Laureen McIntyre

Laureen McIntyre

Associate Professor, Educational Psychology & Special Education

Research areas


basis of learning difficulties and disabilities in diverse populations; teacher education, knowledge, and classroom practice relating to special education; 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.