Detailed Information for Millie Gore

Dr. Millie Gore 
Counseling, Kinesiology & Special Education
 » West Foundation Distinguished Professor; Hardin Distinguished Professor
Office Location
Ferguson Hall 103
Office Hours


MTWR 2-4:30

 
Phone
Voice: (940) 397-4269
Fax: (940) 397-4694
 
 

Contact Information

millie.gore@mwsu.edu

My Websites

Interests

Inclusion of students with disabilities

Autism

Social development of students with disabilities


Course Information

  Semester Course #    Section Course Name Location Days / Times
Details Fall 2012 SPED 3613  101, 102, 180  Exceptional Individuals     FE 202, FE 303, PY 210
Details Spring 2012 SPED 3613  102, 201  Exceptional Individuals    Ferguson Hall 202
Details Fall 2011 4533. 6033  180  Early Childhood Special Education    Prothro-Yeager Hall 205

M 5:30-8:20

Details Fall 2011 3613  101, 102, 180  Exceptional Individuals     FE 202, DB 158

Section 101- TR 8-9:20

Section 102- MW 8-9:20

Section 180- TR 5:50-6:50

Details Spring 2011 SPED 3613  101  Exceptional Individuals    Ferguson Hall 202

T/R 8-9:20

Details Spring 2011 6943  X20  Practicum in Special Education      
Details Spring 2011 4113, 5613  270  Foundations of Special Education    Ferguson Hall 202

Monday 5:30-8:20 pm

Details Spring 2011 3613  101  Exceptional Individuals    Ferguson Hall 202

TR 8-9:20

Details Fall 2010 SPED 3613  101, 102  Exceptional Individuals    Ferguson Hall 202

Section 1: Monday 8-10:50

Section 2: Tuesday 8-10:50

Details Fall 2010 4533-6033  170  Early Childhood Special Education     Prothro-Yeager Hall 201

Monday 5:30-8:20




Education Background

Institution Degree    Graduation Date
Eastern New Mexico University Master of Special Education Aug 11 1975 12:00AM 
Eastern New Mexico University Bachelor of Special Education May 15 1974 12:00AM 
University of Arkansas Doctor of Education May 15 1992 12:00AM 



Employment Background

Institution Position Start Date / End Date
   West Foundation Distinguished Professor of Education    
 Midwestern State University  Hardin Distinguished Professor  1993  Present



Research and Publications

Research and Scholarly Activity (in reverse chronological order by category)

 

Publications

Books Authored or Co-Authored

 

Gore, M. C. (2010). Inclusion strategies for secondary classrooms: Keys for struggling learners. (2nded.)  Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

 

Gore, M. C. (2004). Successful inclusion strategies for secondary and middle school teachers: Helping struggling readers access the curriculum.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

 

Gore, M. C.  & Dowd, J. F. (1999).  Taming the time stealers: Tricks of the trade from organized teachers.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press. 

 

Gore Camerer, M. C. & Capps, O. E. (1995).  Raising other people’s kids: A guide for houseparents, foster parents, and direct care staff.  Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas Publishing Co. Inc.

 

Camerer, M. C. (1994).  A parents’ guide to coping with adolescent friendships: The Three Musketeer Phenomenon.  Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas Publishing Co. Inc.

 

Contributions to Edited Books and Articles

            Gore, M. C. (2003). Plyler v.Doe, 457 U. S. 202 (1982) (USSC+). In Greenwooddictionary of education. Westport, CT: Oryx Press.

 

            Gore, M. C. & Broussard, S. (1997).  Using teacher-made software to teach pattern recognition and construction.  Technology and teacher education annual.  Pp. 369-371.   Charlottesville, VA: Society for Technology and Teacher Education by Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education.

 

            Barber, W. T., Gore, M. C., & Others. (1995).  The BEST test preparation for the ExCET- Examination for the Certification of Teachers in Texas.  Piscataway, NJ: Research and Education Association. 

 

Books Reviewed

 

For Sage Publications

In 2003, I reviewed A self-regulated learning approach for children with learning and behavior disorders (blind peer review) for Sage Publications.

 

In 2004, I reviewed What successful teachers do in inclusive classrooms: 60 research-based teaching strategies that help special learners succeed by Sarah McNary for Corwin Press, a subdivision of Sage.

 

For Oxford Press

In 2005, I reviewed Single case research designs: Methods for clinical and applied settings by A. E. Kazdin for Oxford University Press.

