Ernest Alexander McNeill, Professor, Middle Grades, Secondary and Special Subjects; BA Political Science (Morehouse College, 1965); M.Ed. Special Education, Children and Youth with Emotional Disturbances (Boston University, 1972); Ed.D. Special Education (University of Massachusetts-Amherst 1976); Post-Doctoral Study Educational Leadership and Special Education (UNC Chapel Hill, 1992-94). Dr. McNeill began teaching at Fayetteville State University in 1979. He serves as a professor and as coordinator of special education programs. His areas of emphasis include special education administration, assessment, behavioral and emotional disorders, alternative education and research synthesis.
"Special needs students and the Desegregation Pupil Assignment Process: Plan for Administrative Relief", Federal District Court of Boston, Boston, MA, 1977.
Learning How To Teach: Conceptual Views Which Facilitate Thinking and Learning About Teaching", The Excelsiograph, School of Education, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, NC, 1992.
Authentic Motivation for Today's General and Special Education Settings. With V. Dickens in Exploring New Horizons, Virginia Council of Learning Disabilities Special Publication of the 10th Annual Spring Conference, March 1996.
SPED 320 Education of Exceptional Children
SPED 370 Curriculum Development, Methods and Materials in Special Education.
SPED 460 Diagnosis and Assessment for Exceptional Children
EDUC 310 Foundations of Education
SPED 537 Introduction to the Education of Emotionally Disturbed Children
SPED 535 Psychology of Mental Retardation
SPED 647 Educational Evaluation of Exceptional Children
SPED 638 Teaching the Emotionally Disturbed Child
SPED 640 Master's Internship in Special Education