Dr. Kimberly Maich

Faculty of Education




Dr. Kimberly Maich

Assistant Professor (PhD)
Department of Teacher Education
Contact for Availability for Graduate Advisement

Dr. Kimberly Maich is an assistant professor in the Department of Teacher Education and is affiliated with the Centre for Applied Disability Studies. She has studied and taught from coast-to-coast in Canada from Vancouver, BC, to St. Anthony, NL. She has spent most of her career as a resource teacher, supporting students with exceptionalities from Kindergarten to Grade 12, but has also had roles as a Guidance Counsellor, Vice-Principal, Librarian, Classroom Teacher, Computer Lab Coordinator. Previously, she also worked as an ASD Consultant and Program Coordinator with McMaster Children’s Hospital, and before moving to Brock, she was a professor in Fanshawe College’s Bachelor of Applied Arts in Early Childhood Leadership. Her primary interests lie in special education; specifically, Autism Spectrum Disorders and applied behaviour analysis in inclusive school environments.

Courses Taught

Undergraduate
4P52: Inclusive Programming in Early Childhood Education

Graduate

5F95: MEd Thesis
5P98: MEd Independent Study
5P96: MEd Internship
5Q91: MEd Major Research Project

Teacher Education
8Y40: Special Education (P/J)
8Y06: Special Education (I/S)
8D09: Principles and Practices for Professional Certification (Cohort)

Continuing Teacher Education

9F95: Special Education – Communication - Autism Spectrum Disorder (AQ)
9F97: Special Education Part I (AQ)

Centre for Applied Disability Studies

ADST 5P14: Research Methods in Applied Disability Studies I                
ADST 5P15: Research Methods in Applied Disability Studies II                              
ADST 6P90: Applied Behavioural Analysis Across the Lifespan                              
ADST 6P91: Applied Behavioural Analysis Across the Lifespan II

 

Research Interests

Special education; inclusion; Newfoundland & Labrador; Autism Spectrum Disorders; emotional/behavioural disorders; diversity training; peer-mediated social skills instruction; assistive technology; iPads; disability and mass media; early childhood education; qualitative, mixed methodology, or single-subject research traditions.

Publications

Scholarly Refereed Journals (2004-present)

Maich, K., & Hall, C. (In Press). Implementing iPads in the inclusive classroom setting. Intervention in School and Clinic.

Belcher, C., & Maich, K. (In Press). Autism spectrum disorders in popular media: Storied reflections of societal views. Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research & Practice.

Belcher, C., & Maich, K. (In Press). Eating baby food or eating meat? Student voices on the 'everyday' use of PowerPoint in university-level andragogy. International Christian Community for Teacher Education Journal.

Maich, K., & Hall, C. (In Press). Are we ready? Examining the level of preparedness of ECE students for school-based special education. Canadian Children, 39(2).

Sider, S., & Maich, K. (2014). Assistive technology tools to support literacy learning for all learners in the inclusive classroom. What Works? Research into Practice Monograph Series #50. Retrieved from http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/literacynumeracy/inspire/research/whatworks.html

Maich, K., & Belcher, E. C., (2012). Using picture books to create peer awareness about Autism Spectrum Disorders in the inclusive classroom. Intervention in School and Clinic, 47(4), 206-213. doi: 10.1177/10534 51211424600

Maich, K., & Hall, C. (2011). Out in the field: Experiencing a research journey through a community-based pilot project. College Quarterly, 14(2). Retrieved from http://www.collegequarterly.ca/2011-vol14-num02-spring/maich.html

Maich, K., & Belcher, E. C. (2011). Using picture books to create peer awareness about Autism Spectrum Disorders in the inclusive classroom. Pre-print published at http://isc.sagepub.com/content/early/2011/10/20/1053451211424600.full.pdf+html. doi: 10.1177/1053451211424600

Belcher, E. C., & Maich, K. (2010). Finding the “me” in ASD through children’s picture books. Teaching with compassion, competence and commitment, 4(2). http://www.mvnu.edu/academics/eduprofstud/education/education_journal/vol4no2/seeing.pdf

Dworet, D., & Maich, K. (2007). Canadian school programs for students with emotional/behavioural disorders: An updated look. Behavioural Disorders 1(33), 33-42.

Maich, K., & Kean, S. (2005). ISSP and Pathways: Special education models in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Journal of International Special Needs Education, 8.

Maich, K. (2005). A brief review of the special education consultant teacher: Enabling children with disabilities to be educated with nondisabled children to the maximum extent possible. Education Review.

Maich K., & Kean, S. (2004). Read two books and write me in the morning! Bibliotherapy for social emotional intervention in the inclusive classroom. Teaching Exceptional Children Plus, 1(2).

Books & Book Contributions (2004-present)

Maich, K., Levine, D., & Hall, C. (2016—In Progress). Applied behaviour analysis: A case-based approach to principles, processes, and practices. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Science & Business Media.

Maich, K. & Hall, C. (2015—In Progress). Autism spectrum disorders in the Ontario context: An introduction. Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press, Inc.