 

 

 

 

 

Presentations

 

Gore, M. (2010). Initium House: A comprehensive support program for college students with ASDs.  A paper  presented to the 7thInclusive and Supportive Education Congress, Queen’s University, Belfast, Ireland, August 2-5, 2010.

 

Gore, M. (2010).  Developing a student-driven autism support program for fully academically qualified students.  A paper presented to the 7thInternational Conference on Higher Education and Disability, July 20-23, 2010.  Innsbruck, Austria.

 

Gore. M. & Hammer. M. (2010). The evolution of elfdom in modern fantasy: From Lord Dunsany to J.K. Rowling.  A paper presented to Infinitus 2010, July 16-18, 2010. Orlando, FL.

 

Gore, M. (2010). Conceptualizations of disability in the wizarding world: The case of Neville Longbottom. A paper presented to Infinitus 2010, July 16-18, 2010. Orlando, FL.

 

Gore, M. C. & Dunn, J. B. (2010). College-bound students with ASDs: Making a successful transition into academia.  A paper presented to the 41stNational Conference  &Exposition of the Autism Society of America, Juluy  8-10, 2010. Dallas, TX.

 

Gore, M. (2010).  Standing on the shoulders of giants.  An invited paper presented to the Texas Council for Exceptional Children, June 19-21, 2010.  Dallas, TX.

 

Gore, M. (2010). Facilitating student-led transition planning. A paper presented at the Autism Conference of Texoma, April 20, 2010.  Wichita Falls, TX.

 

Gore, M. and others (2010). Socialization and recreation for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  A paper presented at the Autism Conference of Texoma, April 20, 2010.  Wichita Falls, TX.

 

Gore, M. (2010). A professor professes: Lessons learned from college students with disabilities.  An invited presentation presented to the Texas Transition Conference, February 15-17, 2010.  Austin, TX.

 

Gore, M. (2010).  Including all students in grades 6-12: Writing in the content area. An invited presentation presented to the Inclusion Works! 2010 conference, February 10-13, 2010. Austin, TX.

 

Gore, M. (2010). Including all students in grades 6-12: Strategies to increase learning from lectures.  An invited presentation presented to the Inclusion Works! 2010 conference, February 10-13, 2010. Austin, TX.

 

Gore, M. (2010). Including all students in grades 6-12: Strategies to increase learning from reading. An invited presentation presented to the Inclusion Works! 2010 conference, February 10-13, 2010. Austin, TX.

 

Gore, M. (2010). Including all students in grades 6-12: Increasing learning through explicit instruction.  An invited presentation presented to the Inclusion Works! 2010 conference, February 10-13, 2010. Austin, TX.

 

Gore, M. (2010).   Including all students through making repetition powerful and fun.  An invited presentation presented to the Inclusion Works! 2010 conference, February 10-13, 2010. Austin, TX.

 

Gore, M. (2010). For parents only: Supporting your child’s school success.  An invited presentation presented to the Inclusion Works! 2010 conference, February 10-13, 2010. Austin, TX.

 

Gore, M., Dunn, J., & Simpson, G. (2009).  Institutionalizing service learning: Developing a student-driven residential program for college students with autism.  A paper to be presented to the American Association of State Colleges and Universities’ 7thAnnual Meeting of The American Democracy Project: Diversity and Civic Engagement, Baltimore, MD, June 11-13, 2009.

 

Gore, M., & Dunn, J. (2009). Midwestern State University’s Autism Support Program.  A paper presented to the Texas Transition Conference 2009: Blazing the Trail with Transition, Austin, TX, February 23-25, 2009. Austin, TX.

 

Garza, M. & Gore, M. (2008).  Working with the families of bilingual young children with special needs. A paper presented to the annual conference of the Division for Early Childhood of the Council for Exceptional Children, Minneapolis, MN, October 20-23, 2008. 

 

Gore, M. (2008).  The Dark Lord, the Squibs, and the Mad Auror: Conceptualizations of disability in the Wizarding Word. A paper presented to Portus, 2008.  Dallas, Texas, June 11, 2008.

 

Gore, M. (2007).  Using family story scrapbooks to support the language development of young children with disabilities.  A paper presented to the annual conference of the Division for Early Childhood of the Council for Exceptional Children, Niagara Falls, Canada, October 22-25, 2007. 

 

Gore, M. (2007).  Talking about sexuality in the transition planning process.  A paper presented to the annual conference of the Texas Council for Exceptional Children, Houston, TX, June 20-22, 2007.

