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Lynne Cook, Ph.D.

Title: Dean, College of Education

Department: College of Education

Office: COE 1409
Phone Extension: x3510
Email Username: lcook

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Publications: Books



 

Publications: Chapters and Monographs

  • Cook, L., & Hall, K. S. (2004). Making paperwork work for you and your students. In J. Burnett & C. Peters-Johnson (Eds.). Thriving As a Special Educator (pp. 49-61). Arlington , VA : The Council for Exceptional Children.
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (2004). Collaborating with professionals and parents without being overwhelmed: Building partnerships and teams. In J. Burnett & C. Peters-Johnson (Eds.). Thriving As a Special Educator (pp. 29-39) . Arlington , VA : The Council for Exceptional Children.
  • Cook, L., & Friend, M. (1998). Co-teaching: Guidelines for creating effective practices. In E. Meyen , G. A. Vergason, & R. J. Whelen (Eds.). Educating Students with Mild Disabilities . (pp 453-481). Denver : Love.
  • Boe, E. E., Bobbitt, S. A., Cook, L. H., & Weber, A. L. (1998). The production of degree graduates by teacher education programs in special and general education: Too much or not enough? Series on Teacher Availability in Special Education : Vol. 3. Reston , VA : The Council for Exceptional Children.
  • Boe, E. E., Cook, L. H., Bobbitt, S. A., & Weber, A. L. (1998). Retention and attrition of teachers at the district level: National trends in special and general education . Series on Teacher Availability in Special Education : Vol. 2. Reston , VA : The Council for Exceptional Children.
  • Cook, L. H., & Boe, E . E. (1998). How many qualified teachers are needed for students with disabilities? Series on Teacher Availability in Special Education : Vol. 1. Reston , VA : The Council for Exceptional Children.
  • Cook, L., & Friend, M. (1996). Co-teaching guidelines for creating effective practices. In E .L. Meyen, G. A. Vergason, & R. J. Whelan (Eds.). Strategies for teaching exceptional children in inclusive settings. (pp. 155-182). Denver : Love.
  • Cook, L. H., Weintraub, F. J., & Morse, W. C. (1995). Ethical dilemmas in the restructuring of special education. In J. L. Paul, H. Rosselli & D. Evans. (Eds.). Integrating school restructuring and special education reform (pp. 119-139). Fort Worth , TX : Harcourt Brace.
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (1995). Inclusion: What it takes to make it work, why it sometimes fails, and how teachers really feel about it. In K. L. Freiberg (Ed . ). Educating exceptional children: Annual editions (8th Ed.) (pp. 6-9). Guilford , CT : McGraw Hill/Dushkin.
  • Cook, L., & Friend, M. (1993) Educational leadership for teacher collaboration. In B. Billingsley (Ed.), Program leadership for serving students with disabilities . Richmond , VA : State.
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (1990). Assessing the climate for collaboration. In W. Secord & E. Wiig (Eds.), Collaborative programming in the schools: Concepts, models, and procedures (Best practices in school speech/language pathology, Vol. 1) (pp. 67-73). San Antonio , TX : Psychological Corporation.
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (1988). Pragmatic issues in school consultation training. In J. F. West (Ed.), School consultation: Interdisciplinary perspectives on theory, research, training, and practice (pp. 127-142). Austin , TX : Association for Educational and Psychological Consultants.
  • Kokaska, C., & Cook, L. (1983). Career development and behavior disorders: A review of definitions and concepts. In A. Fink, C. Kokaska, L. Cook, D. Eyde, & P. Sitlington (Eds.), Career development for behaviorally disordered individuals (pp. 10-25). Reston , VA : The Council for Exceptional Children.
  • Fink, A., Kokaska, C., Cook, L., Eyde, D., & Sitlington, P. (Eds.). (1983). Career development for behaviorally disordered individuals. Reston , VA : The Council for Exceptional Children.
  • Cook, L., & Morris, S. (1977). Mainstreaming: Implications for public schools. In P. Bates, T. L. West, & R. B. Schmerl (Eds.), Mainstreaming: Problems, potentials, and perspectives . Minneapolis : Leadership Training Institute, University of Minnesota .


 

Publications: Refereed Journals



 

Other Articles

  • Cook, L. H., & Boe, E. E. (May-June 2006). The changing nature of beginning special education teachers: What every administrator should know. InCASE , 47 (6), 1-3.
  • Cook, L. H., & Boe, E. E. (March-April 2004) Exploding the myths if the special education teacher turnover: Examining progress made. InCASE , 45 (5), 1-2.
  • Cook, L. H., & Boyer, L. (March-April 2004) Using district data to understand and reduce special education teacher turnover. InCASE,, 45 (5), 5 & 7.
  • Williams, J., & Cook, L. (2003). Teacher preparation: Strengthening programming to practice for administrators. InCASE , 44 (5), 4, 8.  
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (1993). Inclusion: What it takes to make it work, why it sometimes fails, and how teachers really feel about it. Instructor, 103, 52-56.
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (1992). The new mainstreaming: How it really works. Instructor, 101(7), 30-36.
  • Cook, L., & Male, M. C. (1986). Cooperative learning in California . Counterpoint, 6 (3), 15.
  • Price, J. P., & Cook, L. (1979). Strategies to reduce school disruption. Cross Reference Journal of Public Policy and Multicultural Education, 2, 184-194.
  • Price, J. P., & Cook, L. (1978). Social disruption in public school settings. College and School Innovator, 9, 5-8.  


