David R. Meek

Field Experience Supervisor and Instructor
Office: Communication Building, Room 102
VideoPhone: 409-242-6521
Email: dmeek1@lamar.edu 

Education

  • M.A. in Mild Intervention, Ball State University, 2011
  • B.S. in Deaf Education, Ball State University, 2002

Courses Taught

  • American Sign Language I
  • Advanced Practicum

Research Interests

  • Dinner Dialogue Discourse with Deaf Children
  • Deaf with Autism

Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications

  • Musyoka, M. M., Gentry, M. A., & Meek, D. R. (in press). Perceptions of teachers’ preparedness to teach deaf and hard of hearing students with additional disabilities: A qualitative case study. Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities.

Recent Non Peer-Reviewed Publications

  • Wolsey, J. A., Pudans-Smith, K., and the Lamar University Cognition in Context (CnC) Team. (2016, March 7). Language production and perception: What every parent of a deaf child should know about language. ADVANCE for Speech and Hearing. 

Recent Presentations

  • Wolsey, J. A., MacGlaughlin, H. M., Meek, D. R. (2017, February). The importance of developing a strong and positive deaf identity in deaf children.  Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Association for College Educators-Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing (ACE-DHH), San Antonio, TX.

  • Meek, D. R., (2017, February). Limited resources for deaf students with autism. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Association for College Educators-Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing (ACE-DHH), San Antonio, TX.

  • Meek, D. R., (2017, February). Dinner dialogues build language in deaf children. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EDHI), Atlanta, GA.

  • MacGlaughlin, H. M., Meek, D. R., Wolsey, J. A. (2017, February). Deaf identity in a nutshell.  Stage presentation at the annual meeting of the Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EDHI), Atlanta, GA.

Name of Research Lab (if applicable)

  • Member of the C'nC Research Lab

Biography 

David R. Meek is also second-year doctoral student in Deaf Studies and Deaf Education at Lamar University.  Prior to David’s doctoral work at Lamar, he received his Bachelor of Science in Deaf Education from Ball State University.  He also attended Ball State University for his Master of Arts in Mild Intervention.  David has twelve years of experience as a teacher in both Deaf Education and Special Education working with students with various degrees of disabilities.  He most recently taught at Indiana School for the Deaf working with students with additional disabilities. He enjoys traveling and spending his free time camping.