Maich, K. (2014). Early Learners in preschools and kindergartens: 50 case stories in child development, inclusion, collaboration and special needs. Toronto: Pearson Education.

Maich, K. (2012). “Parent reflection: ASD” in Chapter 12, “Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders” (p.165). In Bennett, S., & Dworet, D. (2008). Special Education in Ontario Schools (7th Ed.). Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON: Highland Press.

Maich, K. (2010). “Teaching story: Co-Writer™” in Chapter 6, “Learners who are exceptional” (p. 167). In Santrock, J., Woloshyn, V., Gallagher, T., Di Petta, T., & Marini, Z. (2010). Educational Psychology (3rd Canadian Ed.). Whitby, ON: McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited.

Maich, K. (2010). Opening a can of worms: Perceptions and practices of teachers in Newfoundland and Labrador incorporating the role of a therapist. Saarbrücken, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing.

Maich, K. (2008). “Parent reflection: ASD” in Chapter 12, “Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders” (p.165). In Bennett, S., Dworet, D., & Weber, K. (2008). Special Education in Ontario Schools (6th Ed.). Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON: Highland Press.

Maich, K., & Tite, R. (2007). When ‘Pathways’ cross. In Singh, A., Baksh, I., Hahce, G., Olford, J., & Chislett, A. (Eds.) (2007). Multiple Perspectives on Education and Society in Newfoundland and Labrador, 522-536.
Retrieved from http://www.mun.ca/educ/faculty/mwatch/Multiple%20Perspectives%202007.pdf%20revised.pdf

Maich, K. (2007). “At a glance” individualized daily schedule. In Ontario Ministry of Education (2007). Effective Educational Practices for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Ontario Ministry of Education, 151.

Maich, K. (2007). “Teaching story: Phonic Ear™” in Chapter 6, “Learners who are exceptional” (p.165). In Santrock, J., Woloshyn, V., Gallagher, T., Di Petta, T., & Marini, Z. (2004) Educational Psychology (2nd Canadian Ed.). Whitby, ON: McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited.

Maich, K. (2004). “Teaching story: Phonic Ear™” in Chapter 6, “Learners who are exceptional” (p.165). In Santrock, J., Woloshyn, V., Gallagher, T., Di Petta, T., & Marini, Z. (2004) Educational Psychology (1st Canadian Ed.). Whitby, ON: McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited.

Non-Refereed (2004-present)

Maich, K. & Hall, C. (In Press). 25 applications iPad et autres renseignements utiles: Part 3 of a 3-part series. Autism Matters (Winter 2015).

Maich, K. & Hall, C. (In Press). 25 applications iPad et autres renseignements utiles: Part 2 of a 3-part series. Autism Matters (Fall 2014).

Maich, K. & Hall, C. (In Press). 25 applications iPad et autres renseignements utiles: Part 1 of a 3-part series. Autism Matters (Spring 2014).

Maich, K. & Hall, C. (In Press). Technology for supporting students with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other exceptionalities: Part 3 of a 3-part series. Autism Matters (Winter 2015).

Maich, K. & Hall, C. (In Press). Technology for supporting students with Autism
Spectrum Disorder and other exceptionalities: Part 2 of a 3-part series. Autism Matters (Fall 2014).

Maich, K. & Hall, C. (In Press). Technology for supporting students with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other exceptionalities: Part 1 of a 3-part series. Autism Matters (Spring 2014).

Bonnett, T., & Maich, K. (2014, January). The foundational “R.” Education Canada, 54(1). http://www.cea-ace.ca/education-canada/article/foundational-%E2%80%9Cr%E2%80%9D

Maich, K. (2013, September). Giving and getting: The promising practices of professional online collaboration between educators and social media across Canada. Education Canada, 53(4). http://www.cea-ace.ca/education-canada/article/giving-and-getting

Maich, K., Hall, C., & Sider, S. (2013, March). Learning people skills: Social literacy for students with autism spectrum disorders. Education Canada, 53(2). http://www.cea-ace.ca/education-canada/article/learning-people-skills

Maich, K. (2012, December). Stay, play, and talk: A peer-mediated social skills program for children with ASD and other social challenges and their peers. ETFO Voice, 15(2), p. 44.

Quinlan, L., Hall, C., Maich, K., Faragher, K., & Machado, F. (2012, Winter). Camps on TRACKS: Creating meaningful social interactions for children with ASD and their peers. Autism Matters, 9(1), 14-16.

Maich, K. (2010). Celebrating another housing option for adults with disabilities. Autism Matters, 7(4), 5-8.

Maich, K. (2010). Drawing a line or choosing inclusion? The place of special education in a Christian school setting. Catapult Magazine, 50(2). Retrieved from http://www.catapultmagazine.com/schools-as-communities/article/drawing-a...

Maich, K. (2010). Drawing a line or choosing inclusion? The place of special education in a Christian school setting. Christian Educators Journal, 50(2), 22-26.

Wolfert, T., & Maich, K. (2010, June). Classrooms, communities and crooked lines. Tangents, 1(1), 16-17.