 

Other Publications

  • Cook, L., & Downing, J. (2005). The practicalities of collaboration in special education service delivery. An interview by Sally Spencer in Intervention in School and Clinic , 40(5), p296-300.
  • Cook, L. (2005). The principal's role in facilitating collaboration: An interview with Dr. Lynne Cook. Featured in B. Billingsley , Cultivating and keeping committed special education teachers. What principals and district leaders can do (pp. 140-143). Thousand Oaks , CA : Corwin.
  • Cook, L., & Hall, K. S. (2003). Five strategies to limit the burdens of paperwork . ERIC EC Digest #E654.
  • Murawski, W. W., Kurtts, S., Cook, L., & Friend, M. (2003). Instructor's resource manual for Interactions: Collaboration skills for school professionals (4 th ed.). Boston : Allyn & Bacon.
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (1996). The power of two: Making a difference through co-teaching (Facilitator's Manual) . Bloomington , IN : Elephant Rock Productions. Distributed by the Council for Exceptional Children, Reston , VA.
  • Cook, L. (1995). Multidisciplinary practice and collaboration. Proceedings of the 1995 Annual Meeting of the Multidisciplinary Academy of Clinical Education (MACE). Madison , WI : University of Wisconsin Medical School , 1-9.
  • Cook, L., & Friend, M. (1993). Program development. In J. Alberg (Ed.), Models for integrating students with diverse needs. Raleigh , NC : Research Triangle Institute.
  • Cook, L. (1993). Interdisciplinary professional collaboration in service of children with disabilities [Videotape]. Raleigh , NC : Enright Enterprises.
  • Cook, L. (1993). Models for professional collaboration in schools [Videotape]. Raleigh , NC : Enright Enterprises.
  • Cook, L. (1993). Communication and interpersonal skills for collaboration [Videotape]. Raleigh , NC : Enright Enterprises.
  • Cook, L. (1992). Recruitment and retention of special educators : ERIC/ECER Topical Bibliography and Abstracts. Reston , VA : The Council for Exceptional Children.
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (Eds.) (1991). Editorial. Preventing School Failure, 35 (4), 4.
  • Cook, L. (1990). A conceptual framework for collaboration in special education . [Audiotape]. Reston , VA : The Council for Exceptional Children.
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (1989). Pragmatic issues in developing consultation programs. In Illinois State Board of Education, Papers from the First Annual Illinois Initiatives Conference . Springfield , IL : Illinois State Board of Education.
  • Cavallaro, C. C., & Cook, L. (1986). Task analysis: What, why and how? In M. McIntyre (Ed.), New dimensions in interpreter education: Task analysis, theory and application (Proceedings of the Fifth Meeting of the Conference of Interpreter Trainers) (pp. 6-­20). Silver Spring , MD : Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf.
  • Cook, L. (Speaker). (1985). Cooperative learning in teacher training programs in the California State University System [Videotape]. Sacramento : Training Resource Center , California State Department of Education.
  • Cook, L. (Producer). (1985). Administering, scoring, and interpreting standardized tests in special and remedial education [Videotapes and self-instructional modules]. Northridge: California State University .
  • Cook, L. (1984). [Review of Disruptive Youth in Schools], Behavioral Disorders, 9 , 223-224.
  • Cook, L. (1978). The relationship of teachers' training to perceptions of student behavior problems, teaching competence, and the utility of support roles (Doctoral dissertation, University of Michigan, 1979 ). Dissertation Abstracts International, 6059A.  


 

Research and Data Analysis Reports

  • Boe, E. E., Cook, L. H., & Sunderland , R. J. (2007). The prevalence of various aspects of
    teacher preparation, induction, mentoring, extra support, professional development, and workload factors for beginning teachers in special and general education. ( Data Analysis Report 2007-DAR1 ). Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania , Graduate School of Education, Center for Research and Evaluation in Social Policy.
  • Boe, E. E., Cook, L. H., & Sunderland , R. J. (Revised, 2007). Teacher turnover in special and general education: Exit attrition, teaching area transfer, and school migration. (Research Report 2006-TSDQ3 ). Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania , Graduate School of Education, Center for Research and Evaluation in Social Policy.
  • Boe, E. E., Cook, L. H., & Sunderland , R. J. (2006) Attrition of beginning teachers: Does teacher preparation matter? ( Research Report 2006-TSDQ2 ). Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania , Graduate School of Education, Center for Research and Evaluation in Social Policy
  • Cook, L. H., & Boe, E. E. (2006, Revised). From whence didst thou come: National trends in the sources of supply of teachers in special and general education. ( Research Report. 2004-TSDQ1). Philadelphia : University of Pennsylva要ia , Graduate School of Education, Center for Research and Evaluation in Social Policy.
     
