Kathryn Casey Assistant Professor

  • Office Location: Winther 5047
  • Phone: (262) 472-1225
  • Email: caseyk@uww.edu
  • Department(s): Special Education
Kathryn Casey

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D. University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2009; Major: Educational Studies, emphasis on Emotional/Behavior Disorders
  • MSE University of Wisconsin-Whitewater 2006; Special Education
  • BSE University of Wisconsin-Whitewater 2001; Special Education, emphasis on Emotional/Behavioral Disorders

COURSES

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Reading comprehension strategies taught using the Self-Regulated Strategy Development (SRSD) Model
  • Using data to inform instructional practices
  • Academic, behavioral, and transition status of youth in care

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • Hagaman, J.L., Casey, K.J., & Reid, R. (2012).  The effects of the paraphrasing strategy and goal setting on the reading comprehension of third grade students at-risk for reading failure. Remedial and Special Education.
  • Casey, K.J., Reid, R., Trout, A.L., Duppong Hurley, K., Thompson, R., & Chmelka, B. (2010).  The transition status of youth departing residential care.  Child and Youth Care Forum.
  • Trout, A.L., Casey, K.J., Chmelka, B.M., DeSalvo, C., Reid, R., & Epstein, M.H. (2009).  Overlooked: Children with disabilities in residential care.  Child Welfare, 88, 111-136.
  • Casey, K.J., Hagaman, J.L., Trout, A., Chmelka, M.B., Reid, R., and Thompson, R. (2008).  Children with ADHD in residential care.  Journal of Child and Family Studies, 17, 909-927.
  • Casey, K. J., Hagaman, J. L., Trout, A., Chmelka, M. B., Reid, R., & Thompson, R. (in press). Children with ADHD in residential care. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 17, 909-927.
  • Trout, A.L., Hagaman, J.L., Casey, K.J., Reid. R., & Epstein, M.H. (2008). The academic status of children and youth in out-of-home care: A review of the literature. Children and Youth Services Review, 30, 979-994.
  • Trout, A.L., Casey, K.J., Chmelka, B.M., DeSalvo, C., Reid, R., & Epstein, M.H. (in press). Overlooked: Children with disabilities in residential care. Child Welfare.