Kervick, C.T., Haines, S.J., Green, A.E., Shepherd, K.G., Reyes, C., Gordon, M., & Moore, M. (2021). Engaging interdisciplinary service providers to enhance collaboration to support refugee families whose children have special health care needs. Educational Action Research.
Garnett, B. R., Kervick, C. T., Moore, M., Ballysingh, T. A., & Smith, L. C. (2020). School Staff and Youth Perspectives of Tier 1 Restorative Practices Classroom Circles. School Psychology Review,(),1-15. 10.1080/2372966X.2020.1795557
Kervick, C.T., Garnett, B., Moore, M., Ballysingh, T. A., & Smith, L. C. (2020). Introducing restorative practices in a diverse elementary school to build community and reduce exclusionary discipline: Year one processes, facilitators, and next steps. The School Community Journal 30(2), 155-184.
Garnett, B., Moore, M., Kidde, J., Ballysingh, T. A., Kervick, C. T., Bedinger, L., Smith, L. C., & Sparks, H. (2020). Needs and readiness assessments for implementing school-wide restorative practices. Improving Schools,23(1),21-32. 10.1177/1365480219836529
Kervick, C. T., Jenkins, E., & Swindlehurst, K. A. (2020). Exploring the Structure and Benefits of an Integrated Yearlong Dual Certification Student Teaching Internship. The Teacher Educator,55(2),165-189. 10.1080/08878730.2019.1633001
Kervick, C. T., Moore, M., Ballysingh, T. A., Garnett, B. R., & Smith, L. C. (2019). The Emerging Promise of Restorative Practices to Reduce Discipline Disparities Affecting Youth with Disabilities and Youth of Color: Addressing Access and Equity. Harvard Educational Review,89(4),588-610. 10.17763/1943-5045-89.4.588
Garnett, B. R., Smith, L. C., Kervick, C. T., Ballysingh, T. A., Moore, M., & Gonell, E. (2019). The emancipatory potential of transformative mixed methods designs: informing youth participatory action research and restorative practices within a district-wide school transformation project. International Journal of Research and Method in Education,42(3),305-316. 10.1080/1743727X.2019.1598355
Kervick, C. T., Smith, L.C., Garnett, B., Moore, M., & Ballysingh, T.A. (2019). A pedagogical design for surfacing student voice by integrating youth participatory action research, restorative practices and critical service learning. International Journal of Student Voice.
Swindlehurst, K.A., Kervick, C.T., & Shepherd, K.G. (2019). Teacher self-efficacy for meeting the needs of all learners: Examining the perspectives of elementary education teachers prepared through traditional and dual license programs. Journal of Special Education Apprenticeship.
Kervick, C. T. (2017). “Parents are the experts”: Understanding parent knowledge and the strategies they use to foster collaboration with special education teams. Journal of the American Academy of Special Education Professionals.
Haines, S. J., Kervick, C. T., Shepherd, K. G., & Levitt, M. (2017). Enhancing quality: listening to graduate voices to improve our master’s in special education. Teaching and Teacher Education.
Shepherd, K. G., & Kervick, C. T. (2016). Enhancing collaborative leadership among parents of children with disabilities: New directions for policy and practice. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 27, 32-42. DOI: 10.1177/1044207315576081
Shepherd, K. G., Kervick, C. T., & Morris, D. (2017). The Art of Collaboration: Lessons from Families of Children with Disabilities. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense.
Kervick, C.T., Shepherd, K.G., Haines, S.J. (2019). Fostering inclusive and culturally responsive family professional partnerships. In M. Schuelka, C. Johnstone, G. Thomas, & A. Artiles (Eds.), SAGE Handbook on Inclusion and Diversity in Education. London: Sage.
Shepherd, K. G., Kervick, C. T., & Salembier, G. (2015). Person-Centered Planning: Tools for Promoting Employment, Self-Direction, and Independence Among Persons with Intellectual Disabilities. In Way leads on to way: Employment of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (pp. 299-320). Washington, D.C.: American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.