 

Gore, M. & Dunn, J. B. (2007). Solving the puzzle piece by piece: Calculating percentage of independence to document growth in ADLs.  A paper presented to the annual conference of the Texas Council for Exceptional Children, Houston, TX, June 20-22, 2007.

 

Gore, M. (2007).  Sustaining a shared social space with a community service agency.  A paper submitted to the American Democracy North Central Regional Conference: Spaces of Civic Engagement, University of Wisconsin at River Falls, April 12-14, 2007.

           

            Gore, M. (2007). Talking about sexuality in the transition planning process for students with learning disabilities.  A presented at the 44thAnnual International Conference of the Learning Disabilities Association of America, Pittsburgh, PA, February 21-25, 2007.

 

Gore, M. (2006). Supporting students with learning disabilities who are members of sexual minorities. A paper presented at the 43ndAnnual International Conference of the Learning Disabilities Association of America, Jacksonville, FL, February 25-March 1, 2006.

 

Gore, M. (2006).  Explicitly teaching explicit instruction.  A paper presented at the Texas Collaborative for Higher Education, San Antonio, TX, September 24, 2006.

 

            Gore, M. (2005).  For the common good: Helping students develop a commitment to civic engagement.  A paper presented to the Faculty Forum of Midwestern State University, Wichita Fall, TX, October 4, 2005.

 

Gore, M. C. (2005). Including and supporting sexual minority secondary students with disabilities. A paper presented at the Inclusive and Supportive Education Conference presented by the Inclusive and Supportive Education Congress, Glasgow, Scotland, August 1-5, 2005.

 

Gore, M. C. (2005). Inclusion strategies to improve research and writing skills of secondary students.  A paper presented at the Inclusive and Supportive Education Conference presented by the Inclusive and Supportive Education Congress, Glasgow, Scotland, August 1-5, 2005.

 

Gore, M. C. (2005). Explicitly teaching explicit instruction.  An invited paper presented to the Higher Education Collaborative of the Reading First Initiative.  Austin, TX, April 1-5, 2005.

 

Gore, M. C. (2005). Successful inclusion strategies for high school teachers.  A paper presented at the 42ndInternational Conference of the Learning Disabilities Association of America, Reno, NV, March 2-5, 2005.

 

Gore, M. (2005). Supporting students with learning disabilities who are members of sexual minorities. A paper presented at the 43ndAnnual International Conference of the Learning Disabilities Association of America, Jacksonville, FL, February 25-March 1, 2006.

 

Gore, M. (2004). Supporting wellness among adolescents who have developmental disabilities and are members of sexual minorities.   A paper presented to the 8th Annual International Conference on Cognitive Disabilities/Mental Retardation, Autism, and Other Developmental Disabilities, Las Vegas, Nevada,  October 11-13, 2004.

 

Gore, M. & Kallam, M. (2004).  Use of assistive technology with students with behavior disorders.  A paper presented at the Midwest Symposium on Leadership in Behavior Disorders, Kansas City, MO, February 26-28, 2004.

 

Gore, M. & Kallam, M. (2004). Short-term oral language achievement of students with behavior problems when incorporating technology and choice.  A paper presented to the Midwest Symposium on Leadership in Behavior Disorders, Kansas City, MO, February 26-28, 2004.

 

Gore, M. & Estrada A. (2003). Using bilingual family scrapbooks to promote literacy activities in families of young Hispanic English Language Learners.  A paper presented at the annual conference of the International Reading Association, Orlando, FL, May 4-8, 2003.

 

Gore, M. C. (2003). Creating inclusive schools for students who are lesbian or gay.  A paper accepted for presentation at the International Conference of the Council for Excpetional Children, Seattle, WA, April 12-19, 2003.

 

Gore, M. C., Schultz, E., & Kallam, M. (2003).   The effectiveness of games in increasing mathematics achievement of junior high students who are behavior disordered.  A paper presented ath the Midwest Symposium on Leadership in Behavior Disorders, Kansas City, KS, February 19-20, 2003.

 

Gore, M. C. (2003). Using desktop publishing to increase mathematics achievement of junior high students with learning and behavior problems.  A paper presented at the 20thannual Conference on Technology and disabilities: Capitalizing on Best Practices, sponsored by the Technology and Media Division of the Council for Exceptional Children and the Helen A. Kellar Institute for Human disabilities, Reston, VA, February, 7-9, 2003.