  • B oe, E. E., Shin, S., & Cook, L. H. (2005). Does teacher preparation matter for beginning teachers in either special or general education? ( Research Report. 2005-TSD3 ). Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania , Graduate School of Education, Center for Research and Evaluation in Social Policy.  
  • Boe, E. E., & Cook, L. H. (2005, Revised). The chronic and increasing shortage of fully-certified teachers in special and general education. (Research Report. 2004-TSDQ2 ). Philadelphia : University of Pennsylva要ia , Graduate School of Education, Center for Research and Evaluation in Social Policy.  
  • Cook, L. H., & Boe, E. E. (2004). From whence didst thou come: National trends in the sources of supply of teachers in special and general education . (Research Report 2004-TSD1). Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania , Graduate School of Education, Center for Research and Evaluation in Social Policy.  
  • Boe, E. E., & Cook, L. H. (2004) The chronic and increasing shortage of fully-certified teachers in special and general education. (Research Report 2004-TSD2 ). Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania , Graduate School of Education, Center for Research and Evaluation in Social Policy.
  • Boe, E. E., Cook, L. H., Paulson, C. A., Baranic, G., & Leow, C. S. (1999). Productivity of teacher preparation programs: Surplus or shortage in quantity and quality of degree graduates. (Data Analysis Report No. 1999-DAR2 ). Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania , Graduate School of Education, Center for Research and Evaluation in Social Policy. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. Ed 434 107).
  • Boe, E. E., Bobbitt, S. A., Cook, L. H., Barkanic, G., & Maislin, G. (1998). Sources of supply of teachers for eight cognate areas: National trends and predictors. (Data Analysis Report No. 1998-DAR2). Philadelphia : University of Pennsylva要ia , Graduate School of Education, Center for Research and Evaluation in Social Policy. (ERIC Reproduction Service No. 432 542).
  • Boe, E. E., Bobbitt, S. A., Cook, L. H., Barkanic, G., & Maislin, G. (1998). Teacher turnover in eight cognate areas: National trends and predictors. (Data Analysis Report No. 1998-DAR3). Philadelphia : University of Pennsylva要ia , Graduate School of Education, Center for Research and Evaluation in Social Policy. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. Ed 426 991).
  • Boe, E. E., Bobbitt, S. A., Cook, L. H., & Barkanic, G. (1998). National trends in teacher supply and turnover for special and general education (Data Analysis Report No. 1998-DAR1). Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania , Graduate School of Education, Center for Research and Evaluation in Social Policy. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. Ed 426 549).
  • Boe, E. E., Bobbitt, S. A., Cook, L. H., Whitener, S .D., & Weber, A. L. (1996). Retention and attrition of teachers at the district level: National trends in special and general education ( Research Report 1996-TSD6 ). Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania , Graduate School of Education, Center for Research and Evaluation in Social Policy.  
  • Boe, E. E., Bobbitt, S. A., Cook, L. H., & Weber, A. L. (1996). The production of degree graduates by teacher preparation programs in special and general education: Too much or not enough? ( Research Report 1996-TSD4 ). Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania , Graduate School of Education, Center for Research and Evaluation in Social Policy. Also issued in the "Series on Teacher Availability in Special Education: Volume 3" by the National Clearinghouse for Professions in Special Education, The Council for Exceptional Children, Reston VA. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. Ed 406 364).
  • Boe, E. E., Cook, L. H., Bobbitt, S. A., & Weber, A. L. (1996). Retention and attrition of teachers at the district level: National trends in special and general education (Research Report 1996-TSD6 ). Philadelphia : University of Pennsylva要ia , Graduate School of Education, Center for Research and Evaluation in Social Policy. Also issued in the "Series on Teacher Availability in Special Education: Volume 2" by the National Clearinghouse for Professions in Special Education, The Council for Exceptional Children, Reston VA. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. Ed 410 742).
  • Boe, E .E., Bobbitt, S. A., Cook, L. H., Whitener, S. D., & Weber, A. L. (1996). Predictors of retention, transfer, and attrition of special and general education teachers: Data from the 1988-89 Teacher Followup Survey. (Working Paper No. 96-12). Washington , DC : National Center for Education Statistics , U.S. Department of Education.
  • Boe, E. E., Cook, L. H., Kaufman, M. J., & Danielson, L. (1995). Supply of special and general education teachers in public schools: 1987-88 ( Research Report 1995-TSD1 ). Philadelphia : University of Pennsylva要ia , Graduate School of Education, Center for Research and Evaluation in Social Policy.
  • Boe, E. E., Cook, L. H., Kaufman, M. J., & Danielson, L. C. (1993). From whence didst thou come? Sources of special and general education teachers in national perspective (Research Report 1993-TSD1). Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania , Graduate School of Education, Center for Research and Evaluation in Social Policy.
  • Boe, E. E., Bobbitt, S. A., & Cook, L. H. (1993). Whither didst thou go? Retention, reassignment, migration, and attrition of special education teachers in national perspective (Research Report 1993-TSD2). Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania , Graduate School of Education, Center for Research and Evaluation in Social Policy. Reproduced in Working Paper No. 94-06 , Washington , DC: National Center for Education Statistics , U.S. Department of Education.
  • Cook, L. (1983). Differential standards in the proficiency assessment of special education students in California : An implementation study . Sacramento : California State Department of Education.
  • Cook, L. (1978). Problems and issues of teacher consultation in Michigan (TCM Special Report). Detroit , MI : Teacher Consultants of Michigan .
  • Price, J. P., & Cook, L. (1977). Strategies to combat violence and vandalism in school settings (PFASD Report). Ann Arbor , MI : University of Michigan , Project for the Fair Administration of Student Discipline.
  • Price, J. P., & Cook, L. (1976). Teachers' perceptions of students' social behavior problems and related management issues in Michigan secondary schools (PFASD Report). Ann Arbor , MI : University of Michigan , Project for the Fair Administration of Student Discipline.
  • Bates, P., West, T., Cook, L., & Hoffman, E. (1976). Children with special needs in secondary science programs: Survey results (Project on Mainstreaming Report). Ann Arbor , MI : University of Michigan .  


