Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities

David Paul Lindeman

Research Centers - Life Span Institute
Senior Scientist
Director, Life Span Institute/Parsons
Primary office:
620-421-6550
KUCDD Building
2601 Gabriel
Parsons, KS 67357


Summary

Education

M.A., Special Education, George Peabody College for Teachers

Ph.D., Special Education, George Peabody College for Teachers of Vanderbilt University

B.S., Psychology, Milligan College

Research

Early intervention for infants and preschool children at risk for or with developmental disabilities; administration and provision of preschool services in least restrictive environments; environmental and teaching strategies for preschool settings; personnel development/inservice training and technical assistance

Research Interests

  • Early intervention
  • Early childhood special education
  • Preschool training and technical assistance

Selected Publications

Kyzar, K. B., Miksch, P. Aldersey, H. M., Turnbull, A. P., & Lindeman, D. P. (2014). Feasibility of an online professional development program for early intervention practitioners. Infants and Young Children, 27(2), 174-191.

Nelson, C. & Lindeman, D. P. (2012). Building young children’s language through interactive storybook reading. Kansas Child, 11(2), 8-11.

Jack, S. L., & Lindeman, D. P. (2012). Creating environments to support positive social/emotional development. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities.

Heintz, C. & Lindeman, D. P. (2012). Developmentally appropriate practices. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities.

Jack, S. L., & Lindeman, D. P. (2012). Functional behavior assessment . Parsons, KS: Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities.

Jack, S. L., & Lindeman, D. P. (2012). Positive behavior intervention and supports (PBIS) in early childhood settings. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities.

Nelson, C. Lindeman, D. P., & Stroup-Rentier, V. L. (2011). Supporting early childhood special education personnel for itinerant service delivery through a state level technical assistance project. Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education, 32, 367-380.

Nelson, C. & Lindeman, D. P. (2011). Creating meaningful and measurable early childhood individualized education plans (IEP) goals. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities.

Kongs, C. Goosen, M. Rinkel, P. & Lindeman, D. P. (2011). Embedding assessment into daily activities and routines. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities.

Miksch, P. Hornback, M. Rinkel, P. & Lindeman, D. P. (2010). A smooth and effective transition to preschool services for children and their families. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities.

Lindeman, D. P. (2009). Kansas early childhood teacher training programs: Current status. Kansas Child, 8(2), 10-11.

Lindeman, D. P. (2009). Application of best practice in early childhood services. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 18(2), 10.

Rinkel, P. Hoffmeier, S. Chambers, L. B., & Lindeman, D. P. (2009). Talking with parents about autism spectrum disorders. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities.

Lindeman, D. P. (2008). ECHO: Kansas teacher training programs working together. Kansas Child, 7(2), 20-22.

Woods, J. J., & Lindeman, D. P. (2008). Gathering and giving information with families. Infants and Young Children, 21(4), 272-284.

Nelson, C. & Lindeman, D. P. (2007). The role of curriculum in early childhood special education. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities.

Stroup-Rentier, V. & Lindeman, D. P. (2007). Using primary service providers and coaching in early intervention programs. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities.

Lindeman, D. P. (2007). Application of best practice in early childhood services. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 16(1), 7,8.

Schroeder, S. R., Schiefelbusch, R. L., Reese, R. M., Lindeman, D. P., Olson, K. & Saunders, R. R. (2006). The Kansas University Center for Excellence on Developmental Disabilities (Formerly the Kansas University Affiliated Program): 1990-2002. In R. L. Schiefelbusch & S. R. Schroeder (Eds.), Doing Science and Doing Good: A History of the Bureau of Child Research and the Schiefelbusch Institute for Life Span Studies at the University of Kansas (pp. 285-310). Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company.

Lindeman, D. P. (2006). Application of best practice in early childhood services award winners. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 15(2), 5.

Jack, S. L., & Lindeman, D. P. (2005). Functional behavioral assessment. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities.

Jack, S. L., & Lindeman, D. P. (2005). Positive behavior support in early childhood settings. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities.

Lindeman, D. P. (2005). Early childhood preschool program recognized for exemplary practice. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 14(1), 6.

Goosen, M. & Lindeman, D. P. (2004). Are they ready for kindergarten? The pros and cons of redshirting young children. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities.