 

Gore, M. C. (2003).  Using EXCEL to document progress toward curriculum standards.   A paper presented at the 20thAnnual Conference on Technology and disabilities: Capitalizing on Best Practices, sponsored by the Technology and Media Division of the Council for Exceptional Children and the Helen A. Kellar Institute for Human disabilities, Reston, VA, February, 7-9, 2003.

 

Gore, M. C. (2003). Assistive technology: Facilitating living at home. A paper presented at the 20thAnnual Conference on Technology and disabilities: Capitalizing on Best Practices, sponsored by the Technology and Media Division of the Council for Exceptional Children and the Helen A. Kellar Institute for Human disabilities, Reston, VA, February, 7-9, 2003.

 

Gore, M. C. (2002).  Twenty-one tricks of the trade from organized special education teachers.  A paper presented to the Texas Council for Exceptional Children State Conference, San Antonio, TX, June 7-8, 2002.

 

Gore, M. C. (2002). What straight teachers need to know to support lesbian and gay adolescents.  A paper presented to the Texas Council for Exceptional Children State Conference, San Antonio, TX, June 7-8, 2002.

 

Gore, M. C. (2002). Using EXCEL to support formative assessment of the functional skill development of students with cognitive disabilities. A paper presented to the Texas Council for Exceptional Children State Conference, San Antonio, TX, June 7-8, 2002.

 

Gore, M. C. (2002). Using EXCEL to support formative assessment. A paper presented at the 19thAnnual Conference on Technology and disabilities: Capitalizing on Best Practices, sponsored by the Technology and Media Division of the Council for Exceptional Children and the Helen A. Kellar Institute for Human disabilities, Reston, VA, January 10-12, 2002.

 

Gore, M. C. & Dowd, J. (2001). Twenty-one tricks of the trade from organized special education teachers.  A paper presented to the Fourth International Convocation of the Honor Society of Kappa Delta Pi, Orlando, FL, November 3-6, 2001.

 

Gore, M. C. (2001). Diversity issues: Supporting the adolescent who is gay or lesbian and behavior disordered.  A paper presented to the Fourth International Conference of the Council for Children with Behavior Disorders, Atlanta, GA, October 4-6, 2001.

 

Gore, M. C. (2001). Working with families: Helping parents physically structure their home for the child with behavior disorders. A paper presented to the Fourth International Conference of the Council for Children with Behavior Disorders, Atlanta, GA, October 4-6, 2001.

 

Finley, R. & Gore, M. (1999). Selected effects of mentoring on the young future workforce.  A paper presented at the National Occupational Education Association annual conference. Seattle, WA, October 21-24.

 

Kitchen, M. & Gore, M. C. (1999).  Personality preference as a predictor of a young woman’s decision to become a single parent.  A paper presented at the Second Biennial Clinical Conference of the Center of Application for Psychological Type, Gainesville, FL, February 4-6, 1999.

 

Gore, M. C. & Lawson, D. (1999).  Supporting your child’s academic progress in 20 minutes per night.  A paper presented at The Arc of Texas Inclusion Works! Conference, Dallas, TX, February 5 & 6, 1999.

 

Gore, M. C. (1998). Teaching parents to create structure for their child with disabilities.  A paper presented at the Texas Council for Exceptional Children, Houston, TX, March 20, 1998.

 

Gore, M. C. (1998).  Using multimedia to create individualized sight word drill and practice.  A paper presented to the Texas Council for Exceptional Children, Houston, TX, March 20, 1998.

 

Gore, M. C. & Broussard, S. (1997).  Using teacher-made software to teach pattern recognition and reconstruction.  A paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Society for Instructional Technology in Education, Orlando, FL, April 4-6, 1997.

 

Gore, M. C. (1997). Using Dyophantus’s Riddle to teach interdisciplinary mathematics.  A paper presented to the Annual Conference of the Texoma Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Wichita Falls, TX, February 1, 1997.

 

Finley, R. & Gore, M. C. (1996).  School to work force: Getting to the work force at an early age through mentoring.  A paper presented to the American Technical Educational Association Regional Conference, Hot Springs, AR, October, 1996.

 

Camerer, M. C. (1993).  Differences in beliefs in friendship employed by two groups of adolescents with disabilities.  A paper presented to the American Educational Research Association, Atlanta, GA, April, 1993. 