 

Selected Presentations: National and International

  • Cook, L. H., & Miller, J. (2007, July). The power of two:  Co-teaching for improved services for students with disabilities. A full day workshop presented at the University of Northern Colorado 's 2007 Bresnahan-Halstead and Kephart Center Symposia, Vail, CO.  
  • Boe, E. E., Cook, L. H., & Sunderland , R. J. (2007, July). The supply, qualifications, and attrition of teachers from traditional and alternative routes of preparation (Panel on NCLB policy and research on alternative route preparation) . Paper presented at the 2007 OSEP Project Directors Conference, Washington , DC .
  • Millar, T., Braun, J., Krinsky, E., Furtado, L, & Cook, L. (2007, February). Improving Science Teacher s from College Freshmen to Veterans. Presentation at the 59 th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education, New York , NY .
  • Boe, E. E., Sunderland , R. J., & Cook, L. H. (2006, November).  Special Education Teacher Education, (Keynote Panel) . Paper presented at the 29 th Annual TED Conference, San Diego , CA.
  • Boe, E. E., Cook, L. H.., & Sunderland , B. (2006, November). The supply of teachers from traditional and alternative routes of preparation. Paper presented at the 29 th Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, San Diego , CA .
  • Cook, L. H., Friend, M.F., & Rush, C. B. (2006, April). I know what to do for the studentsBut what about the grown-ups? Workshop at the 84 th Annual Convention of the International Council for Exceptional Children, Salt Lake City , UT.
  • Friend, M.., Hurley-Chamberlain, D., & Cook, L. H. (2006, April). NCLB and IDEA: Disaster or golden opportunity for co-teaching? Presentation at the 84th Annual Convention of the International Council for Exceptional Children, Salt Lake City , UT.
  • Boe, E. E., Cook, L. H., & Sunderland , R .J. (2005, July). Turnover of special education teachers: New research on the extent and impact of exit attrition, transfer to general education, and school transfer. Presentation at the Research Project Director's Conference, Office of Special Education Programs, U. S. Department of Education, Washington, DC.
  • Boe, E. E., Cook, L. H., Sunderland , R .J, McGrew, S. P., & May, H. (2005, April). Three factor framework for understanding chronic teacher shortages: Causes and solutions. Paper presented at the 83 rd Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Baltimore , MD.
  • Cook, L., & Friend, M, (2005, April). Co-Teaching---Challenging traditional structures to meet diverse student needs. .Presentation made at the 2005 Convention of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Orlando , FL.
  • Cook, L., & Friend, M. (2005, April). What do I do about the grown-ups? Hints for new teachers . Workshop presented at the 83 rd Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Baltimore , MD.
  • Cook, L., Hubble, S., & McLeskey. J. (2005, April). Implications for preparing and hiring highly qualified teachers. Panel presentation in the Strand : Highly Qualified Teachers: Challenges and Responses to NCLB and IDEA. presentation at the 83 rd Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Baltimore , MD.  
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (2005, April). Co-teaching: Educators' classroom practices and preference. Paper presented at the 83 rd Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Baltimore , MD. 
  • Sindelar, P., Boe, E .E, Cook, L. H., Kealy, M., & Rosenberg , M. (2005, April). Meeting NCLB's hghly-qualified requirement via alternative route training: Opportunities and pitfalls. TED Showcase panel presentation at the 83 rd Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Baltimore , MD.
  • Cook, L., Williams, J. M., & Weintraub, F. (2005, March). Highly qualified teachers: Meeting the needs of students with learning disabilities. Presentation at the 2005 International Learning Disabilities Association Conference, Lake Tahoe , NV .  
  • Boe, E. E., & Cook, L. H. (2004, November). The serious shortage of qualified teachers in special education: Scope, sources, solutions. Paper presented at the 27 th Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Albuquerque , NM .
  • Cook, L., & Friend, M. (2004, November). Preparation for collaboration among highly qualified teachers. Paper presented at the 27 th Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Albuquerque , NM .
  • Cook, L, & Friend, M. (2004, April). Co-teaching: Promises, challenges, and pragmatics. Full day preconvention workshop presented at the 82 nd Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, New Orleans , LA.
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (2004, April). Roles of co-teachers: The good, the bad, and the ugh-ly . Presentation at the 82 nd Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, New Orleans , LA.
  • Hertzog, H., Montano, T., Cook, L., & Eaton, A. (2004, February). Reconstructing teacher education is everybody's business - Teachers for a New Era at CSU Northridge: One year later. Presentation at the Annual meeting of American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education, Chicago , IL .  
  • Cook, L., Friend, M, & Spencer, S. (2003, November). Prepari ng candidates for collaboration t hrough s tandards b ased i nstruction and a ssessment . Presentation at the 26 th Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Biloxi , MS .
  • Boe, E. E., Cook, L. H., & Barkanic, G. (2003, February). Teacher education does make a difference: National data on first-time teachers with and without teacher preparation . Presentation at the Personnel Preparation Project Director's Conference, Office of Special Education Programs, U. S. Department of Education, Washington, DC.
  • Cook, L., Valesy, B., & Crutchfield, M. (2002, November). Developing a candidate assessment system . Presentation at the 25 th Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Savannah , GA.
  • Blanton, L., & Cook, L. (2002, November). Interviewing for a higher education position . Kaleidoscope workshop at the 25 th Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Savannah , GA.
  • Cook, L., Friend, M., & Murawski, W. (2002, November). Ensuring better outcomes in collaboration through standards-based instruction and assessment . Presentation at the 25 th Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Savannah , GA.
  • Kappner, A., Cook, L., Breneman, D., & Floden, R. (2002, July). Teachers for a New Era . A panel presentation for Colleges and Classrooms: Redesigning Teacher Preparation Policies, a conference of the National Governor's Association Center for Best Practices and the National Conference of State Legislatures, San Francisco , CA .
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (2002, April). But how do I get it all done? Managing and scheduling . Presentation at the 80 th Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, New York , NY .
  • Cook, L., & Friend, M. (2001, November). Preparing special educators to create collaborative schools: Looking at the big picture Paper presented at the 24 th Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, St. Petersburg , FL.
