- Ph.D., Language Education, Indiana University, 1990
- M.Ed., Keene State College, 1984
- B.A., English, Keene State College, 1977
- ES 318: Teacher Assisting
- ES 328/528: Content Area Reading and Study Skills
- ES 464/664: Practicum in Content Area Reading
- ES 768: Seminar in Reading
- ES 470: Student Teaching in Secondary Education
- ES 445: Student Teaching in Middle Level Education
- ES 475: Internship Teaching in Secondary Education
- ES 753: Facilitating Literacy across the Curriculum
- ES 776: Adult Learning Theory
Areas of Expertise and Research Interests:
- Content Area Literacy
- Health Literacy
- Second Language Acquisition
- Professional Development
- Adult Learning
Recently Published and In-Press Articles:
- McIntyre, S., Dale H.. & Gabler C. (2010). “We Can’t Live Without (Health) Literacy!” (2010). WSRA Journal 49(2). pp. 24-30.
- McIntyre, S., Dale, H. & Gabler, C. (2010). “Critical Keys for Successful Health Literacy Partnerships.” Adult Basic Education and Literacy Journal 3(3).
- Hollon, R., Kolis, M., McIntyre, S., Stephens, J.T. & Battalio, R. (2010). “A “Dispositions First” Approach to Teaching Education.” In Murrell, P.C., Diez, M., Feiman-Nemser, S. & Schussler, D.L., Eds. Professional Dispositions in Teacher Education, Harvard Education Press, pp. 117-140.
- Beverstock, C. & McIntyre, S. (2008). “Dividing and Conquering: Successful Writing Processes for Adult Learners.” Adult Basic Education and Literacy Journal 2(2). pp. 104-108.
- Emmons, L. & McIntyre, S. (2008). “Best Practices in Teaching Vocabulary to English Language Learners.” WSRA Journal 47(3). pp. 37-41.
Murphy, V., Reick, A., Kolis, M. Pattee D. & McIntyre, S. (2008). “Breaking Tradition: Teacher Education Classrooms as Safe Learning Communities Built Upon PIES-M!” Wisconsin School Musician 79(3), pp. 22-24.
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