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Lynne Shea

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Dean of the School of Liberal Studies and the Arts

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Biography

Lynne Shea has served in many capacities at Landmark College, having chaired the English and Humanities departments, directed Landmark's Institute of Research and Training, chaired the Faculty Senate, and served as a full professor in the English Department. 

Education

M.A., English, Middlebury College

B.A., English Literature and Education, Dartmouth College
 

Publications

Shea, L., Hecker, L., and Lalor, A. (2019) From Disability to Diversity: College Success for Students with Learning Disabilities, ADHD, and Autism Spectrum Disorder (National Resource Center).

Shea, L., Series Ed. (2003). The Landmark College Guides to Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities, Landmark College.

Shea, L. and Strothman, S.W, Eds. (2003). Teaching in the Disciplines: Classroom Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities, Landmark College.

Shea, L. and Strothman, S.W. (2003). Understanding Learning Disabilities at the Postsecondary level. Landmark College.

Shea, L. (2003). Understanding legal issues and accommodations: suggestions for faculty. In Understanding Learning Disabilities at the Postsecondary level. L.C. Shea & S.W. Strothman, Eds., Landmark College.

Shea, L. (1998) Gender issues and comorbidity: Considerations for service providers. In Rethinking AD/HD P.Q. Quinn & A. McCormick, Eds. Advantage Books, Bethesda, MD.

Gander, M. and Shea, L. (1998). Rethinking the writing classroom: Meeting the needs of diverse learners. In Developmental Education: Meeting diverse student needs. P.L. Dwinell & J. Higbee, Eds. National Association of Developmental Education, Morrow GA.

Presentations

Select Presentations: Beyond Accommodations: A Phenomenological Model for Learner Diversity in the 21st Century Composition Classroom (April 28, 2014). Paper. College English Association National Conference, Baltimore, MD.

In Their Own Voices: Self-Reflection on the Composition Process of College Students with Asperger’s or High Functioning ASD (March, 2013). College Conference on Composition and Communication, co-presenter. Las Vegas, NV

Neurodiversity and the Composition Classroom (November, 2011). Teaching English at the Two Year College Conference, co-presenter. Portland, ME

Learning Differences in the New Age: What Writing teachers need to know (November, 2010) Teaching English at the Two Year College Conference, co-presenter. Washington, D.C.

Addressing attention deficit disorder (ADD) and executive function challenges in the first-year program, (January, 2009). National Conference on the First Year Conference, National Resource Center for the First Year Experience and Students in Transition. Invited pre-conference workshop, co-presenter. Orlando, FL.

Executive function and the first year transition (2008, June). International Conference on the First Year Experience, National Resource Center for the First Year Experience and Students in Transition, co-presenter. Dublin, Ireland.

Transition for students with AD/HD: Challenges and opportunities, (2006, June) 18th Annual Postsecondary Disability Training Institute Conference, co-presenter. Burlington, VT.

Academic Interests

Executive Functioning and ADHD

ASD and Writing

The Transition to College and First-Year Curriculum​

Women and ADHD

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