Dr. Kimberly Maich
B.A., Guelph, BC.Ed., Redeemer, PDP/PBD, Simon Fraser,
M.Ed., Memorial, MADS, Ph.D., Brock
Faculty of Education
G.A. Hickman Building
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John's, NL, Canada A1B 3X8
Tel: (709) 864-4793
I have studied, taught, and lived from coast-to-coast in Canada from Vancouver, B.C., to St. Anthony, NL, and many places in-between. I have spent most of my early career as a resource teacher, supporting students with exceptionalities from Kindergarten to Grade 12, as well as being a clinical coordinator with McMaster Children’s Hospital’s ASD School Support Program (Hamilton, ON) and tenured Associate Professor at Brock University (Niagara, ON). I am a special education specialist, a certified teacher, an associate professor and Newfoundland and Labrador’s first board certified behaviour analyst.
Recently, I have taught, researched, and served undergraduates, graduate students, and professional educators at Brock University, Fanshawe College, Western University, Nipissing University, Redeemer University, as well as schools, community agencies, conferences and parent groups. I am pleased to be teaching, researching and providing service to Memorial’s Faculty of Education focused on the Bachelor of Special Education degree program.
I am an experienced teacher, researcher, speaker, trainer, supervisor and resource developer with a strong collaborative style focused on knowledge mobilization.
My primary interests lie in disabilities and special education, with a focus on autism spectrum disorders in inclusive school environments. I also research, present and publish in the areas of emotional/behavioural disorders, problem behaviour, applied behaviour analysis, assistive technology, inclusive school leadership and the early years.
One of my greatest joys in the professorship role is mentoring graduate students in research, writing, presentations and publications, and I provide my graduate students with many opportunities to research, write, present and publish.
I am accepting new graduate students as of September 2017 (not in the Counselling Psychology M.Ed.).
Personal website: https://mun.academia.edu/KimberlyMaich
Some recent articles include:
Sider, S.; Maich, K.; Morvan, J. (2017). School principals and students with special education needs: Leading inclusive schools. Canadian Journal of Education, 40(2).
Retrieved from https://cje-rce.ca/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2017/07/Regular-2417-Sider.Final_.June_.21.pdf
Maich, K. and Hall, C. (2016). Implementing iPads in the inclusive classroom setting. Intervention in School and Clinic [Special Issue: What Works for Me], 51(3), 145-150.
Maich, K.; Hall, C.; van Rhijn, T.; Quinlan, L. (2015). Developing social skills of summer campers with autism spectrum disorder: A case study of camps on TRACKS implementation in an inclusive day-camp setting. Exceptionality Education International, 25(2), 27-41. Retrieved from http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/eei/vol25/iss2/1
Hall, C.; Maich, K.; Hatt, A. (2014). Using an electronic scheduler to decrease latency in transition time for a 9-year-old girl with ASD. Research to Practice: Division of Autism and Developmental Disabilities Online Journal, 1(1), 91-102. Retrieved from http://daddcec.org/Portals/0/CEC/Autism_Disabilities/Research/Publications/DADD%20Online%20Journal%20V1%202014.pdf
Some recent books include:
Maich, K. and Hill, R. (In Press, 2017). Special Education Case Studies: 20 Cases for Ontario Classrooms. Don Mills, ON: Oxford University Press.
Maich, K., Levine, D., & Hall, C. (2016). Applied Behaviour Analysis: 50 Case Studies in Home, School, and Community Settings. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Science & Business Media. This book won the Exceptionality Education International Book Prize Award (2016)
Maich, K. and Hall, C. (2016). Autism Spectrum Disorders in the Ontario Context: An Introduction. Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press, Inc.
Maich, K. (2015). Early Learners in Preschools and Kindergartens: 50 Case Stories in Child Development, Inclusion, Collaboration and Special Needs. Toronto: Pearson Education. This book won the Exceptionality Education International Book Prize Award (2014)