  • Cook, L., & Friend, M. (2001, April). But what do I do about the grown ups? Some hints for new teachers. Presentation at the 79 th Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Kansas City , MO.
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (2001, March). Faculty members' and preprofessionals' knowledge about, perceptions of, and participation in interprofessional collaboration . Poster session at the 53 rd Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges and for Teacher Education, Dallas , TX .
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (2001, March). Co-teaching as a strategy for school renewal. Presentation at the 56 th Annual Conference of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Boston , MA .
  • Lindahl, C., Cook, L., & Servatius, J. (2001, March). Developing and implementing a systemwide distance learning program. Presentation at the 2001 National Conference of the American Association for Higher Education, Washington , DC .
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (2000, November). If you build it, will they come? Collaboration in higher education . Presentation at the 23 rd Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Las Vegas , NV .
  • Martin, S., Cook, L., Epanchin, B., & Siders, J. (2000, November). The leadership challenge: Leading the academic program in the new millennium. Featured session presented at the 23 rd Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Las Vegas , NV .
  • Voltz, D. L., Brazil , N. R., Worthman, J. F., & Cook, L. H. (2000, October). Professional development for culturally responsive instruction: Teachers taking the lead. Presentation made at the Council for Exceptional Children/Division for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Learners Symposium on Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Exceptional Learners, Albuquerque , NM .
  • Cook, L. H., Voltz, D. L., & Sparling, S. (2000, October). Considering cultural frames of reference: A prerequisite to successful working relationships with parents and colleagues. Presentation at the Council for Exceptional Children/Division for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Learners Symposium on Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Exceptional Learners, Albuquerque , NM .
  • Cook, L. (2000, April). Exceeding the standards; using professional judgment. In panel discussion with E. Kozleski , R. Mainzer, S. Martin, K. Paloukas, & J. Vaughan: Teaching and learning in teacher preparation: What do standards have to do with it? Presentation at the 78 th Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Vancouver , British Columbia .
  • Campbell-Whatley, G. D., Cook, L., Webb-Johnson, G., Dooley, E., & Jeffries, P. (1999, November). Diversity in the special education teaching force. Paper presented at the 22 nd Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Palm Springs , CA .  
  • Ritter, S. A., Cook, L., & Hall, K. S. (1999, November). Reforming teacher education: International perspectives . Paper presented at the 22 nd Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Palm Springs , CA .  
  • Ritter, S., Cook, L., & Hall, K. S. (1999, July). Reforming teacher education in the United States . Paper presented at the 6 th Biennial International Conference of the International Association of Special Education, University of Sydney , Australia .
  • Cook, L. (1999, April). Directions for teacher education in special education: Understanding the context. A Showcase presentation at the 77 th Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Charlotte , NC .
  • Cook, L, & Friend, M. (1999, April). Secrets for successful relationships as beginning teachers. Presentation at the 77 th Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Charlotte , NC .
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (1998, November). Sharing about sharing: Teachers' experiences in school collaboration. Presentation at the 21 st Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Dallas , TX .
  • Boe, E. E., & Cook, L. H. (1998, April). Yield of graduates from teacher preparation programs for the teaching force. Paper at the 76 th Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Minneapolis , MN .
  • Friend, M, & Cook, L. (1998, April). Teaming for students: What's happening in the field? Presentation at the 76 th Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Minneapolis , MN .
  • Kozleski, E., Blanton, L., Cook, L., Epanchin, B., & Sears, S. (1998, April). Merging special and general education knowledge bases through teacher preparation. Showcase presentation at the 76 th Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Minneapolis , MN .
  • Cook, L., Friend, M., & Hall, K. S. (1997, November). Strategies for teaching collaboration skills. Presentation at the 20 th Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Savannah , GA.
  • Boe, E. E., Bobbitt, S. A., Cook, L. H., & Paulson, C. A. (1997, November). The yield of degree graduates from teacher preparation programs: Initial results. Paper presented for the Research and Information Committee, the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE), Washington , DC .
  • Boe, E. E., Cook, L. H., & Bobbitt, S. A. (1997, August). Special education teachers: Demand and shortage trends in national perspective . Paper presented at the Office of Special Education Programs, U.S. Department of Education, Washington , DC .  
  • Cook, L. H., & Friend, M. (1996, November). Student-centered teams--In search of an identity. Presentation at the 19 th Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Washington , DC .
  • Cook, L., & Friend, M. (1996, April). Secrets for co-teaching success. Presentation made at the 73 rd Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Orlando , FL.
  • Boe, E. E., Cook, L. H., Bobbitt, S. A., & Terhanian, G. (1995, November). National trends in teacher supply and demand: The significance of recently graduated teachers in special and general education. Paper presented at the 18 th Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Honolulu , HI .
  • Cook, L., Robinson, S., & Friend, M. (1995, November). Designs for teaching about co-teaching. Presentation made at the 18 th Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Honolulu , HI .
  • Boe, E. E., Bobbitt, S. A., Cook, L. H., & Weber, A. L. (1995, July). Teaching field transfer: A major component of teacher supply, demand, and shortage . Paper presented at the 1995 OSEP Research Project Directors' Conference, Washington , DC .  
  • Boe, E. E., Bobbitt, S. A., Cook, L. H., & Weber, A. L. (1995, May). Retention, transfer, and attrition of special and general education teachers in national perspective . Paper presented at the National Dissemination Forum on Issues Relating to Special Education Teacher Satisfaction, Retention and Attrition, Washington , DC . (ERIC Document Repro. Service: ED 389 158)