Goosen, M. & Lindeman, D. P. (2004). Asking the right questions, getting the right answers: Evaluating young children for special education services. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities.

Rentier-Stroup, V. L., & Lindeman, D. P. (2004). Part C eligibility and data based assessment decisions. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities.

Rentier-Stroup, V. L., & Lindeman, D. P. (2004). Writing family-guided IFSP outcomes. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities.

Lindeman, D. P. (2004). Early childhood preschool program recognized for exemplary practices. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 13(2), 10.

Lindeman, D. P. (2004). Early intervention networks recognized for exemplary practices. Kansas State Board of Education, 13(2), 9.

Lindeman, D. P. (2003). Addressing new teacher standards. Kansas Child, 2(1), 13.

Lindeman, D. P., & Deluccie, M. (2003). ECHO consortium focuses on teacher licensure. KAEYC Hand in Hand, 12(2), 7.

Hornback, M. & Lindeman, D. P. (Eds.). (2003). Family service coordination: A guide for families and service providers.

Goosen, M. & Lindeman, D. P. (2003). Creating meaningful & measurable early childhood goals and objectives . Parsons, KS: Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities.

Rentier-Stroup, V. L., & Lindeman, D. P. (2003). Family service coordination. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities.

Nelson, C. & Lindeman, D. P. (2003). What do you do when you get there: Providing itinerant services in inclusive settings. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities.

Lindeman, D. P. (2003). Early childhood preschool programs recognized for exemplary practices. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 12(2), 8.

Rentier-Stroup, V. L., & Lindeman, D. P. (2002). Physicians, health care providers and early intervention. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities.

Lindeman, D. P., & Deluccie, M. F. (2002). ECHO consortium continues to focus on teacher licensure. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 11(4), 9-10.

Lindeman, D. P. (2002). State board votes on early childhood licensure. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 11(3), 7.

Lindeman, D. P. (2002). Exemplary practice awards. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 11(2), 11.

Lindeman, D. P. (2001). KSDE clarification regarding LRE options. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 10(1), 1-2.

Benham, T. J., & Lindeman, D. P. (2001). Brain research in early childhood: A primer for caregivers and administrators. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities.

Lindeman, D. P. (2001). Early childhood preschool programs recognized for exemplary practices. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 10(2), 13.

Lindeman, D. P. (2001). Early intervention networks recognized for exemplary practices. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 10(2), 12.

Lindeman, D. P. (2000). Supporting early intervention/pre-school programs through a statewide system. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 44, 367.

Lindeman, D. P. (2000). Programs recognized for exemplary practices. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 9(2), 11.

Lindeman, D. P. (2000). Teacher licensure hearings. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 9(1), 1,4.

Lindeman, D. P. (1999). Proposed licensure redesign regulations. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 8(4), 1,6.

Rentier-Stroup, V. L., & Lindeman, D. P. (1999). Enhancing family participation in the IFSP/IEP process. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities.

Jack, S. L., & Lindeman, D. P. (1999). Environmental support for positive behavior management. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Affiliated Program.

Lindeman, D. P. (1999). Transition to kindergarten -- Is planning occurring. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 8(2), 1,6.

Lindeman, D. P. (1999). Preschool programs identified for exemplary practice. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 8(2), 6.

Lindeman, D. P. (1999). Transition to kindergarten – Is planning occurring. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 8(2), 1,4-5.

Stroup, V. L., & Lindeman, D. P. (1998). Resource manual: Transition from Part C to Part B. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Affiliated Program.

Lindeman, D. P. (1998). Early childhood programs recognized for exemplary practices. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 7(2), 7.

Lindeman, D. P., & Adams, T. (1997). Getting together: A Head Start school district collaboration . Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company.

Lindeman, D. P., & Adams, T. (1997). Shining bright: Head Start inclusion. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company.

McLean, L. K., Lindeman, D. P., Hudson, S. E., & Kottwitz, E. (1997). The joint action routine: An active learning procedure for inclusive preschools. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Affiliated Program.

Lindeman, D. P., & Adams, T. (1996). Getting together: A Head Start school district collaboration. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company.

Lindeman, D. P., & Adams, T. (1996). Shining bright: Head Start inclusion . Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company.