Maich, K. (2009, Fall). Autism Spectrum Disorders additional qualifications course. Autism Matters, 6(2), 24-25.

Maich, K. (2009, Jan/Feb). Opening a can of worms. The Bulletin, 52(4), 24-25.

Maich, K. (2008, Fall). ABLLS & IEP collaboration. ASD Connection 2(2).

Maich, K. (2008, Fall). Everything resource. ASD Connection, 2(2).

Maich, K. (2008, Fall). Everything resource. ASD Connection, 1(2).

Maich, K., & Rahn, C. (2007, Fall). The Autism Spectrum Disorder School Support Program. Can-a-Gen Canadian Autism Genetics Newsletter, Offord Centre, McMaster University.

Maich, K. (2007, May). Everything resource. ASD Connection, 4(1).

Maich, K. (2007). McMaster Children’s Hospital, Hamilton Health Sciences, Autism Spectrum Disorder School Support Program website, http://www.hhsc.ca/asd-ssp

Maich, K. (2007, February). Adventures on the rock. ASD Connection, 3(1).

Maich, K., & Dworet, D. (2007). The therapist approach to instruction: Perceptions and practices of teachers. Proceedings of the International Study Association on Teachers and Teaching, St. Catharines. http://www.isatt.org/conference_proceedi.htm#M

Maich, K. (2006, November). Resources for peer awareness. ASD Connection, 2(1).

Maich, K. (2006, September). What is the ASD SSP? ASD Connection, 1(1).

Maich, K. (2006, September). New resources. ASD Connection, 1(1).

Maich, K. (2005, February) Levels of awareness: An article review. Council of Special Services Newsletter.

Maich, K. (2004, November). An introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders. Council of Special Services Newsletter.

Maich, K. (2004, November). Contacts across Canada. Council of Special Services Newsletter.

Maich, K., & Kean, S. (2004, June). ISSP and Pathways: Special education models in Newfoundland and Labrador. Council of Special Services Newsletter.

Maich, K. (2004, June). Practical bibliotherapy for the classroom teacher. Council of Special Services Newsletter.

Maich, K., & Kean, S. (2004). Top ten lessons learned: Reflections on a first conference presentation. The Bulletin, 47(5).

Professional Projects, Manuals, Newsletters, &/or Websites: (2004-present)

Maich, K., & Hall, C. (In Press). 25 applications iPad et autres renseignements utiles. Autism Ontario KnowledgeBase.

Maich, K., & Hall, C. (In Press). Technology for supporting students with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other exceptionalities. Autism Ontario KnowledgeBase.

Maich, K. (2013, October). Microsoft features for post-secondary evaluation & exemplars for formative assessment. ETFO Newsletter, ETFO AQs.

Maich, K. (2013). Instructional rubrics for Autism & Behavioural Science. London, ON: Fanshawe College.

Maich, K. & Knights-Thomson, J. (2013). Communication and behaviour standards for the social services worker program. London, ON: Fanshawe College.

Maich, K. (2012, November). Peer-Mediated social skills development: Using peers to enhance the social skills of all students though a peer-mediated approach. Council of Special Services Newsletter.

Maich, K. (2012, August). Celebrating another housing option for adults with disabilities. Autism Ontario KnowledgeBase, 39. http://autismontario.novosolutions.net/default.asp?id=99&Lang=1&SID=

Maich, K. (2012, August). Celebrating another housing option for adults with disabilities. Autism Advisor, 39. 39_AutismOntario_NewHousing_EN_1210.pdf

Maich, K. (2012, August). Une autre possibilité de logement intéressante pour les adultes handicapés. Autism Advisor, 39. http://autismontario.novosolutions.net/default.asp?id=98&Lang=2&SID=

Maich, K. & Hall, C. (2012). Communication and behaviour standards for autism and behavioural sciences. London, ON: Fanshawe College.

Maich, K. (2011). Communication and behaviour standards for Dr. Maich’s classroom. London, ON: Fanshawe College.

Maich, K. (2011). Early childhood education and early childhood leadership program-wide assignment plagiarism statement. London, ON: Fanshawe College.

Hall, C., Kurganker, T., Maich, K., O'Hara, C., Konrad, M., & Balcolm, A. (2011). “Stay, play, and talk” instructional manual. London, ON: Fanshawe College, Thames Valley Children’s Centre, & All Kids Belong.

Maich, K. (2011). APA style: The basics. London, ON: Fanshawe College.

Hall, C., Quinlan, L., Machado, M., Maich, K., & Faragher, K. (2011). Camps on TRACKS. London, ON: City of London, Fanshawe College & Thames Valley Children’s Centre.

Bonnett, T., Davis, D., & Maich, K. (2011). The early childhood leadership degree program handbook. London, ON: Fanshawe College.

Maich, K. & Knights-Thomson, J. (2011). The fast track social service worker’s communication and behaviour standards. London, ON: Fanshawe College.

Maich, K. & Hall, C. (2011). The Autism and Behavioural Science Graduate Certificate’s communication and behaviour standards. London, ON: Fanshawe College.

Maich, K. (2010). APA style: The basics. Toronto, ON: Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario.

