parental Self-Efficacy, Parental Sense of Well-Being, Applied Be...
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Eighty-seven children, 6 to 16 years of age, with reading and/or spelling difficulties were trained in a new program (Phono-GraphixTM) that emphasizes phoneme awareness training, sound-to-print orientation, curriculum design sequenced by orthographic complexity, and active parental supervision in homework assignments. The children’s initial level o...
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NINETY-FOUR first-grade children were used to develop a predictive reading battery. The Lindamood Auditory Conceptualization Test (LAC) of phonological awareness was the strongest predictor of reading recognition and decoding skills. Following test development, 42 children were trained using a structured phonological reading method emphasizing Engl...

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