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Special Education
MARCIA MONTAGUE
Clinical Assistant Professor
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Research Interests
Classroom Management
Equity in Access to Education
Family Engagement and Empowerment
Interventions for At-Risk, First-Generation, and Low-Income Adolescents and College Students
Interventions for Students with Low-Incidence Disabilities
Special Education Teacher Preparation and Professional Development
Transition to Post-Secondary Education
BIOGRAPHY
Marcia L. Montague is a Clinical Assistant Professor in Special Education at Texas A&M University. Her research interests surround equity in access for individuals with disabilities and at-risk youth. Dr. Montague engages in research and service activities centering on supporting the transition to postsecondary education for and the college retention of first-generation students and students with disabilities. Higher education teaching responsibilities have included numerous courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels for more than ten years.

Dr. Montague has nine years of special education classroom teaching experience where she taught students with a range of disabilities (including cognitive impairments, other health impairments, orthopedic impairments, traumatic brain injury, visual impairments, physical disabilities, multiple disabilities, and others). She engages in dedicated efforts to develop and maintain solid partnerships with surrounding school districts. This work has included leading efforts in mentoring, tutoring, developing and implementing academic and social skills camps, and providing professional development training. Outside of the school setting, Dr. Montague has worked with multiple Local Authorities on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (LIDDAs) in Texas. She has provided numerous trainings to disability service providers, emergency managers, mental health care providers, rehabilitation professionals, disaster case managers, aging and disability groups, and families.
COURSES TAUGHT
EDTC311. ADAPTIVE/ASSISTIVE TECH
2013C,2013A
EDTC311. Adaptive/assistive Tech
2009A,2008C,2008A
EDTC608. ONLINE COURSE DESIGN
2020A
EPFB210. FAMILY INVOLVE & EMPOWER
2020C,2020A,2019C,2019A,2018C
EPSY484. FIELD EXPERIENCES
2020C,2013B,2012C,2012A
EPSY679. RES ON TEACHER EFFECTIVE
2018B,2017B,2016B,2014C
INST210. UNDERSTAND SPECL POPUL
2018B,2018A,2017C,2017B
SEFB414. Meth And Iss Low Incid Disab
2009A,2008C,2008A,2007C,2007A,2012C
SEFB420. EDU EMPLOY ISS SECD SPED
2020C,2020A,2019C,2019A,2018C
SEFB471. Clsr Management And Beh Intrvntn
2006A,2005C
SPED414. METH & ISS LOW INCID DISAB
2017A,2016C,2016A,2015C,2014C
SPED442. STDNTS EMO DIS & BEH DIS
2017A
SPED601. ASSESSMNT SCHOOL SETTING
2020B,2019B
SPED621. OVERVIEW EXCEPTL STDENTS
2018A
SPED628. CONSULTATION IN SPED
2020B,2019B
SPED632. TRANS ED & SVCS IND DISABIL
2020C,2020B,2019C
SPED683. FIELD PRACTICUM
2020A,2019C


SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
Books and Monographs
Stough, L. M., & Montague, M. L. (2015). How teachers learn to be classroom managers. In E. Emmer (Ed), Handbook of classroom management: Research, practice, and contemporary issues. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum
Journal Articles
Montague, M. L., Lynch, P. S., Armstrong, T. W., & Castillo, L. G. (November, 2018). Reliability and validity of the self-advocacy scale. Special Education Research, Policy & Practice, 2(1), 77-87. https://issuu.com/hofstra/docs/2018_edition_special_education_rese?e=1304995/65357739
Sanchez Gonzalez, M. L., Castillo, L. G., Montague, M. L., & Lynch, P. S. (2018). Predictors of college enrollment among latinx high school students. Journal of Hispanic Higher Education, 1-12. doi:10.1177/1538192718765074
Stough, L. M., Montague, M. L, Landmark, L. M., & Williams-Diehm, K. L. (2015). Persistent classroom management training needs of experienced teachers. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 15(5), 36-48
Book Chapters
Montague, M. L. (2015). Management of student grouping. In Scarlett, W. G. (Ed.) The SAGE Encyclopedia of Classroom Management. Sage Publications
Stough, L. M. & Montague, M. L. (2015). Teacher education and classroom management. In Scarlett, W. G. (Ed.) The SAGE Encyclopedia of Classroom Management. Sage Publications.
Stough, L. M. & Montague, M. L. (2014). Genetic counseling. In Reynolds, C., Vannest, K., & Fletcher-Janzen, E. (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Special Education (4th ed.). Hoboken, N.J.: John Wiley & Sons

RESEARCH PROJECTS
Bryan ISD Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP) Partnership Project
Co-PI (). US Department of Education (Federal)
2008-09-01 — 2015-08-15

LEADERSHIP POSITIONS
Director, Aggie Homework Helpline (2020 - Present)
https://education.tamu.edu/aggie-homework-helpline/
Co-Director, Heart of Texas GEAR UP (2020- Present)
https://gearup.tamu.edu/
Chair, Special Education Master's Program (2017 - Present)
https://epsy.tamu.edu/academics/special-education-online-masters/