Fowlow, S., Stares, D., Maich, K. (2010). Sexuality and ASD. Hamilton, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital.

Maich, K. (2010). Brantford next steps. Hamilton, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital.

Maich, K. (2010). Planning visual schedules. Hamilton, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital.

Maich, K., Carstensen, C. (2009). ABLLS overview. Hamilton, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital.

Maich, K., Stares, D., Benic, D. (2009). ABCs of ASD. Hamilton, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital.

Maich, K., Fowlow, S. (2009). IEP collaboration guidelines. Hamilton, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital.

Maich, K., & Meister C. (2009). Camp package. Hamilton, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital.

Maich, K. (2009). ASD and assistive technology. Hamilton, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital.

Elson, P., Maich, K. DeTrinidad, A. (2008). Principals’ overview of ASD and ABA. Hamilton, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital.

Maich, K. (2008, Fall). ABLLS & IEP collaboration. ASD Connection 2(2).

Maich, K. (2008, Fall). Everything resource. ASD Connection, 2(2).

Maich, K., & Rahn, C. (2007, Fall). The Autism Spectrum Disorder School Support Program. Can-a-Gen Canadian Autism Genetics Newsletter, Offord Centre, McMaster University.

Maich, K. (2007, May). Everything resource. ASD Connection, 4(1).

Maich, K. (2007). McMaster Children’s Hospital, Hamilton Health Sciences, Autism Spectrum Disorder School Support Program website, http://www.hhsc.ca/asd-ssp

Maich, K. (2007, February). Adventures on the rock. ASD Connection, 3(1).

Maich, K. (2007). Easy to create visuals. Hamilton, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital.

Maich, K., & Lengyell, E., (2007). Peer awareness issues in young children. Hamilton, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital.

Traynor, S., Carstensen, C., Arscott, W., McDermid, J., & Maich, K. (2006). Peer awareness kits. Hamilton, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital.

Maich, K., Manuel, K., & Perron, D. (2006). ASD SSP public policy poster. Hamilton, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital.

Maich, K., Maguire, J., & Fowlow, S. (2006). Filling in today? Substitute teacher kit. Hamilton, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital.

Maich, K. (2006, November). Resources for peer awareness. ASD Connection, 2(1).

Maich, K. (2006, September). What is the ASD SSP? ASD Connection, 1(1).

Maich, K. (2006, September). New resources. ASD Connection, 1(1).

Berardi, C., Traynor, S., Maguire, J., Benic, D., & Maich, K. (2006). Home/school communication kit. Hamilton, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital.

Maich, K., (2006). Peer awareness issues and roles. Hamilton, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital.

Maich, K. (2005, February) Levels of awareness: An article review. Council of Special Services Newsletter.

Maich, K., & Maguire, J. (2005). Peer to peer mentoring model. Hamilton, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital.

Manuel, K., Traynor, S., & Maich, K. (2005). Easy transitions between activities and settings. Hamilton, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital.

Maich, K., & Lengyell, E. (2005). Social development milestones. Hamilton, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital.

Maich, K., & Lengyell, E. (2005). Play characteristics in ASD. Hamilton, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital.

Maich, K., & Vanderkooy, A. (2005). Evidence-based internet sites for ASD. Hamilton, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital.

Maich, K. (2004, November). An introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders. Council of Special Services Newsletter.

Maich, K. (2004, November). Contacts across Canada. Council of Special Services Newsletter.

Maich, K., & Kean, S. (2004, June). ISSP and Pathways: Special education models in Newfoundland and Labrador. Council of Special Services Newsletter.

Maich, K. (2004, June). Practical bibliotherapy for the classroom teacher. Council of Special Services Newsletter.

Selected Presentations (2010-present)

Featured Speaker and/or Day-Long Workshops
Maich, K., & Hayes, C. (2014, April). Using iBooks in a post-secondary classroom in the context of a flipped classroom. Special focus presentation for International Council for Exceptional Children, Philadelphia, PA.

Maich, K., & Hayes, C. (2014, April). An iPad-infused classroom: Research-based outcomes of iPad use in two inclusive, inner-city classrooms. Special focus presentation for International Council for Exceptional Children, Philadelphia, PA.

Maich, K. (2014, April). Expert Advisory Panel for World Autism Awareness Day, Brock University, St. Catharines, ON.

Maich, K., Somma, M., Hayes, C., & Perron, D. (2014, February). We’re all different and we’re all the same. Peer awareness and ASD: Simple strategies to support acceptance, inclusion, and belonging. Featured speaker for Brock University Teacher Education Program & Autism Speaks Community Services Grant, St. Catharines, ON.

Maich, K, & Hall, C. (2014, January). Apps to support students with autism and other disabilities. Featured speaker for Pre-Conference Training Institute 2 (Assistive Technology), Division on Autism & Developmental Disabilities, Clearwater, FL, USA.

Maich, K, & Hall, C. (2014, January). An iPad-infused classroom: Research-based outcomes of iPad use in two inclusive, inner-city classrooms. Featured speaker for Pre-Conference Training Institute, Division on Autism & Developmental Disabilities, Clearwater, FL, USA.