  • Cook, L., & Friend, M. (1995, April). Does co-teaching really make a difference? Presentation made at the 72 nd Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Indianapolis , IN.
  • Cook, L., & Sindelar, P. (1993, November). National certification: What are the issues? Debate held at a plenary session at the 16 th Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Orlando , FL.
  • Cook, L., & Schnorr, J. (1993, November). Attracting talented and diverse individuals into special education careers. Presentation made at the 16 th Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Orlando , FL.
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (1993, November). Preparing special educators for co-teaching roles. Presentation made at the 16 th Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Orlando , FL.
  • Boe, E. E., Bobbitt, S. A., & Cook, L. H. (1993, April). Whither didst thou go? Retention, reassignment, migration, and attrition of special and general education teachers in national perspective. Paper presented at the meeting of the Council for Exceptional Children, San Antonio , TX . (ERIC Document Repro苓uc負ion Service No. ED 361 990)
  • Boe E. E., & Cook, L. (1993, April). Retention, transfer, and attrition of special education teachers. Presentation made at the 71 st Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, San Antonio , TX .
  • Cook, L. (1993, April). Preparing special educators: Can we have both quantity and quality? Invited presentation made for the Ethical and Legal Issues Strand at the 71 st Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, San Antonio , TX .
  • Cook, L., & Parshall, L. (1993, April). Teacher supply and demand: Data availability to states and institutions of higher education. Presentation made at the 71 st Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, San Antonio , TX .
  • Cook, L. (1993, April). Who will teach? Who will serve? A national personnel agenda. Presentation made at the 71 st Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, San Antonio , TX .
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (1992, November). Teaching interaction patterns as a strategy for preparing special educators to collaborate. Presentation made at the 15 th Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Cincinnati , OH .
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (1992, May). Professional collaboration: From concept to practice. Invited daylong seminar presented at the 1992 Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists, Saskatoon , Saskatchewan , Canada .
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (1992, April). What to say and how to say it: Communication patterns to facilitate collaboration . Presentation made at the 70 th Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Baltimore , MD.
  • Cook, L. (1992, April). Professional action workshop: Support groups for practicing professionals. Presentation made at the 70 th Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Baltimore , MD.
  • Cook, L. (1992, April). Multiple perspectives, multiple purposes: Sorting out personnel data. Presentation made at the 70 th Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Baltimore , MD.
  • Cook, L., & Suter, C. (1992, April). Members and units network with 1,000+ potential special educators. Presentation made at the 70 th Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Baltimore , MD.
  • Price-Ellingstad, D., Cook, L., & Weintraub, F. (1992, April). Energizing your chapter through recruitment and retention. Presentation made at the 70 th Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Baltimore , MD.
  • Cook, L. (1992, January). Designing local strategies for personnel recruitment, development, and retention. Presentation at the International Policy Conference of the Council for Administrators of Special Education, San Diego , CA .
  • Cook, L., Friend, M., & Lessen, E. (1991, November). Preparing teachers for empowerment. Presentation at the 14 th Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division, Council for Exceptional Children, Charlotte , NC .
  • Cook, L. (1991, November). Personnel needs: Multiple perspectives . Presentation at the Annual Conference of the National Association of State Directors of Special Education, Cincinnati , OH .
  • Cook, L., & Murray, K. (1991, November). Cracker-barrel: Promoting CSPD . Session presented at the Annual Conference of the National Association of State Directors of Special Education, Cincinnati , OH .
  • Cook, L., & Friend, M. (1991, April). Interactions: Working together to achieve better results. Preconvention keynote paper presented at the 69 th Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Atlanta , GA.
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (1991, April). What they never prepared you for in school: Specific communication skills to help you collaborate . Presentation at the 69 th Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Atlanta , GA.
  • Cook, L. (1991, March). Emerging trends in recruiting and retaining special education and related services personnel . Presentation at the 5 th Annual Federal/State Data Managers Meeting, Washington, DC.
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (1991, February). A conceptual framework for collaboration in special education . Invited workshop at the Annual Conference of the Learning Disabilities Association of America, Chicago , IL .
  • Cook, L., & Weintraub, F .J. (1991, January). Personnel shortages--It's everybody's problem. Presentation at the International Policy Conference of the Council for Administrators of Special Education, Orlando , FL.
  • Cook, L., & Friend, M. (1990, November). Identifying competencies and developing curriculum to prepare personnel for professional collaboration . Presentation at the 13 th Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, Anchorage , AK .
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (1990, October). Collaboration for the 1990's: Looking for the right questions instead of the right answers . Invited presentation made at the Annual Conference of the Council for Learning Disabilities, Austin , TX .
  • Cook, L., & Friend, M. (1990, April). A conceptual framework for collaboration in special education. Preconvention keynote paper presented at the 68 th Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Toronto , ON .
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (1990, April). A blueprint for collaborative school programs and practices. Preconvention keynote presented at the 68 th Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Toronto , ON .
  • Cook, L., & Friend, M. (1990, April). The fundamentals of collaboration. Paper presented at the 68 th Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Toronto , ON .
  • Cook, L., & Weintraub, F .J. (1990, February). Collaborating: Skills for professionals and parents or a strategy for eliminating special education? Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Learning Disabilities Association of America, Anaheim , CA .


