Audrey Bartholomew

Audrey Bartholomew is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Education Department.  She teaches special education courses, both face to face and online, on introduction to special education, Autism, differentiation, and data-based decision making. Audrey's research interests include scholarship of her own teaching and learning, and how to include students with disabilities in general education through meaningful instruction.  Audrey has conducted extensive training in Maine and other states on writing effective and compliant transition plans and she volunteers her time as an educational surrogate for the Maine Department of Education.

Education

M.Ed.

Lehigh University

Ph.D.

University of North Carolina Charlotte

B.S.

University of Maryland

Expertise

Secondary transition for students with disabilities

inclusive practices and schools

positive behavior support

effective online teaching practices

scholarship of teaching and learning

Research

Current Research

Alignment between academic skills and secondary transition skills for students with disabilities, effective teacher preparation practices

Selected Publications

2017

Bartholomew, A. & Griffin, N. (2017).  Using a Universal Design for Learning checklist to teach secondary transition skills. Manuscript under review in Career Development and Transition for Exceptional Individuals

2015

Bartholomew, A., Papay, C., McConnell, A., & Cease-Cook, J. (2015).  Embedding secondary transition in the Common Core State Standards. Teaching Exceptional Children, 47(6), 329-335.

Bartholomew, A., Test, D. W., Cooke, N. L., & Cease-Cook, J. J. (2015).  Effects of teaching self-determination skills using the Common Core State Standards. Education and Training in Autism and Developmental Disabilities, 50, 433-454.

Haber, M. G., Mazzotti, V. L., Mustian, A. L., Rowe, D. A., Bartholomew, A. L., Test, D. W., Fowler, C. H. (2015). What works, when, for whom, and with whom: A meta-analytic review of predictors of postsecondary success for students with disabilities. Review of Educational Research, 86, 123-162.

Test, D. W., Bartholomew, A., Bethune, L. (2015).  What high school administrators need to know about secondary transition evidenced-based practices and predictors for students with disabilities. NASSP Bulletin, 99, 254-273.

Bartholomew, A., Papay, C., McConnell, A., & Cease-Cook, J. (2015). Embedding secondary transition in the Common Core State Standards. Teaching Exceptional Children, 47(6), 329-335.

Bartholomew, A. (2015). Speaking personally-With Sean Joseph Smith. American Journal of Distance Education, 29, 67-72.

2014

Clark, L. & Bartholomew, A. (2014). Digging beneath the surface: Analyzing the complexity of instructors’ participation in asynchronous discussion.  Online Learning: Official Journal of the Online Learning Consortium, 18, 1-22.

Fowler, C. H., Test, D. W., Cease-Cook, J., Toms, O., Bartholomew, A., & Scroggins, L. (2014). Policy implications of high school reform on college and career readiness of youth with disabilities. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 25, 19-29.

Test, D. W., Cook-Cease, J., Bartholomew, A., & Scroggins, L. (2014). How do we support life skills and transition instruction. In J. McLeskey, N. Waldron, F. Spooner, & B. Algozzine (Eds.), Handbook of research and practice for effective and inclusive schools. New York, Routledge.

2013

Carter, E., Brock, M., Bottema, K., Bartholomew, A., Boehm, T., & Cease-Cook, J. J. (2013). Methodological trends in secondary education and transition research: Looking backward and moving forward. Career Development and Transition for Exceptional Individuals, 36, 15-24.

Kelley, K. R., Bartholomew, A., & Test, D. W. (2013). Effects of the Self-Directed IEP delivered using computer-assisted instruction on students’ participation in education planning meetings. Remedial and Special Education, 34, 67-77.

2011

Walker, A. R., & Bartholomew, A. L. (2011). Student development: Employment skills. In D. W. Test (Eds.). Proven instructional strategies for transition from school to community. Baltimore: Brookes Publishing.

O’Dell, S. M., Vilardo, B. A., Kern, L., Kokina, A., Ash, A. N., Seymour, K. J…Thomas, L. B. (2011). JPBI ten years later: Trends in research studies. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 13, 78-86.

Audrey Bartholomew

Audrey Bartholomew

,

Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Department Chair

Biddeford Campus

Decary Hall
139

abartholomew1@une.edu

(207) 602-2685

On Campus