David Hampton

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David Hampton, Ph.D.

  • Position: Associate Professor
  • Phone: 419-372-6924
  • Email: hamptod@bgsu.edu
  • Address: 443 Education
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Education
B.A. Secondary Education, Social Studies from Columbia College, Columbia, Missouri
M.A. Special Education-Learning Disabilities from the University of Missouri
Ph.D. Special Education-Learning Disabilities from the University of Missouri

Teaching Positions
2021-2022:
Fulbright Scholar to the Czech Republic. Responsibilities: work on a Research project examining the supports for university students with Autism (collaboration with Czech researchers.) Taught a course on Instructing students with Dyslexia English as a foreign language.  Instructing students on working with students with Dyscalculia. Doctoral course on Introduction to Research, and guest lectured in multiple topics throughout the year. 

2017-Present: Associate Professor, School of Intervention Services, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH. Responsibilities: Instruct undergraduate and graduate courses in the Intervention Specialist programs.  

2011-2017: Assistant Professor, School of Intervention Services, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH. Responsibilities: Instruct undergraduate and graduate courses in the Mild/Moderate, Moderate/Intensive, and Deaf/Hard of Hearing Programs. 

Research Interests
- Implementing and validating Curriculum-Based Measurement
- Dyslexia-self-esteem, reading interventions
- Quantitative Analyses

Professional Memberships and/or Licenses
- Council of Exceptional Children (CEC)-Member
- National Division of Learning Disabilities-CEC-Ethics, Standards, & Professional Development Committee-Member
- Council for Learning Disabilities- Membership Committee-member
- National Division of Research - CEC
- National Teacher Education Division - CEC
- National Division of Educational Diagnostician - CEC

Publications

Hampton, D.D. (2021). The effectiveness of lesson study via learning communities in Increasing instructional self-efficacy of beginning special educators. International Journal of Educational and Pedagogical Sciences. 4(15). 411-417.  

Hampton, D. D., & Morrison, W. F. ( Fall,2020). Extending an evaluation of a volunteer-tutoring program in reading: Examining the growth in reading achievement for elementary students with learning disabilities. The Journal of Education and Human Development 9(1). Acceptance Rate;45%  

Hampton, D. D., & Morrison, W. F. (2017).  Teaching effectiveness for beginning special education teachers: Five key factors to emphasize in teacher preparation programs. The Journal of Teaching and Education, 7(1). 319-324. Acceptance Rate: 30-40%  

Lembke, E. S., Lee, Y. S., Park, Y. S., & Hampton, D. D. (2016). Longitudinal growth on Curriculum-Based Measurements in mathematics for early elementary students. ZDM Mathematics Education.  Acceptance Rate: 10-14%  

Hampton, D. D. & Lembke, E. S. (2016). The effects of progress monitoring in early writing using curriculum-based measurement on first graders. Reading and Writing Quarterly, 32(4) 336-352. Acceptance rate: 10-15%

Hampton, D. D., Morrison, W. F., Rizza, M, & Osborn, J. (2015). A Volunteer-Tutoring Program in Reading: Examining the growth in reading achievement of elementary grade students with SLD in a tutoring based intervention. The Ohio Journal of Education. Acceptance Rate: 75%  

Hampton, D. D. & Lembke, E. S. (in press). The effects of progress monitoring in early
writing using curriculum-based measurement on first graders. Reading and Writing Quarterly.

Hampton, D.D. (2014). Assisting teachers and students with learning disabilities succeed with
 the initiation of the common core standards in mathematics.  The Ohio Journal of
 Teacher Education, 27(2) 18-22.

Vostal, B., Messenheimer, T., Hampton, DD., & Keyes, S. (2014). Using a mnemonic strategy
 to match elements of  response to intervention lessons with performance assessment
 requirements. Journal of Curriculum and Instruction, 8 (1) 48-66.

Kozlowski, K., Holmes, C. M., & Hampton, D. D. (2014). The effectiveness     
of a college-wide research learning community in increasing research self-efficacy of new faculty. The Learning Communities Journal.

Vostal, B., Messenheimer, T., & Hampton, D. D. (2013). DESCRIBE IT: A Strategy to
 Prepare Teacher Candidates to Make Data-Driven Instructional Decisions. The Ohio
 Journal of Teacher Education.

Espin. C. A., Busch, T., Lembke, E. S., Hampton, D. D. & Zukowski, E. (2013).
 Curriculum-based measurement in science learning: Vocabulary matching as an
 Indicator of performance and progress.  Assessment for Effective Intervention, 38,(4)
 203-214.

Hampton, D. D., Lembke, E.S., Lee, Y.S., Chiong, C., Pappas, S., & Ginsberg, H. (2012).
 Technical adequacy of early numeracy curriculum-based progress monitoring
 measures for kindergarten and first grade students. Assessment for Effective Intervention,
 37(2), 118-126.

Lembke, E.S., Hampton, D. D., & Beyers, S. (2012). RTI in mathematics: Critical elements.
 Psychology in the Schools, 49(3), pp.257-271.

Lembke, E. S., Hampton, D. D., Hendricker, E. (2013). Data-based decision making in
 academics using curriculum-based measurement. In. J.W. Lloyd, T. J. Landrum,
 B.G. Cook, & M. Tankersley (Eds.). Research Based Approaches for Assessment.
 New York: Pearson, Inc.

Clarke, B., Lembke, E.S., Hampton, D. D., & Hendricker, E. (2012). RTI. In R. Gersten & R. Newman-Gonchar (Eds.), Understanding RTI in Mathematics. Baltimore, MD: Brookes Publishing.

Lembke, E. S., Hampton, D. D., & Hendricker, E. (2012) Data-based decision making. In B. Cook & M. Tankersley (Eds.), Research-Based Practices in Special Education. New York: Pearson, Inc.

VanGarderen, D., Schuermann, A., Jackson, C, & Hampton, D. D. (2009). Supporting the
 collaboration of special educators and general educators to teach students who struggle
 with mathematics: An overview of the research. Psychology in the Schools, 36, 56-77

Papers Read to Professional Societies
Invited Papers
 

Hampton, D.D. (2021). The Effectiveness of Lesson Study via Learning Communities Increasing Instructional Self-Efficacy of Beginning Special EducatorsVirtual Conference. International Science Council.  

Hampton, D.D. (2015). Pacific Coast Research Conference (PCRC). Evaluating the effects of a volunteer tutoring intervention program for students with Dyslexia (SLD). (National Conference). 

Hampton, D. D., Lemke, E.S., & Conoyer, S. (2015). Pacific Coast Research Conference (PCRC)Evaluating the effectiveness of RTI effectiveness for one large suburban school district. (National Conference). 

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