Research and Scholarly Activity (in reverse chronological order by category)

 

Publications

Books Authored or Co-Authored

 

Gore, M. C. (2010). Inclusion strategies for secondary classrooms: Keys for struggling learners. (2nd ed.)  Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

 

Gore, M. C. (2004). Successful inclusion strategies for secondary and middle school teachers: Helping struggling readers access the curriculum.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

 

Gore, M. C.  & Dowd, J. F. (1999).  Taming the time stealers: Tricks of the trade from organized teachers.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press. 

 

Gore Camerer, M. C. & Capps, O. E. (1995).  Raising other people’s kids: A guide for houseparents, foster parents, and direct care staff.  Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas Publishing Co. Inc.

 

Camerer, M. C. (1994).  A parents’ guide to coping with adolescent friendships: The Three Musketeer Phenomenon.  Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas Publishing Co. Inc.

 

Contributions to Edited Books and Articles

            Gore, M. C. (2003). Plyler v.Doe, 457 U. S. 202 (1982) (USSC+). In Greenwood dictionary of education. Westport, CT: Oryx Press.

 

            Gore, M. C. & Broussard, S. (1997).  Using teacher-made software to teach pattern recognition and construction.  Technology and teacher education annual.  Pp. 369-371.   Charlottesville, VA: Society for Technology and Teacher Education by Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education.

 

            Barber, W. T., Gore, M. C., & Others. (1995).  The BEST test preparation for the ExCET- Examination for the Certification of Teachers in Texas.  Piscataway, NJ: Research and Education Association. 

 

Books Reviewed

 

For Sage Publications

In 2003, I reviewed A self-regulated learning approach for children with learning and behavior disorders (blind peer review) for Sage Publications.

 

In 2004, I reviewed What successful teachers do in inclusive classrooms: 60 research-based teaching strategies that help special learners succeed by Sarah McNary for Corwin Press, a subdivision of Sage.

 

For Oxford Press

In 2005, I reviewed Single case research designs: Methods for clinical and applied settings by A. E. Kazdin for Oxford University Press.

 

 

Presentations

 

Gore, M. C. (2011). Increasing learning through teaching strategies: Support for middle and secondary content area educators. A paper presented to the Texas Council for Exceptional Children 2011 Conference: Meeting the Needs of All Children in a Diverse World, June 9-11, 2011.  San Antonio, TX.

 

Gore, M. C. and students (2011). Students with disabilities transitioning to a 4-year college: Challenges and solutions.  A roundtable session presented to the Texas Council for Exceptional Children 2011 Conference: Meeting the Needs of All Children in a Diverse World, June 9-11, 2011.  San Antonio, TX.

 

Gore, M. C. (2011).  Inclusion strategies for secondary classrooms: Supporting students’ writing.  An invited paper presented to Inclusion Works! Beyond Access.  The 18th Annual Conference of The Arc of Texas, February 23-26, 2011.  San Antonio, TX.

 

Gore, M. C. (2011).  Inclusion strategies for secondary classrooms: Increasing instruction through explicitness. An invited paper presented to Inclusion Works! Beyond Access.  The 18th Annual Conference of The Arc of Texas, February 23-26, 2011.  San Antonio, TX.

 

Gore, M. C. (2011).  Inclusion strategies for secondary classrooms: Making repetition and review fun. An invited paper presented to Inclusion Works! Beyond Access.  The 18th Annual Conference of The Arc of Texas, February 23-26, 2011.  San Antonio, TX.

 

Gore, M. C. (2011).  Inclusion strategies for secondary classrooms: Increasing learning from lectures. An invited paper presented to Inclusion Works! Beyond Access.  The 18th Annual Conference of The Arc of Texas, February 23-26, 2011.  San Antonio, TX.

 

Gore, M. C. (2011).  Standing on the shoulders of giants.  A paper presented to the Second Annual Autism Conference of Texoma, April 20, 2011.  Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, TX.

 

Gore, M. C. (2010). Building trust between parents and teachers.  Keynote presentation presented to the Down Syndrome Guild of Dallas: Learning Together, Focusing on Possibilities, October 22-23, 2010.  Dallas, TX.

 

Gore, M. C. (2010). Grades 9-12: Supporting writing in the content areas.  An invited paper presented to the Down Syndrome Guild of Dallas: Learning Together, Focusing on Possibilities, October 22-23, 2010.  Dallas, TX.

 

Gore, M. C. (2010). Increasing learning through reading.  An invited paper presented to the Down Syndrome Guild of Dallas: Learning Together, Focusing on Possibilities, October 22-23, 2010.  Dallas, TX.

