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Marianne Blanda, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Education



Union Institute and University, Ph.D. Educational Leadership; Curriculum and Instruction

State University of New York at Brockport, Ed.M.

Nazareth College, B.S. Social Sciences

New York State Teaching Certifications:

  • Elementary Education, N - 6
  • Special Education, N-12
  • School Administrator/Supervisor


Associate Professor, Roberts Wesleyan College, Department of Teacher Education, Special
Education; 2006-Present

Assistant Professor, St. John Fisher College, Schoolof Education, Special Education; 2005–2006

Adjunct Professor, Roberts Wesleyan College, Division of Teacher Education; 2004-2005

Assistant Principal Webster Central School District; 11/02–9/2004

Teacher On Special Assignment: Educational Resource & Acting CASE for  Coordinating Administrator of Special Education, Rochester City School District, Wilson Magnet High School; 2000–2003

Special Educator, Rochester City School District; 1994–2000

Consultant Teacher, Rochester City School District and Penfield Central School District 1993–1994

Special Educator, Resource Room, Hillside Children’s Center; 1980–1981; 1984-1985

Courses Taught

EDU 302 01 OPE - OPE: Principles of Education

EDU 302 01 LEC - Principles of Education

EDU 323 01 LEC - Elementary Inclusive Math Methods (Special Education Consultant)

EDU 324 E1 LEC - Elementary Inclusive Science Methods (Special Education Consultant)

EDU 330 01 LEC - Classroom Behavior Management

EDU 330 02 LEC - Classroom Behavior Management (Special Education Consultant)

EDU 333 01 LEC - Strategies for Inclusive Teaching

EDU 340 02 LEC - Family Systems for Inclusive Education

EDU 370 01 OPE - OPE: Middle School Theory & Practice

EDU 370 01 LEC - Middle School Theory and Practice

EDUC 5223 01 LEC-Differentiated Planning and Teaching Strategies

SPED 5701 E1 LEC - Assessing Students with Special Needs

SPED 5702 E1 LEC - Psychology of Applied Behavior

SPED 5703 01 DIR - DS: Introduction to Collaboration & Individual Educational Planning

SPED 5704/Lecture/E1-Curriculum Design & Models of Instruction

SPED 7710/Practicum/01 - Student Teaching