Curriculum Vitae


Selected Publications

Yuknis, C., Santini, J., & Appanah, T. (2017). Supporting deaf students – and all students. Educational Leadership, 74(7), 68-70.

Yuknis, C. & Bernstein, E. R. (2017). Supporting students with non-disclosed disabilities-A collective and humanizing approach. In K. Aquino & E. Kim  (Eds.), Disability as Diversity in Higher Education: Policies and Practices to Enhance Student Success. Routledge.

Yuknis, C. (2015). Attitudes of pre-service teachers toward inclusion for students who are deaf. Deafness and Educational International.  DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1179/1557069X15Y.0000000003

Yuknis. C. (2014). Removing the disability from distance education. In T. V. Yuzer & G. Eby (Eds.). Handbook of Research on Emerging Priorities and Trends in Distance Education: Communication, Pedagogy, and Technology (pp. 156-168). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.  DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-5162-3.ch011

Yuknis, C. (2014). A grounded theory of text revision processes used by young adolescents who are deaf. Exceptional Children, 81(3), 307-322.  DOI: 10.1177/0014402914522426

Yuknis, C. (2014, September 1). Using Twitter in higher education [Web log post]. Retrieved from: http://ecologyofeducation.net/wsite/using-twitter-higher-education/

Yuknis, C. (2014). Field notes: Teaching revision to struggling writers. ASCD Express, 9(14). Retrieved from: http://www.ascd.org/ascd-express/vol9/914-yuknis.aspx

Yuknis, C. & Theoharis, R. (2014, April 7). Supporting deaf students with autism after high school. American Society for Deaf Children. Retrieved from: http://deafchildren.org/2014/04/supporting-deaf-students-with-autism-after-high-school/

Yuknis, C. & Theoharis, R. (2013). Supporting deaf students with autism after high school. The Endeavor. Retrieved from: http://deafchildren.org/join/endeavor-magazine/

Theoharis, R., Griswold, D., & Yuknis, C. (2012). Strategies for working with children with autism: Social Stories. The Endeavor, Fall, pp. 20 – 22.

Theoharis, R. & Yuknis, C. (2012). Strategies for working with children with autism: Visual schedules. The Endeavor, Spring/Summer, pp. 5 – 8. Retrieved from: http://issuu.com/asdc/docs/asdcsummer2012v2hires

Theoharis, R., Griswold, D., & Yuknis, C. (2012). Strategies to support communication at home and in the community. The Endeavor, Winter, pp. 20 – 24. Retrieved from: http://issuu.com/asdc/docs/asdcwinter2012hr

 

Selected Presentations

Davis, A., Yuknis, C., & Krakower, W. (2017, March). Relationships: The forgotten ‘R’. Session presented at the ASCD Annual Conference in Anaheim, CA.

Yuknis, C. (2016, April). Using Twitter to informally assess graduate students in education policy. Paper presented at the American Education Research Association Annual Conference in Washington, DC.

Yuknis, C. & Burns, H. (2016, April). Adventures in makerspace. Presented at the ASCD Annual Conference in Atlanta, GA.

Bernstein, E. R. & Yuknis, C. (2015, November). Gaps in Support for Students with Disabilities-Reconceptualizing Approaches to Disabilities Through Culturally Relevant Pedagogy. Paper presented at the ASHE Annual Conference in Denver, CO.

Taylor, S. & Yuknis, C. (2015, May). Tech-supported access to language learning: Making language accessible for deaf and ELL students in mainstream classrooms. Poster presentation at the Common Ground 2015 conference in Ocean City, MD.

Yuknis, C. & Wright, S. J. (2015, April). Transition experiences of college students who are deaf and hard-of-hearing. Poster presentation at the Council for Exceptional Children Conference in San Diego, CA.

Yuknis, C. (2015, March). Breaking tradition in 21st century teacher education. Presented at the ASCD Annual Conference in Houston, TX.

Yuknis, C., Boogart A. V., & Dickenson, P. (Spring 2013). Developing innovative school-university partnerships. Presented at the ASCD Annual Conference in Chicago, IL.

Theoharis, R. & Yuknis, C. (Fall 2012). Perceptions and attitudes of pre-service teachers about inclusion: One university’s introductory special education course. Presented at the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children Conference in Grand Rapids, MI.

Yuknis, C. & Theoharis, R. (Summer 2012). Measuring student progress. Presented at the Charleston Educator Symposium in Charleston, SC.

Yuknis, C. & Otwell, M. (Summer 2012). Ethical challenges in the workplace. Presented at the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders in College Park, MD.

Theoharis, R. & Yuknis, C. (Spring 2012). Implementing Strengths-based Transition Plans. Presented at the National Transition Conference in Washington, DC.

Yuknis, C. & Theoharis, R. (Fall 2011). Getting students on the “write” path with correct writing sequences. Presented at the Kappa Delta Pi Convocation in Indianapolis, IN.

Yuknis, C. (Summer 2011). Literacy outcomes for students who are deaf. Presented at the Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf Conference in Ft. Worth, TX.

Yuknis, C. (Spring 2008). 21st Century Deaf Education: Mainstreamed or Marginalized? Presented at the EDHI/EDPS Graduate Student Research Conference in College Park, MD.

Yuknis, C. (Fall 2007). Making writing concrete presented at the Maryland State Teachers Convention in Ocean City, MD.