 

Selected Presentations: Regional/State

  • Cook, L., & Griggs, D. (2007, March). Annual Report of the Committee on Accreditation . Presented to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, Sacramento , CA.  
  • Lyons, J. & Cook, L. H. (2006, March). CSUDH's Mathematics and Science Teacher Initiative (MSTI): A strategic response to a chronic problem. Presentation at Meeting California's Challenge: the CSU's Mathematics and Science Teacher Recruitment and Preparation Summit, City of Industry , CA .  
  • Cook, L., Gollnick, D., Hoffman, N., Kuhn, J., Solomon, L. (2006, February). Quality of teacher education: Does teacher education program assessment and accountability improve schools and student learning and how do we move toward that goal? Presentation and panel discussion at the Association of California Independent Colleges and Universities' Conference on Accountability in Teacher Education, Loyola University, Los Angeles, CA.  
  • Cook, L., & Griggs, D. (2006, February). Annual Report of the Committee on Accreditation . Presented to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, Sacramento , CA.  
  • Cook, L. (2004, April). Collaborative teaching models . Full day presentation made at the New Mexico Public Education Department's Annual Meeting of Special Education Directors, Albuquerque , NM .
  • Cook, L., Murawski, W., & Spencer, S. (2004, February). Improving instruction through collaboration. Presentation at the Annual Convention of California Association of Resource Specialists-Plus (CARS+), Palm Springs , CA .
  • Cook, L., Weintraub, F., Rucker, P., Schrup, M, & Hine, G. (2002, October ). California responds to No Child Left Behind and its implications for IDEA reauthorization . A panel presentation for IHE Connections: Addressing the Shortage of Highly Qualified Special Education Teacher, a conference of the California State Department of Education and CalTeach, Sacramento , CA .
  • Cook, L., Gallagher, K., Justice, J., & Fortune, M. G. (2002, August). Leading in a culture of change. Panel response to Michael Fullan's keynote address at Transitioning to New Standards, New Roles, New Assessments, a Title II workshop of the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, San Diego , CA .  
  • Cook, L., & Novosel , N. (2002, February ). Negotiating the credential maze. Presentation made at Southern California Student CTA Conference, Los Angeles , CA .
  • Spence, D., Cook, L, Berry , B., Cherny, R., & Kegley, J. (2001, December). Implementing California 's new teacher education standards: Resources and other big questions. A panel presentation at the California State University Conference: Subject Matter Preparation of Multiple Subject Teachers, Los Angeles , CA .
  • Cook, L. (2001, December). Subject matter preparation of teachers: What should we teach? P resentation at the California State University Conference: Subject Matter Preparation of Multiple Subject Teachers, Los Angeles , CA .
  • Boyer, L., Cook, L. H., & Weintraub, F. (2001, November). How do you know if you have a special education teacher retention problem and what can you do about it? Presentation at the California Federation of the Council for Exceptional Children Conference, San Diego , CA .
  • Cook, L., & Hall, S. (2001, March). Career awareness and early field experience. Presentation at the Los Angeles Community Colleges' Symposium on Teacher Recruitment and Development, Los Angeles , CA .
  • Cook, L., Cates, M., Dinielli, G., & Williams, D. (2001, March). Intersegmental policy challenges and opportunities in teacher education. Panel discussion at the Los Angeles Community Colleges' Symposium on Teacher Recruitment and Development, Los Angeles , CA .
  • Berry , B., & Cook, L. (2002, March). Teacher quality: Standards for effective teacher preparation programs. Presentation at the Los Angeles Community Colleges' Symposium on Teacher Recruitment and Development, Los Angeles , CA .
  • Cook, L., & Weichel, W. (2001, February). Successful strategies for staff development and professional development by resource specialists . Workshop presented at the 20 th Annual California Association of Resource Specialists-Plus (CARS+) Convention, Sacramento , CA .
  • Cook, L., & Weichel, W. (2000, February). Paving the way to co-teaching . Workshop presented at the 19 th Annual California Association of Resource Specialists-Plus (CARS+) Convention, Los Angeles , CA .
  • Cook, L., Weichel, W., & Adams, M. H. (2000, February). Winning strategies for staff development and inservice training. Workshop presented at the 19 th Annual California Association of Resource Specialists-Plus (CARS+) Convention, Los Angeles , CA .
  • Cook, L. (1999, November). Collaboration: Strategies for success. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the California Federation of the Council for Exceptional Children, Costa Mesa , CA .
  • Cook, L. (1999, May). Co-teaching: When 1+1 is greater than 2! Full day workshop presented for elementary and special education faculty and graduate students, Southeastern Louisiana University , Hammond , LA.
  • Cook, L, Adams, M. H., & Weichel, W. (1999, February). Winning strategies for staff development and inservice education. Workshop for the 18 th Annual California Association of Resource Specialists-Plus (CARS+) Convention, San Francisco , CA .
  • Cook, L. (1992, October). Casualty or catalyst of change? Keynote presentation at the 1 st Annual Meeting of the Teacher Education Division of the FL Federation of the Council for Exceptional Children, Orlando , FL.
  • Cook, L. (1992, October). Collaboration: Hardly a "feel-good" approach to teacher consultation. Presentation at the Arizona Leadership Conference of the Arizonian Department of Education, Phoenix , AZ.
  • Cook, L. (1992, September). Collaboration: School-university partnerships. Presentation made at the Boston College-Newton Schools Collaborative, Boston University , Boston , MA .
  • Cook, L. (1992, August). Planning for collaboration. Full-day workshop presented to the Kaiser Public Schools, Kaiser , WV .
  • Cook, L. (1992, February). Critical personnel shortages and innovative state responses. Teleconference presentation to Indiana Special Education Administrative Services/University Forum, Indianapolis , IN.
  • Cook, L. (1991, December). Alternative preparation of teachers of students with serious emotional disturbance. [Videotaped interview], University of South Florida , Tampa , FL.
  • Cook, L., & Weintraub, F. J. (1991, December). School university partnerships in developing professional development in schools. Presentation to South Florida Educational Planning Council, Tampa , FL.
  • Cook, L., & Rostetter, D. (1991, November). Planning for change and making it happen . Keynote at the Second Annual Collaboration Conference, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg , VA.
  • Cook, L. (1991, May). Reassessing the knowledge base about recruitment and retention of special education professionals . Keynote at the Georgia Department of Education Administrative Institute, Atlanta , GA.
  • Cook, L. (1991, May). Action planning for personnel recruitment and retention . Workshop for Georgia Council for Administrators of Special Education Leadership Conference, Atlanta , GA.
  • Cook, L. (1991, April). Back to the future . Keynote presented at the Annual Conference of the Oregon Federation of the Council for Exceptional Children, Seaside , OR .
  • Cook, L. (1990, April). Strategies for gathering information during interactions . Presentation, University of Arkansas, Little Rock, State Department of Education School Consultants, Little Rock, AR.
  • Cook, L., & Friend, M. (1990, March). Excitement and anxiety: The realities of school collaboration . Invited presentation at the 1990 Regional Conference of the Council for Learning Disabilities, Williamsburg , VA.
  • Cook, L. (1990, February). Educational research and students with emotional and behavior disorders. Paper presented at the Third Annual Research Conference of the Research and Training Center for Children's Mental Health, Florida Mental Health Center , Tampa , FL.
  • Over 100 additional international, national and state presentations and 200 local presentations/workshops completed. Topics: collaboration; inclusion; professional preparation; strategies for attracting and retaining diverse students in professional preparation programs; supply and demand of teachers and related professionals; team building; ethics and standards of practice; curriculum development and assessment. Full list available upon request.


