Raymond N. Leblanc


Raymond N. Leblanc
Interim Vice-Dean, Undergraduate Programs and Full Professor

Room: LMX 409
Office: 613-562-5800 ext. 6495
Work E-mail: rnleblan@uOttawa.ca

Raymond Leblanc


Dr. Raymond LeBlanc is a member of the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Studies. His teaching field is special education; socio-cultural approach and differential teaching. His research and scholarly activities are in Autism Spectrum Disorder, developmental disabilities, learning styles, language and communication, learning disabilities, qualitative methodologies, cultural psychology and quality of life. He is co-director of a collection in neuropsychology and special education that has published 26 books. Dr. Leblanc represented the Autism Spectrum Disorders' sector on the Minister's Advisory Council on Special Education for many years and served as a member of the Ministers' Autism Spectrum Disorders Reference Group in 2006 -2007.





Training of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders in Recreational and Aquatics Programs (2019)

Erin Kraft, Raymond Leblanc & Diane M. Culver

This article aims to minimize this lack of resources by suggesting hands-on teaching strategies for aquatic programs for children with ASD to enhance the swimmers' opportunities to participate in recreational aquatic activities.

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La qualité de vie (2017)

Raymond Leblanc

Cet article porte sur un des thèmes centraux de ses recherches, soit celui de la qualité de vie. Il s’agit plus précisément d’une analyse des conditions objectives et subjectives qui assurent une qualité de vie et une qualité de services.

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Fields of Interest

  • Inclusive education
  • Learning disability and autism spectrum disorders
  • Differentiated instruction
  • Responsible conduct of research and research integrity
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