Maich, K., Somma, M., Hayes, C., & Perron, D. (2013, October). We’re all different and we’re all the same. Peer awareness and ASD: Simple strategies to support acceptance, inclusion, and belonging. Featured speaker for Brock University Teacher Education Program & Autism Speaks Community Services Grant, Hamilton, ON.

Maich, K., & Hall, C., (2013, April). Make your inclusive setting a place of belonging through TRACKS. Special focus presentation for International Council for Exceptional Children, San Antonio, TX, USA. http://www.cec.sped.org/Professional-Development/Annual-Convention/Sessions-and-Workshops/Special-Focus-Sessions

Maich, K. (2012, October). ABCs of ASD. Keynote address presented to the National Institute on Learning Disabilities: Fall Conference, Hamilton, ON. http://www.nildcanada.org/wp-content/uploads/Fall-Seminar-20125.pdf

Maich, K. (2012, April). Parenting children with unique social needs. Keynote address presented to the Association for Special Children Membership, Burlington, ON.

Maich, K., & Hall, C. (2012, April). The more we get together: A social skills program for inclusive full-day kindergarten classrooms for children with exceptionalities. Featured speaker for International Council for Exceptional Children, Denver, CO, USA.

Maich, K. (2012, September). Peer-mediated social skills development: Using peers to enhance the social skills of all students through a peer-mediated approach. Full day workshop presented to the Council of Special Services, Grand Falls-Windsor, NL.

Maich, K. (2012, September). Preschoolers, social skills, and ASD: Ten ways to build skills for life! Full day workshop presented to Central Health Rehabilitation Services, Grand Falls-Windsor, NL

Balcom, A., Konrad, M., Hall, C., & Maich, K. (2012, October). Stay, play, and talk. Workshop presented at Thames Valley Children’s Centre’s Autism Speaks Community Grant Training, London, ON.

 

Maich, K., & Sider, S. (2010, April). Toward inclusive classes: The foundations of process, planning, and Programming (Parts I & II). Lecture presented at the Ontario Christian Schools Teachers’ Association Professional Development Day, Strathroy, ON.

Maich, K. (2010, April). Toward inclusive classes: The foundations of process, planning, and Programming (Parts I & II). Lecture presented at the Ontario Christian Schools Teachers’ Association Professional Development Day, Toronto, ON.

Maich, K., (2010, April). Toward inclusive classes: The foundations of process, planning, and Programming (Parts I & II). Lecture presented at the Ontario Christian Schools Teachers’ Association Professional Development Day, Kingston, ON.

Sider, S., & Maich, K., (2010, March). Toward inclusive classes: The foundations of process, planning, and Programming (Parts I & II). Lecture presented at the Ontario Christian Schools Teachers’ Association Professional Development Day, Hamilton, ON.

Other Peer-Reviewed National/International Conference Presentations

Hall, C., & Maich, K. (2014, May). Decreasing transition latency using iPad activity schedules for students with ASD. Paper presentation for Association for Behavior Analysis International, Chicago, IL, USA.

Maich, K. & Van Rhijn, T. (2014, January) Stay, Play, & Talk: A Peer-Mediated Social Skills Program for Preschool-Aged Children & Their Peers. Lecture presented to The Early Years Conference 2014, Shaping Childhood: Factors that Matter, Vancouver, BC.

Maich, K., & Balcom, A. (2012, April). Stay, play, and talk. Workshop for The Upper Peninsula Early Childhood Conference, Escanaba, MI, USA.

Maich, K., & Balcom, A. (2012, April). Stay, play, and talk. Workshop for The Upper Peninsula Early Childhood Conference, Escanaba, MI, USA.

Maich, K. & Davis, D. (2013, January). Stay, play, and talk: A peer-mediated social skills program for preschool-aged students with social challenges and their peers. Lecture presentation for Division on Autism & Developmental Disabilities, Kona, HI, USA.

Hall, C., & Maich, K. (2012, May). Teaching social skills in childcare centres to preschoolers with ASD using peers. Poster presentation for Association for Behavior Analysis International, Seattle, WA, USA.

Hall, C., & Maich, K. (2012, May). Peer-mediated social skills training in a city-wide, inclusive summer camp. Poster presentation for Association for Behavior Analysis International, Seattle, WA, USA.

Maich, K., & Belcher, C. (2012, April). Using picture books to create peer awareness about ASD. Poster presentation for International Council for Exceptional Children, Denver, CO, USA.

Maich, K., & Hall, C. (2011, September). The more we get together: A social skills program for inclusive full-day kindergarten classrooms for children with exceptionalities. Council for Children with Behavior Disorders, New Orleans, LA, USA.

Provincial

Maich, K. (2014, May). An iPad-infused classroom: Research-based outcomes of iPad use in two inclusive, inner-city classrooms. Presentation for International Community of Christians in Teacher Education 2014 Conference, Hamilton.