Lindeman, D. P. (1996). Early childhood programs recognized for exemplary practices. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 5(2), 4-5.

Lindeman, D. P. (1995). A future in your hands. Topeka, KS: Department of Health and Environment.

Lindeman, D. P. (1995). Bridging early services: A guide for Service Providers. McPherson, KS: Associated Colleges of Central Kansas, Bridging Early Services Transition Project.

Lindeman, D. P., Adams, T. & Hudson, S. (1995). Interagency agreements for collaborative preschool services for children with disabilities: What you may want to consider. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Affiliated Program.

Lindeman, D. P. (1995). It’s a big step: A guide for transition to kindergarten. McPherson, KS: Associated Colleges of Central Kansas, Bridging Early Services Transition Project.

Lindeman, D. P. (1995). Early childhood programs recognized for exemplary practices. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 4(2), 4-5.

Lindeman, D. P., Fox, J. J., & Redelheim, P. S. (1993). Increasing and maintaining withdrawn preschoolers' peer interactions: Effects of double prompting and booster session procedures. Behavioral Disorders, 19, 54-66.

Lindeman, D. P., & Dermyer, C. (1993). Preparing schools and communities for quality early childhood special education services. The Journal of the Kansas Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 10, 64-72.

Lindeman, D. P., & Adams, T. (1993). A comparison of Head Start regulations for children with disabilities, individuals with disabilities education act, Part B, and Kansas regulations for special education. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Affiliated Program.

Cripe, J. & Lindeman, D. P. (1993). Child find and referral. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Affiliated Program.

Cripe, J. & Lindeman, D. P. (1993). Developmental growth for children 3 to 5 years of age: General guidelines. Topeka, KS: Kansas Department of Health and Environment.

Cripe, J. & Lindeman, D. P. (1993). Family-guided activity based intervention. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Affiliated Program.

Cripe, J. & Lindeman, D. P. (1993). Family-guided IFSP development. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Affiliated Program.

Cripe, J. & Lindeman, D. P. (1993). Family-guided service coordination. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Affiliated Program.

Cripe, J. & Lindeman, D. P. (1993). Family-guided transition planning. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Affiliated Program.

Cripe, J. & Lindeman, D. P. (1993). Public awareness and child find. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Affiliated Program.

Cripe, J. & Lindeman, D. P. (1993). Transition from Part H to Part B. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Affiliated Program.

Lindeman, D. P. (1993). Providing educational options for children with disabilities and their families within Head Start Programs. National Head Start Bulletin, 45, 13.

Lindeman, D. P. (1993). Collaboration with Head Start: An LRE alternative for early childhood special education programs. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 2(1), 6.

Adams, T. & Lindeman, D. P. (1993). Help for children with severe disabilities. Region VII - RAP Reach, 9.

Lindeman, D. P., Miltenberger, R. G., & Lennox, D. B. (1992). Acceptability of behavioral interventions: Perceptions of superintendents of public residential facilities. Behavioral Residential Treatment, 7, 35-44.

Lindeman, D. P., & Dermyer, C. (1992). Kansas guidelines for implementation of early childhood special education services: A technical assistance guide.

Lindeman, D. P. (1992). Is your service delivery choice in the best interest of the child? Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 1(4), 1,5.

Lindeman, D. P. (1992). Providing educational options for children with disabilities and their families within Head Start Programs. Early Childhood Report: Children with Special Needs and Their Families, 3(9), 7,11-12.

Lindeman, D. P. (1992). Service delivery choices for ECSE programs. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 1(3), 6.

Lindeman, D. P. (1992). Alternatives for the delivery of ECSE services. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 1(2), 2.

Lindeman, D. P. (1992). LRE for early childhood special education (ECSE) in Kansas. Kansas Inservice Training System Newsletter, 1(1), 3.

Miltenberger, R. G., Suda, K. T., Lennox, D. B., & Lindeman, D. P. (1991). Assessing the acceptability of behavioral treatments to persons with mental retardation. American Journal on Mental Retardation, 96, 291-298.

Taylor, E. Lindeman, D. P., & Brady, N. (1991). RAPIDS Transit: Moving from preschool to kindergarten - Transition planning for children with disabilities. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Affiliated Program.