 

Grants: National

  • Integrated Special Education and Teacher Education Program (H325T070037). Cooperative agreement funded by USDE/OSEP, 2007-12, $500,000.  
  • Gear Up Partnership with Los Angeles Unified School District , Funded by USDE subcontract with Local District 8, 2007-08, $300,036.
  • Trends in the National Prevalence of Teacher Education, Induction, and Workload Policies and Practices for Beginning Teachers in Special Education (HO324C040115). Funded by USDE/OSEP, 2005-07, $540,000
  • Trends in Teacher Entry, Turnover, and Shortage (HO324C020002). Funded by USDE/OSEP, 2002-05, $540,000.
  • Productivity of Teacher Preparation Programs (H308F70031). Funded by USDE/OERI, 1998-99, $225,000
  • Teacher Supply, Turnover, and Shortage (HO23C40102). Funded by USDE/OSEP, 1994-98, $680,000.
  • Teacher Retention., Transfer, and Attrition.. (HO23C10088 ). Funded by USDE/OSEP, 1991-93, $360,000
  • National Clearinghouse for Professions in Special Education (H030E3002). Subcontract with the Council for Exceptional Children, 1993-94, $140,511.
  • National Clearinghouse for Professions in Special Education (H030E0001). Funded by USDE/OSEP, 1990-93, $1,435,822.
  • Adolescent Seriously Emotionally Disturbed (GOO8635017). Funded by USDE/OSEP, 1986-89. $323,748.
  • Secondary School Resource Specialist Training Project (GOO8535037). Funded by USDE/OSEP, 1985-88, $280,268.
  • Preservice Special Education Training Program (GOO8535048). Funded by USDE/OSEP, 1985-88, with C. Cavallaro, $166,856.  
  • Preservice Training for Teachers of Autistic Students (GOO8535036). Funded by USDE/OSEP, 1985-88, with R. Mesaros, $185,908.
  • Experimental Internships in Seriously Emotionally Disturbed (GOO830l304). Funded by USDE/OSEP, 1985-88, $210,000.
  • Materials Development and Field-based Training for Preservice Resource Specialists (GOO8200478). Funded by USDE/OSEP, 1982-85, $115,620.
  • Senior Researcher and Co-author with E. E. Boe, University of Pennsylvania  


 

Grants: State

  • California Teacher Recruitment Center Partnership, subcontract with Tulare County , funded by California Department of Education, 2007-08, $87,000.
  • Early Education Teacher Pipeline of the LAUP Early Care and Education Workforce Initiative, subcontract with Santa Monica College, Funded by Los Angeles Universal Preschool (LAUP), 2007-2010, first year funding: $52,500.


 

Awards and Honors

  • Publication Award, Teacher Education Division, Council for Exceptional Children, 1999.  
  • Fellow, Association of Educational Therapists, 1990-
  • Congressional Science Fellowship, Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) and American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), 1986-87.  
  • Bush Foundation Fellowship in Child Development and Social Policy, 1980-81.
  • University Distinguished Teaching Award, CSU Northridge, 2005.  
  • Pathways to Excellence Award, CSU Channel Islands Associated Students, 2004.  
  • Policy Fellow, Office of Policy Evaluation, CA Department of Education, Sacramento , 1980.  


 

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