Laureen McIntyre

    Dr. Laureen McIntyre

    Associate Professor, Graduate Chair EPSE, Director of Special Ed Certificate Program

    Research areas


    language basis of learning difficulties and disabilities (i.e. teacher education, knowledge, and classroom practice relating to special education, early identification and intervention of speech and language difficulties and disabilities); and professional identity and mentorship

    Curriculum Vitae


    LAUREEN MCINTYRE,
    B.Ed., M.Sc., Ph.D., S-LP(C), CCC-SLP,
    Associate Professor and Director of the Special Education Certificate Program
    Department of Educational Psychology and Special Education
    Graduate Chair Educational Psychology and Special Education

    TEACHING AREAS:
    Speech and language development; speech and language difficulties and disabilities;  learning difficulties and disabilities; special education; and applied measurement and evaluation

    RECENTLY TAUGHT COURSES:
    EPSE 258.3 (Learners and Learning)
    EPSE 390.3 (Exceptional Learners)
    EPSE 414.3 (Exceptional Learners: Classroom Implications)
    EPSE 551.3 (Designing Supports for Diverse Students Needs)
    ERES 840.3 (Statistical Methods: Intermediate) E
    PSE 859.3 (Seminar in Language and Learning Disabilities)
    EPSE 898.3 (Trends and Issues in Physical Activity for Individuals with Exceptionalities)

    RESEARCH INTERESTS:
    Language basis of learning difficulties and disabilities (i.e., Teacher education, knowledge, and classroom practice relating to special education; early identification and intervention of speech and language difficulties and disabilities).

    REFEREED PAPERS & PUBLICATIONS:

    Recent Books

    Hallahan, D.P., Kauffman, J.M., McIntyre, L.J., & Mykota, D. (2010). Exceptional learners: An introduction to special education (Canadian Edition). Toronto, ON: Pearson Education.

    Smith, T.E.C., Polloway, E.A., Patton, J.R., Dowdy, C.A., McIntyre, L.J., & Francis, G.  (In Press).  Teaching students with special needs in inclusive settings (3rd Canadian Edition).  Toronto, ON: Pearson Education.

    Smith, T.E.C., Polloway, E.A., Patton, J.R., Dowdy, C.A., Heath, N.L., McIntyre, L.J., & Francis, G.  (2006). Teaching students with special needs in inclusive settings (2nd Canadian Edition).  Toronto, ON: Pearson Education.

    Recent Articles

    McIntyre, L.J., & Hellsten, L. (2008). Differences in teachers’ knowledge of language. Exceptionality Education International, 18(2-3), 24-37.

    McIntyre, L.J., Protz, S., & McQuarrie, L. (2008). Exploring the potential of LiPS instruction for beginning readers. Developmental Disabilities, 6(12), 18-48.

    McIntyre, L.J., & Hellsten, L.M.  (2004; Published in 2006). The influence of teacher characteristics on teachers’ knowledge of language form, content, and use. Developmental Disabilities Bulletin, 32(2), 140-154.

    Ma, X., & McIntyre, L.J.  (2005).  Exploring differential effects of mathematics courses on mathematics achievement.  Canadian Journal of Education, 28(4), 667-691.

    McIntyre, L.J., & Leroy, C. (2003).  “It’s not boring, but it’s not fun:” Lessons learned from a reluctant writer.  Reading Improvement, 40(2), 51-62.