Maich, K., Hall, C, & van Rhijn, T. (2014, May). An iPad-infused classroom: Research-based outcomes of iPad use in two inclusive, inner-city classrooms. Poster presentation for Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education Annual Conference, St. Catharines.

Maich, K., Kislinsky, P., & Polozzi, P. (2014, May). An iPad-infused classroom: Research-based outcomes of iPad use in two inclusive, inner-city classrooms. Presentation for Connect 2014: Canada’s Learning & Technology Conference, Niagara Falls, ON.

Prosser, J., Hall, C., & Maich, K. (2013, November). Make your summer camp a place of belonging through Camps on TRACKS (Phase II). Poster presentation for Ontario Association of Developmental Disabilities Special Interest Group’s 22 Annual Research Day, Kingston, ON.

Hall, C., & Maich, K. (2013, November). iPad apps for students with ASD. Workshop for Ontario Council for Exceptional Children, Niagara Falls, ON.

Maich, K., & Hall, C. An iPad-infused classroom: Research-based outcomes of iPad use in two inclusive, inner-city classrooms. Poster presentation for Ontario Council for Exceptional Children, Niagara Falls, ON.

Maich, K., Hall, C. (2013, November). Make your summer camp a place of belonging through Camps on TRACKS. Poster presentation for Ontario Association of Children’s Rehabilitation Services: Charting the Course Conference 2013, Toronto, ON.

Maich, K., & Hall, C. (2013, November). An iPad-infused classroom: Research-based outcomes of iPad use in two inclusive, inner-city classrooms. Poster presentation for Ontario Association of Children’s Rehabilitation Services: Charting the Course Conference 2013, Toronto, ON.

Maich, K. (2013, October). Assistive technology tools to support literacy learning for all learners in the inclusive classroom. Workshop presented to the Edifide Annual Convention: Re-Imaging Education, Hamilton, ON.

Maich, K. (2013, October). Picture this! Using visual strategies to support the day-to-day needs of students with exceptionalities. Workshop presented to the Edifide Annual Convention: Re-Imaging Education, Hamilton, ON.

Maich, K. (2013, October). Why do they do what they do? The basics of behaviour. Workshop presented to the Edifide Annual Convention: Re-Imaging Education, Hamilton, ON.

Hall, C., & Maich, K. (2013, May). Apps to support students with autism and other disabilities. Workshop for Association for Special Education Technology, Niagara Falls, ON.

Maich, K., Machado, F., Quinlan, L., & Hall, C. (2012, December). Camps on TRACKS: A peer-mediated social skills program for inclusive summer camps. Lecture for Ontario Council for Exceptional Children, Niagara Falls, ON.

Belcher, C., Maich, K., & Hayes, C. (2012, December). ASD and popular media: Windows and reflections of societal views. Lecture for Ontario Council for Exceptional Children, Niagara Falls, ON.

Maich, K., & Hall, C. (2012, December). A Bushel or a Peck? Early Childhood Educator Students, Kindergarten and Perceived Preparedness for School-Based Special Education. Poster presentation for Ontario Council for Exceptional Children, Niagara Falls, ON.

Knights-Thomson, J., Hall, C., Quinlan, L., Maich, K., Prosser, J., Machado, F., & Corbett, K. (2012, November). Stay, Play, & Talk: A peer-mediated social skills program for preschool-aged students with social challenges and their peers. Poster presentation for the Ontario Association for Applied Behaviour Analysis.

Maich, K., & Konrad, M. (2012, November). Stay, Play, & Talk: A peer-mediated social skills program for preschool-aged students with social challenges and their peers. Lecture presented to Ontario Association of Children’s Rehabilitation Services, Toronto, ON.

Maich, K. (2012, October). Stay, Play, & Talk: A peer-mediated social skills program for preschool-aged students with social challenges and their peers. Poster presented to Geneva Centre’s Annual Symposium, Toronto, ON.

Maich, K. (2012, June). ABCs of ASD. Workshop presented to the We Live, Love, and Learn for our Children Conference, Six Nations, ON.

Maich, K. (2012, April). EBSCO: An essential resource tool. Workshop presented to ETFO’s Innovate Conference 2012, Niagara Falls, ON.

Maich, K., & Hall, C. (2011, December). The more we get together: A social skills program for inclusive full-day kindergarten classrooms for children with exceptionalities. Lecture presented to Ontario Council for Exceptional Children, Toronto, ON.

Hall, C., Maich, K., & Quinlan, L. (2011, November). Teaching social skills in a city-wide inclusive summer camp. Lecture presented to Ontario Association for Applied Behaviour Analysis, Toronto, ON.

Maich, K., (2011, April). Parent social networking session. Workshop presented to A Cord of Three Strands Special Education Conference, Hamilton, ON.

Belcher, C., & Maich, K. (2011, April). Tell me a story: Ten ASD considerations. Lecture presented to A Cord of Three Strands Special Education Conference, Hamilton, ON.

Maich, K. & Van Egmond, D. (2009, October). EHE special education, IEPs Part II. Lecture presented at the Ontario Alliance of Christian Schools Annual Conference, Hamilton, ON.