Brady, N. & Lindeman, D. P. (1991). Reciprocal peer tutoring: A teacher's manual. Parsons, KS: Kansas University Affiliated Program.

Lindeman, D. P. (1991). Active Treatment Training Program. The Parsons News, 12.

Brady, N. Lindeman, D. P., & Taylor, E. (1990). Integration alternatives: RAPIDS. Parsons, KS: University of Kansas, Bureau of Child Research.

Taylor, E. Lindeman, D. P., & Brady, N. (1990). Reciprocal peer tutoring. Parsons, KS: University of Kansas, Bureau of Child Research.

Lindeman, D. P. (1990). Rural alternatives for preschool integrated delivery of Services (RAPIDS). Kansas Division for Early Childhood, 1(3), 4.

Lindeman, D. P., & Beegle, G. P. (1988). Preservice teacher training and the utilization of the classroom paraprofessional: A national survey. Teacher Education and Special Education, 11, 183-186.

Lindeman, D. P., & Beegle, G. P. (1987). Identification and validation of training skills of paraprofessionals. Case in Point, 11(1), 2,7.

Lindeman, D. P. (1987). SEED developmental profiles. Test Critiques - Volume VI, 475-569.

Fox, J. J., Shores, R. E., Lindeman, D. P., & Strain, P. S. (1986). Maintaining social initiations of withdrawn handicapped and nonhandicapped preschoolers through a response dependent fading tactic. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 14, 387-396.

Lindeman, D. P., & Beegle, G. P. (1986). Southeast Kansas paraprofessional training program. Memorandum, 1(2), 7-8.

Lindeman, D. P. (1985). Parsons Regional Early Intervention Program . Parsons, KS: University of Kansas, Bureau of Child Research.

Lindeman, D. P. (1985). Review of the Minnesota school attitude survey (J. V. Mitchell). The Ninth Mental Measurements Yearbook, 1012-1014. Lincoln, NE: The University of Nebraska Press.

Lindeman, D. P. (1985). Review of the test of early mathematics ability (J. V. Mitchell). The Ninth Mental Measurements Yearbook, 1560-1561. Lincoln, NE: The University of Nebraska Press.

Lindeman, D. P., Goodstein, H. A., Sachs, A. & Young, C. C. (1984). An evaluation of the yellow brick road test through a full prediction-performance comparison matrix. Journal of School Psychology, 22, 111-117.

Day, R. M., Lindeman, D. P., Powell, T. H., Fox, J. J., Stowitschek, J. J., & Shores, R. E. (1984). Empirically-derived teaching package for socially withdrawn handicapped and nonhandicapped children. Teacher Education and Special Education, 7, 46-55.

Lindeman, D. P. (1984). [Review of The Minnesota school attitude survey, by Buros Institute Database (Search Label MMYD), Bibliographic Retrieval Services, Inc. (BRS)]..

Lindeman, D. P. (1984). [Review of The test of early mathematics ability, by Buros Institute Database (Search Label MMYD), Bibliographic Retrieval Services, Inc. (BRS)]..

Powell, T. H., & Lindeman, D. P. (1983). Developing a social interaction teaching program for young handicapped children. Exceptional Children, 50, 72-75.

Day, R. M., Lindeman, D. P., Havelka, S. Hasson, D. C., & Tucker, D. J. (1983). The application of organizational behavior management to a special education program. Mental Health and Mental Retardation Quarterly Digest, 2(2), 1,3,4.

Lindeman, D. P., Hasson, D. Garrett, J. Page, M. & Rhodes, R. (1982). Organizing a special education program utilizing the theory Z model of management. In Conference Proceedings Fifth Annual National P.L. 89-313 Providers' Conference. Topeka, KS: Kansas State Department of Education (pp. 18-26).

Lindeman, D. P. (1982). Increasing and maintaining withdrawn preschoolers' peer interactions: Effects of double prompting and "booster shot" procedures. 44, 4402A. Dissertation Abstracts International.

Day, R. M., Fox, J. J., Shores, R. E., Lindeman, D. P., & Stowitschek, J. J. (1982). The social competence intervention project: Developing educational procedures for teaching social interaction skills to handicapped children. Behavioral Disorders, 8, 120-127.


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