Timothy Morse, Ed.D.
Department of Curriculum, Instruction, and Special Education
Director of Training and Positive Behavior Support Specialist
University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Autism Project
Morse, T. E. (In press). New Orleans’s unique school reform effort and its potential implications for special education. Education and Urban Society.
Morse, T. E. (2008). Perspectives on addressing the literacy needs of low functioning individuals with autism. International Journal of Educational Reform, 17, 330-340.
Berrong, A. K., Schuster, J. W., Morse, T. E., & Collins, B. C. (2007). The effects of response cards on active participation and social behavior of students with moderate and severe disabilities. Journal of Developmental & Physical Disabilities, 19, 187-199.
Cwikla, J., & Morse, T. E. (2005). A middle school teacher research team: Learning about PDAs and developing a lesson. Meridian Middle School Computer Technologies Journal, 8 (1). Available:
Morse, T. E. (2004). Ensuring equality of educational opportunity in the digital age. Education and Urban Society, 36, 266-278.
Morse, T. E., & Schuster, J. W. (2004). Simultaneous prompting: A review of the literature. Education and Training in Developmental Disabilities, 39, 153-168.
Morse, T. E. (2003). Enhancing special education students' multiple literacies through multimedia
Morse, T. E., & Hartsell, T. (2003). Creation and implementation of a CD-ROM based preservice teacher education course. Proceedings from the 14th International Conference of the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education, Albuquerque, NM.
Morse, T. E., Callahan, T., & Hartsell, T. (2002). Creating multimedia to teach about students with developmental disabilities. Academic Exchange
Morse, T. E., & Hartsell, T. (2002). Multimedia CD-ROM based course creation: Instructional design considerations for teacher educators. Proceedings of Selected Instruction Paper Presentations from the 2002 International Convention of the Association for Educational Communications & Technology, Dallas, TX.
Fiscus, R. S., Schuster, J. W., Morse, T. E., & Collins, B. C. (2002). Teaching elementary students with cognitive disabilities food preparation skills while embedding instructive feedback in the prompt and consequent event. Education and Training in Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, 37, 55-69.
Richards, J. C., & Morse, T. E. (2002, June). One preservice teacher's experiences teaching literacy to regular and special education students. Reading
Morse, T. E. (2001). Designing appropriate curriculum for special education students in urban schools. Education and Urban Society, 34, 4-17.
Morse, T. E. (2000). Ten events that shaped special education's century of dramatic change. International Journal of Educational Reform, 9, 32-38.
Morse, T. E., & Schuster, J. W. (2000). Teaching elementary students with moderate intellectual disabilities how to shop for groceries. Exceptional Children, 66, 273-288.
Singleton, D. K., Schuster, J. W., Morse, T. E., & Collins, B. C. (1999). A comparison of antecedent prompt and test and simultaneous prompting procedures in teaching grocery words to adolescents with mental retardation. Education and Training in Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, 34, 182-199.Griffen, A. K., Schuster, J. W., & Morse, T. E. (1998). The acquisition of instructive feedback: A comparison of continuous versus intermittent presentation schedules. Education and Training in Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, 33, 42-61.