University of Warwick
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Dr Corinna Grindle is a doctoral level Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA-D) with approx. 20 years experience working with children and young people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including autism. Her key research interests include early intervention, applied behaviour analysis, and fostering academic learning and access to the general curriculum for children with moderate and severe disabilities.
Grindle. C.F., Murray, C., Hastings, R. P., Bailey, T., Forster, H., Taj, S., Paris, A., Lovell, M., Jackson-Brown. F., & Hughes, J. C. (2021). Headsprout® Early Reading for children with severe intellectual disabilities: A single blind randomized controlled trial, Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs, online first
Grindle, C.F., Kurzeja, O., Tyler, E., Hastings, R. P., Saville, M., & Hughes, J. C. (2020). Teaching children with autism reading comprehension skills using online reading instruction: Preliminary evaluation of Headsprout Reading Comprehension®, Journal of International Special Needs Education, 23, 1-12.
Grindle, C. F., Cianfaglione, R., Corbel, L., Wormald, E. V., Jackson Brown, F., Hastings, R. P., & Hughes, J. C. (2017). Teaching Handwriting Skills to Children with Intellectual Disabilities Using an Adapted Handwriting Programme. Support for Learning, 32, 313-336.