Maich, K. & Van Egmond, D. (2009, October). EHE special education, IEPs Part I. Lecture presented at the Ontario Alliance of Christian Schools Annual Conference, Hamilton, ON.

Arscott, W., & Maich, K. (2010, May). Teaching play to children with autism. Lecture presented at the Association of Early Childhood Educators Ontario Annual Conference: Transformational Leadership, Hamilton, ON.

Arscott, W., & Maich, K. (2010, May). Structuring daycare settings to support learners with an ASD. Lecture presented at the Association of Early Childhood Educators Ontario Annual Conference: Transformational Leadership, Hamilton, ON.

Maich, K. (2010, April). Visuals make-and-take. Workshop presented at the Redeemer University College Crooked Lines ASD Conference, Ancaster, ON.

Maich, K. (2010, April). Introduction to visuals. Lecture presented at the Redeemer University College Crooked Lines ASD Conference, Ancaster, ON.

Maich, K. (2010, April). Introduction to ASD. Lecture presented at the Redeemer University College Crooked Lines ASD Conference, Ancaster, ON.

Belcher, C., & Maich, K. (2010, April). Finding the “me” in ASD. Poster presented at the Redeemer University College Crooked Lines ASD Conference, Ancaster, ON.

Maich, K. (2010, January). Introduction to literacy-based software. Lecture presented at the Learn, Grow and Help Build the Foundation Together … Literacy and ASD Conference, Frontier College, Hamilton, ON.

Maich, K. (2010, January). Introduction to visuals. Lecture presented at the Learn, Grow and Help Build the Foundation Together … Literacy and ASD Conference, Frontier College, Hamilton, ON.

Invited Talks

Maich, K. (2014, April). Stay, play, and talk. Workshop presented to the Early Education Conference, Association of Christian Schools International: Eastern Canada Region, Toronto, ON.

Maich, K. (2014, April). iPads facts and apps. Workshop presented to the Early Education Conference, Association of Christian Schools International: Eastern Canada Region, Toronto, ON.

Maich, K. (2014, March). Behaviour strategies in inclusive classrooms: Why do they do what they do? Workshop presented to the Education 301-303, Redeemer University College BEd Program, Hamilton, ON.

Maich, K. (2014, February). An iPad-infused classroom: Research-based outcomes of iPad use in two inclusive, inner-city classrooms. Poster presentation for Brock-DSBN Educational Technology Hub Grand Opening, Brock University, St. Catharines, ON.

Maich, K. (2014, February). An iPad-infused classroom: Research-based outcomes of iPad use in two inclusive, inner-city classrooms. Poster presentation for Research Celebration, Brock University, St. Catharines, ON.

Maich, K. (2013, November). Why do they do what they do? Workshop presented to the Education 301-303, Redeemer University College BEd Program, Hamilton, ON.

Maich, K., (2013, November). ABCs of ASD. Presented to Children’s Education & Development, Laurier University, Brantford, ON.

Maich, K., & Bennett, S. (2013, May). Brock University’s faculty of teacher education and the plan / act / assess framework. Talk presented to Regional Special Education Committee, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON.

Maich, K. (2013, May). Looking back on developmental theories. Workshop presented to Tyndale’s 2013 Bachelor of Education Class, Toronto, ON.

Hall, C., Maich, K., Balcom, A., & Konrad, M., (2013, May). Stay, play, and talk. Faculty workshop presented at Fanshawe College, London, ON.

Hall, C., & Maich, K. (2013, April). A Bushel or a Peck? Early Childhood Educator Students, Kindergarten and Perceived Preparedness for School-Based Special Education Faculty Research Innovation Day presented at Fanshawe College, London, ON.

Maich, K. (2013, April). Why do they do what they do? Presentation for the Association for Special Children, Guelph, ON.

Maich, K. (2013, April). Initiating creative programs: Liberating your creative imagination. Leadership in Education Panel, Redeemer University College, Ancaster, ON.

Maich, K. (2013, April). Why do they do what they do? Presentation for the Association for Special Children, Hamilton, ON.

Maich, K., (2013, March). ABCs of ASD. Presented to Children’s Education & Development, Laurier University, Brantford, ON.

Maich, K. (2013, March). ASD & IEPs. Workshop presented at the Philopateer ASD Training Series, Mississauga, ON.

Maich, K. (2013, February). A Bushel or a Peck? Early Childhood Educator Students, Kindergarten and Perceived Preparedness for School-Based Special Education. Poster presentation for Research Celebration, Brock University, St. Catharines, ON.

Maich, K., (2012, November). ABCs of ASD. Presented to Children’s Education & Development, Laurier University, Brantford, ON.

Maich, K. (2012, November). Visuals make-and-take. Workshop presented at the Philopateer ASD Training Series, Mississauga, ON.

Maich, K. (2012, November). Using visuals for students with ASD. Workshop presented at the Philopateer ASD Training Series, Mississauga, ON.

Maich, K. (2012, November). Finding funding for adult housing: One family’s experience with success. Lecture presented at the Housing Forum of the Mainstream Vocational and Rehabilitational Services, Niagara, ON.

