Lesley A. McCue
School of Education and Allied Professions: Teacher Education
- Location: Chaminade Hall, 213
- Phone: 229-3212
- Email: Contact
- EDT 412 Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Math for ECE
- EDT 409/523 Math Grade 4/5 Endorsement
- EDT 660 Introduction to Educational Research
- Professor McCue is completing her Ph.D. in Educational Leadership at the University of Dayton.
- M.S.Ed., Educational Leadership, Wright State University
- B.A., Early Childhood Education, Notre Dame College
- Early Childhood (P-3)
- Gifted (K-12)
- Principal (Pk-6 and 5-12)
Teacher selection and differentiation
Selected Publications & Presentations
- Dreyer, L. & McCue, L. (2008, July). Flexible grouping strategies for your gifted students. Session presentation at the Midwest Conference for Differentiated Instruction of Staff Development for Educators, Columbus, OH.
- Dreyer, L., & McCue, L. (2009, July). Flexible grouping strategies for your gifted students. Session presentation at the Midwest Conference for Differentiated Instruction of Staff Development for Educators, Chicago, IL.
- Hurtado, D., & McCue, L. (2012). Review of selected dissertations relevant to the Journal of School Public Relations. Journal of School Public Relations, 33(2), 131-154.
- Kowalski, T., Dunn, M., Hurtado, D., & McCue, L. (2011, October). Faculty experiences with and support for characteristics of effective teaching evaluations. Session presentation at the Mid-Western Educational Researcher Conference, St. Louis, MO.
- McCue, L. (in press). Is there any benefit to proprietary for-profit schools? Point argument. In C.J. Russo (Ed.), Debating issues in American education; Alternative schooling and school choice (pages unknown). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
- McCue, L., & Dreyer, L. (2010, July). Co-Teaching in a gifted self-contained classroom. Session presentation at the National Conference on Differentiated Instruction of Staff Development for Educators, Las Vegas, NV.