 

Gore, M. C. (2010). Parents: Supporting your child’s school success.  An invited paper presented to the Down Syndrome Guild of Dallas: Learning Together, Focusing on Possibilities, October 22-23, 2011.  Dallas, TX.

 

Gore, M. (2010). Initium House: A comprehensive support program for college students with ASDs.  A paper  presented to the 7th Inclusive and Supportive Education Congress, Queen’s University, Belfast, Ireland, August 2-5, 2010.

 

Gore, M. (2010).  Developing a student-driven autism support program for fully academically qualified students.  A paper presented to the 7th International Conference on Higher Education and Disability, July 20-23, 2010.  Innsbruck, Austria.

 

Gore. M. & Hammer. M. (2010). The evolution of elfdom in modern fantasy: From Lord Dunsany to J.K. Rowling.  A paper presented to Infinitus 2010, July 16-18, 2010. Orlando, FL.

 

Gore, M. (2010). Conceptualizations of disability in the wizarding world: The case of Neville Longbottom. A paper presented to Infinitus 2010, July 16-18, 2010. Orlando, FL.

 

Gore, M. C. & Dunn, J. B. (2010). College-bound students with ASDs: Making a successful transition into academia.  A paper presented to the 41st National Conference  &Exposition of the Autism Society of America, Juluy  8-10, 2010. Dallas, TX.

 

Gore, M. (2010).  Standing on the shoulders of giants.  An invited paper presented to the Texas Council for Exceptional Children, June 19-21, 2010.  Dallas, TX.

 

Gore, M. (2010). Facilitating student-led transition planning. A paper presented at the Autism Conference of Texoma, April 20, 2010.  Wichita Falls, TX.

 

Gore, M. and others (2010). Socialization and recreation for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  A paper presented at the Autism Conference of Texoma, April 20, 2010.  Wichita Falls, TX.

 

Gore, M. (2010). A professor professes: Lessons learned from college students with disabilities.  An invited presentation presented to the Texas Transition Conference, February 15-17, 2010.  Austin, TX.

 

Gore, M. (2010).  Including all students in grades 6-12: Writing in the content area. An invited presentation presented to the Inclusion Works! 2010 conference, February 10-13, 2010. Austin, TX.

 

Gore, M. (2010). Including all students in grades 6-12: Strategies to increase learning from lectures.  An invited presentation presented to the Inclusion Works! 2010 conference, February 10-13, 2010. Austin, TX.

 

Gore, M. (2010). Including all students in grades 6-12: Strategies to increase learning from reading. An invited presentation presented to the Inclusion Works! 2010 conference, February 10-13, 2010. Austin, TX.

 

Gore, M. (2010). Including all students in grades 6-12: Increasing learning through explicit instruction.  An invited presentation presented to the Inclusion Works! 2010 conference, February 10-13, 2010. Austin, TX.

 

Gore, M. (2010).   Including all students through making repetition powerful and fun.  An invited presentation presented to the Inclusion Works! 2010 conference, February 10-13, 2010. Austin, TX.

 

Gore, M. (2010). For parents only: Supporting your child’s school success.  An invited presentation presented to the Inclusion Works! 2010 conference, February 10-13, 2010. Austin, TX.

 

Gore, M., Dunn, J., & Simpson, G. (2009).  Institutionalizing service learning: Developing a student-driven residential program for college students with autism.  A paper to be presented to the American Association of State Colleges and Universities’ 7th Annual Meeting of The American Democracy Project: Diversity and Civic Engagement, Baltimore, MD, June 11-13, 2009.

 

Gore, M., & Dunn, J. (2009). Midwestern State University’s Autism Support Program.  A paper presented to the Texas Transition Conference 2009: Blazing the Trail with Transition, Austin, TX, February 23-25, 2009. Austin, TX.

 

Garza, M. & Gore, M. (2008).  Working with the families of bilingual young children with special needs. A paper presented to the annual conference of the Division for Early Childhood of the Council for Exceptional Children, Minneapolis, MN, October 20-23, 2008. 

 

Gore, M. (2008).  The Dark Lord, the Squibs, and the Mad Auror: Conceptualizations of disability in the Wizarding Word. A paper presented to Portus, 2008.  Dallas, Texas, June 11, 2008.

 

Gore, M. (2007).  Using family story scrapbooks to support the language development of young children with disabilities.  A paper presented to the annual conference of the Division for Early Childhood of the Council for Exceptional Children, Niagara Falls, Canada, October 22-25, 2007. 

