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Neal, Jerry Dr. Jerry Neal

Professor of Special Education

Education

Ed.D. Special Education Administration, University of Missouri, (1997).
Ms.E.  Mental Retardation, Central Missouri State University, (1979).
Bs.E. Mental Retardation, Central Missouri State University, (1975).

Courses Regularly Taught

EDSP 4210 - Teaching Emergent and At-Risk Readers
EDSP 4421 - Methods of Cross-Categorical Special Education
EDSP 4620 - Evaluation of Abilities and Achievement
EDSP 5100 - Introduction to Graduate Studies in Special Education
EDSP 6980 - Internship in Special Education

Scholarly Publications

Neal, J. (2017, March). [Review of the book] McGuire, A. (2016). War on autism: On the cultural logic of normative violence. University of Michigan Press. Choice Current Reviews for Academic Libraries (54, 7).

Neal, J. (2017, January). [Review of the book] Lian, A. (2016). Language, evolution and developmental impairments. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Choice Current Reviews for Academic Libraries (54, 5).

Neal, J. (2016, October) [Review of the book] Quigney, T. A. (2016). Working with students with disabilities: A guide for school counselors. London: Routledge. Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries (54,2).

Neal, J. (2016, April). [Review of the book] Pitney, J. (2015). The politics of autism: Navigating the contested spectrum. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries (53, 8).

Neal, J. (2016, January). [Review of the book] Bursztyn, A. & Korn-Bursztyn, C. (2015). Immigrant children and youth: psychological challenges. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger. Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries (53, 5).

Neal, J. (2016 April). [Review of the book] Pitney, J. (2015). The politics of autism: navigating the contested spectrum. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries (53, 8).

Neal, J. (2016, January). [Review of the book] Bursztyn, A., & Korn-Bursztyn, C. (2015). Immigrant children and youth: psychological challenge. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger. Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries (53, 5).

Neal, J. (2015 September). [Review of the book] Bryk, A. S. (2015). Learning to improve: How America's schools can get better at getting better. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press. Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries (53, 1).

Neal, J. (2015 June). [Review of the book] Zamani-Gallaher, E. I. (2014). The Obama administration and educational reform. Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Publishing. Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries (52, 10).

Neal, J., & Ehlert, D. (2007). Alphabet recognition made simple. Intervention in School and Clinic, 42(5).

Neal, J. (2007) Case study: Students with dual diagnosis, Spencer: Mentally retarded and mentally ill. In J. Downing (ed.), Methods of teaching students with emotional/behavioral disorders: Assessment, management, and intervention strategies. Upper Saddle River, NJ.: Merrill-Prentice Hall.

Neal, J. (2007). Case Study: Students with bipolar disorders: Carlotta. In J. Downing (ed.), Methods of teaching students with emotional/behavioral disorders: Assessment, management, and intervention strategies. Upper Saddle River, NJ.: Merrill-Prentice Hall

Neal, J. & Ehlert, D. (2006). Twenty ways to add technology for students with disabilities to the library or media center. Intervention ins School and Clinic, 42(2), 119-123.

Conference Proceedings

Neal, J. (October 2016). Using the SAMR Model to create a transformational learning initiative at the university level. Proceedings of the Southeast Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences. Myrtle Beach, SC.

Presentations

 

Neal, J. (October 2016). Using the SAMR Model to create a transformational learning initiative at the university level. Southeast Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences. Myrtle Beach, SC.

Neal, J. (October 2015). Special education, No Child Left Behind, and misguided priorities. Presented at the Southeast Conference for the Institute for Organization, Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Professional Experience

 

July 2016: Present Professor of Special Education
March 2008-2016: Professor and Program Coordinator Special Education
March 2004-2008: Associate Professor and Program Coordinator Special Education
May 2002 -2004: Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Special Education Programs.
July 2000-February 2004: Assistant Professor of Special Education
August 1989-2000: Associate Professor Special Education Missouri Valley College, Marshall, Missouri
July 1987-1989: Special Education Director, Sweet Springs, Missouri Schools Doctoral Teaching Assistant, University of Missouri-Columbia, Doctoral Research Assistant, Project LINC, University of Missouri
August 1979-1986: Secondary Learning Disabilities Instructor, Odessa, Missouri, Public Schools
August 1975-1979: Learning Disabilities Instructor, LaMonte, Missouri, Public Schools


Contact Dr. Neal at jneal@ucmo.edu