Maich, K. (2012, October). The ABLLS. Lecture presented to Redeemer University College, Ancaster, ON.

Maich, K. (2012, September). The ABLLS as a classroom assessment tool. Workshop presented to staff member of Prince Charles School, GEDSB, Brantford, ON.

Maich, K., (2012, May). From student to teacher to resource teacher to student. Presented to the Special Education Part I AQ, Redeemer University College, Hamilton, ON.

Maich, K., (2012, February). One pathway of a resource teacher. Presented to the Special Education Part I AQ, Redeemer University College, Hamilton, ON.

Maich, K. (2012, May). Looking back on developmental theories. Workshop presented to Tyndale’s 2012 Bachelor of Education Class, Toronto, ON.

Maich, K. (2012, May). Karen Hume. Keynote introduction for ETFO’s Innovate Conference 2012, Niagara Falls, ON.

Maich, K. (2012, May). Avoiding plagiarism in an online course. Workshop presented to ETFO’s Innovate Conference 2012, Niagara Falls, ON.

Hall, C., & Maich, K. (2012, February). Stay, play, and talk: Train-the-trainer. Workshop presented to Thames Valley Children’s Centre, All Kids Belong, and Fanshawe College, London, ON.

Maich, K. (2012, February). An introduction to special education for the pre-service teacher. Workshop presented to the Education 301-303, Redeemer University College BEd Program, Hamilton, ON.

Maich, K., (2012, February). The many sides of ASD: Professional … researcher … parent? Lecture presented to the Special Education Part I AQ, Redeemer University College, Hamilton, ON.

Maich, K., (2012, January). ABCs of ASD. Lecture presented to Children’s Education & Development, Laurier University, Brantford, ON.

Hall, C., & Maich, K. (2012, January). Stay, play, and talk: Train-the-trainer. Workshop presented to Thames Valley Children’s Centre, All Kids Belong, and Fanshawe College, London, ON.

Hall, C., & Maich, K., & (2011, December). Functions of behaviour. Workshop presented to the Assistance for Special Children Annual Conference, Hamilton, ON.

Hall, C., & Maich, K., & (2011, December). An introduction to peer mediated social skills and more. Workshop presented to the Assistance for Special Children Annual Conference, Hamilton, ON.

Hall, C., & Maich, K. (2011, November). The ABLLS. Workshop presented to the Assessment Series, Redeemer University College, Hamilton, ON.

Hall, C., & Maich, K. (2011, November). Social skills assessments. Workshop presented to the Assessment Series, Redeemer University College, Hamilton, ON.

Maich, K. (2011, November). Visuals for all. Workshop presented to the Guido de Bres Special Education Team, Hamilton, ON.

Hall, C., & Maich, K. (2011, June). The more we get together: Outcomes and future plans. Research results presented to Cronyn Childcare Centre, London, ON.

Maich, K. (2011, June). My pathway: From student to teacher to resource teacher. Lecture presented to Special Education Part I AQ, Hamilton, ON.

Maich, K. (2011, April). Effective use of proactive strategies in ASD. Workshop presented to Little Peoples Day Care, Hamilton, ON.

Maich, K., & Lengyell, E. (2011, February). Effective use of proactive strategies in ASD. Workshop presented to Parenting Children with ASD Series: Advanced, Hamilton, ON.

Maich, K. (2011, January). IEPs & ASD. Workshop presented to Parenting Children with ASD Series: Advanced, Hamilton, ON.

Arscott, W., & Maich, K. (2010, October). Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders at school. Lecture presented to Education for Students with Special Needs: EA Series Fall 2010, Hamilton, ON.

Maich, K. & Van Egmond, D. (2010, October). Understanding IEPs and SMART goals. Lecture presented to Education for Students with Special Needs: EA Series Fall 2010, Hamilton, ON.

Maich, K. (2010, October). The experience of one parent: Growing up with ASD. Lecture presented to Early Childhood Education, London, ON.

Maich, K., & Lengyell, E. (2010, July). Introduction to ASD. Lecture presented to Education 410, Redeemer University College BEd Bridging Program, Ancaster, ON.

Lengyell, E., & Maich, K., (2010, June). Are you ready? Camps advanced training. Workshop presented at the Ontario Kamp Chiefswood Training Week, Brantford, ON.

Maich, K. (2010, April). Everyone is the same and everyone is different. Workshop presented to Mary Hopkins School, Waterdown, ON.

Bethune, J., & Maich, K. (2010, January). Navigating the Ontario special education system. Lecture presented at the Redeemer University College Parenting Children with ASD Series, Hamilton, ON.

Maich, K. (2010, January). Introduction to Visuals. Lecture presented at the Redeemer University College Parenting Children with ASD Series, Hamilton, ON.

Maich, K. (2010, January). Visuals Make-and-Take. Workshop presented at the Redeemer University College Parenting Children with ASD Series, Hamilton, ON.
 

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Dr. Kimberly Maich
Faculty of Education

Brock University
St. Catharines, On.

WH 69
T 905 688 5550 x4716
E kmaich@brocku.ca

Events

EETL conference
October 3, 2014 - 8:00am - 12:30pm