 

Gore, M. (2007).  Talking about sexuality in the transition planning process.  A paper presented to the annual conference of the Texas Council for Exceptional Children, Houston, TX, June 20-22, 2007.

 

Gore, M. & Dunn, J. B. (2007). Solving the puzzle piece by piece: Calculating percentage of independence to document growth in ADLs.  A paper presented to the annual conference of the Texas Council for Exceptional Children, Houston, TX, June 20-22, 2007.

 

Gore, M. (2007).  Sustaining a shared social space with a community service agency.  A paper submitted to the American Democracy North Central Regional Conference: Spaces of Civic Engagement, University of Wisconsin at River Falls, April 12-14, 2007.

           

            Gore, M. (2007). Talking about sexuality in the transition planning process for students with learning disabilities.  A presented at the 44th Annual International Conference of the Learning Disabilities Association of America, Pittsburgh, PA, February 21-25, 2007.

 

Gore, M. (2006). Supporting students with learning disabilities who are members of sexual minorities. A paper presented at the 43nd Annual International Conference of the Learning Disabilities Association of America, Jacksonville, FL, February 25-March 1, 2006.

 

Gore, M. (2006).  Explicitly teaching explicit instruction.  A paper presented at the Texas Collaborative for Higher Education, San Antonio, TX, September 24, 2006.

 

            Gore, M. (2005).  For the common good: Helping students develop a commitment to civic engagement.  A paper presented to the Faculty Forum of Midwestern State University, Wichita Fall, TX, October 4, 2005.

 

Gore, M. C. (2005). Including and supporting sexual minority secondary students with disabilities. A paper presented at the Inclusive and Supportive Education Conference presented by the Inclusive and Supportive Education Congress, Glasgow, Scotland, August 1-5, 2005.

 

Gore, M. C. (2005). Inclusion strategies to improve research and writing skills of secondary students.  A paper presented at the Inclusive and Supportive Education Conference presented by the Inclusive and Supportive Education Congress, Glasgow, Scotland, August 1-5, 2005.

 

Gore, M. C. (2005). Explicitly teaching explicit instruction.  An invited paper presented to the Higher Education Collaborative of the Reading First Initiative.  Austin, TX, April 1-5, 2005.

 

Gore, M. C. (2005). Successful inclusion strategies for high school teachers.  A paper presented at the 42nd International Conference of the Learning Disabilities Association of America, Reno, NV, March 2-5, 2005.

 

Gore, M. (2005). Supporting students with learning disabilities who are members of sexual minorities. A paper presented at the 43nd Annual International Conference of the Learning Disabilities Association of America, Jacksonville, FL, February 25-March 1, 2006.

 

Gore, M. (2004). Supporting wellness among adolescents who have developmental disabilities and are members of sexual minorities.   A paper presented to the 8th Annual International Conference on Cognitive Disabilities/Mental Retardation, Autism, and Other Developmental Disabilities, Las Vegas, Nevada,  October 11-13, 2004.

 

Gore, M. & Kallam, M. (2004).  Use of assistive technology with students with behavior disorders.  A paper presented at the Midwest Symposium on Leadership in Behavior Disorders, Kansas City, MO, February 26-28, 2004.

 

Gore, M. & Kallam, M. (2004). Short-term oral language achievement of students with behavior problems when incorporating technology and choice.  A paper presented to the Midwest Symposium on Leadership in Behavior Disorders, Kansas City, MO, February 26-28, 2004.

 

Gore, M. & Estrada A. (2003). Using bilingual family scrapbooks to promote literacy activities in families of young Hispanic English Language Learners.  A paper presented at the annual conference of the International Reading Association, Orlando, FL, May 4-8, 2003.

 

Gore, M. C. (2003). Creating inclusive schools for students who are lesbian or gay.  A paper accepted for presentation at the International Conference of the Council for Excpetional Children, Seattle, WA, April 12-19, 2003.

 

Gore, M. C., Schultz, E., & Kallam, M. (2003).   The effectiveness of games in increasing mathematics achievement of junior high students who are behavior disordered.  A paper presented ath the Midwest Symposium on Leadership in Behavior Disorders, Kansas City, KS, February 19-20, 2003.

 

Gore, M. C. (2003). Using desktop publishing to increase mathematics achievement of junior high students with learning and behavior problems.  A paper presented at the 20th annual Conference on Technology and disabilities: Capitalizing on Best Practices, sponsored by the Technology and Media Division of the Council for Exceptional Children and the Helen A. Kellar Institute for Human disabilities, Reston, VA, February, 7-9, 2003.

 

Gore, M. C. (2003).  Using EXCEL to document progress toward curriculum standards.   A paper presented at the 20th Annual Conference on Technology and disabilities: Capitalizing on Best Practices, sponsored by the Technology and Media Division of the Council for Exceptional Children and the Helen A. Kellar Institute for Human disabilities, Reston, VA, February, 7-9, 2003.

 

Gore, M. C. (2003). Assistive technology: Facilitating living at home. A paper presented at the 20th Annual Conference on Technology and disabilities: Capitalizing on Best Practices, sponsored by the Technology and Media Division of the Council for Exceptional Children and the Helen A. Kellar Institute for Human disabilities, Reston, VA, February, 7-9, 2003.

 

Gore, M. C. (2002).  Twenty-one tricks of the trade from organized special education teachers.  A paper presented to the Texas Council for Exceptional Children State Conference, San Antonio, TX, June 7-8, 2002.

 

Gore, M. C. (2002). What straight teachers need to know to support lesbian and gay adolescents.  A paper presented to the Texas Council for Exceptional Children State Conference, San Antonio, TX, June 7-8, 2002.

 

Gore, M. C. (2002). Using EXCEL to support formative assessment of the functional skill development of students with cognitive disabilities. A paper presented to the Texas Council for Exceptional Children State Conference, San Antonio, TX, June 7-8, 2002.

 

Gore, M. C. (2002). Using EXCEL to support formative assessment. A paper presented at the 19th Annual Conference on Technology and disabilities: Capitalizing on Best Practices, sponsored by the Technology and Media Division of the Council for Exceptional Children and the Helen A. Kellar Institute for Human disabilities, Reston, VA, January 10-12, 2002.

 

Gore, M. C. & Dowd, J. (2001). Twenty-one tricks of the trade from organized special education teachers.  A paper presented to the Fourth International Convocation of the Honor Society of Kappa Delta Pi, Orlando, FL, November 3-6, 2001.

 

Gore, M. C. (2001). Diversity issues: Supporting the adolescent who is gay or lesbian and behavior disordered.  A paper presented to the Fourth International Conference of the Council for Children with Behavior Disorders, Atlanta, GA, October 4-6, 2001.

 

Gore, M. C. (2001). Working with families: Helping parents physically structure their home for the child with behavior disorders. A paper presented to the Fourth International Conference of the Council for Children with Behavior Disorders, Atlanta, GA, October 4-6, 2001.

 

Finley, R. & Gore, M. (1999). Selected effects of mentoring on the young future workforce.  A paper presented at the National Occupational Education Association annual conference. Seattle, WA, October 21-24.

 

Kitchen, M. & Gore, M. C. (1999).  Personality preference as a predictor of a young woman’s decision to become a single parent.  A paper presented at the Second Biennial Clinical Conference of the Center of Application for Psychological Type, Gainesville, FL, February 4-6, 1999.

 

Gore, M. C. & Lawson, D. (1999).  Supporting your child’s academic progress in 20 minutes per night.  A paper presented at The Arc of Texas Inclusion Works! Conference, Dallas, TX, February 5 & 6, 1999.

 

Gore, M. C. (1998). Teaching parents to create structure for their child with disabilities.  A paper presented at the Texas Council for Exceptional Children, Houston, TX, March 20, 1998.

 

Gore, M. C. (1998).  Using multimedia to create individualized sight word drill and practice.  A paper presented to the Texas Council for Exceptional Children, Houston, TX, March 20, 1998.

 

Gore, M. C. & Broussard, S. (1997).  Using teacher-made software to teach pattern recognition and reconstruction.  A paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Society for Instructional Technology in Education, Orlando, FL, April 4-6, 1997.

 

Gore, M. C. (1997). Using Dyophantus’s Riddle to teach interdisciplinary mathematics.  A paper presented to the Annual Conference of the Texoma Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Wichita Falls, TX, February 1, 1997.

 

Finley, R. & Gore, M. C. (1996).  School to work force: Getting to the work force at an early age through mentoring.  A paper presented to the American Technical Educational Association Regional Conference, Hot Springs, AR, October, 1996.

 

Camerer, M. C. (1993).  Differences in beliefs in friendship employed by two groups of adolescents with disabilities.  A paper presented to the American Educational Research Association, Atlanta, GA, April, 1993.