Name: Dr. Wendy Gladstone-Brown
Title: Assistant Professor
Department of Teacher Education
Office Location: Dyson 351
Extension: (845) 575-3000 ext. 2617
Email: wendy.gladstone-brown@marist.edu
Degrees Held:

Ed.D. Executive Leadership, 2008 St. John Fisher College

C.A.S. Educational Administration, 1998, SUNY College at Brockport

M.S. Elementary Education, 1988, Nazareth College of Rochester

B.A. Drama, 1982, SUNY Potsdam

Certifications:

Elementary Education, N-6, NYS permanent certification

School District Administrator, NYS permanent certification

School Administrator/Supervisor, NYS permanent certification

Bio:

Wendy Gladstone-Brown  began her teaching career at Rush-Henrietta Central School District in Rush, New York. She worked as an Assistant Principal and Principal for the Webster Central School District where she earned her permanent certification as a School District Administrator and School Administrator and Supervisor. She joined the faculty of St. John Fisher College in 2004 and successfully defended her Doctorate in Executive Leadership in 2008 as a member of the program's first cohort. Dr. Gladstone-Brown received her BA in Drama from Potsdam State, MS in Elementary Education at Nazareth College of Rochester, and CAS in Educational Administration at SUNY Brockport. Her research interests include: Co-teaching in Inclusive Classrooms, Collaboration and Co-Teaching in Higher Education, Professional Development Schools, Arts in Education and Multi-Age Grouping. 

Awards & Honors:

2011 Recipient of the Lou Buttino Faculty Staff Award, Teddi Dance For Love
July, 2003 “Oxford Roundtable on the Superintendency and the Principalship”. Oxford, England.
Who’s Who among America’s Teachers, 2000
Educator of Excellence, New York State English Council, May, 1999

Publications:

(2012, November) with Ikpeze, C., Broikou, K., & Hildenbrand, S. PDS Collaboration as Third Space: An analysis of the quality of learning experiences in a PDS partnership.  Studying Teacher Education, 8(3)275-278.

(2009, Fall) with Cianca, M., & Wischnowski, M. Practices that work for students with special needs: Building parent partnerships at the pre-service level.  SAANYS Journal, 38(3)17-20.

(2009, March) with Brown, C., Cianca, M., Wischnowski, M., &Yingling, J. Planting the seeds of partnership.  Exceptional Parent, 39(3)28-29.

Affiliations:

ASCD

Phi Delta Kappa

NAEYC

CEC

Presentations:

Gladstone-Brown, W. (2013, April 6). National Council for Exceptional Children. Duets in the Limelight: Staging Co-Teaching for Teacher Candidates, San Antonio, TX.

Gladstone-Brown, W. (2011, October 21). NYS Council for Exceptional Children. In The Limelight: The Staging of Co-Teaching for Teacher Candidates, Verona, NY.

Gladstone-Brown, W, (2011, July 26). Good First Teaching.  Session presented at the Rochester Leadership Academy Summer Institute, Rochester, NY.

Ikpeze, C., Broikou, K., Christman, S., Gladstone-Brown, W. (2011, April 9). Learning Our Way Through:  Collaborative Self-Study in an Evolving PDS Partnership, 2011 AERA Annual Meeting. New Orleans.

Gladstone-Brown, W., Arndt, K., Rostetter, D., Schultz, S (2010, October 21). What’s In a Name? The Creation and Evolution of an Inclusive Education Department. Session presented at the NYSATE/NYACTE Conference, Saratoga Springs, NY.

Gladstone-Brown, W., Shultz, S., Steflik, A. (2010, October 21). Raising the Success Rate of Foreign Language Learners with Special Needs.  Session presented at the NYSATE/NYACTE Conference, Saratoga Springs, NY.

Gladstone-Brown, W., Shultz, S., Steflik, A. (2010, October 9). Raising the Success Rate of Foreign Language Learners with Special Needs.  Session presented at the NYS Council for Exceptional Children, Saratoga Springs, NY.

Gladstone-Brown, W., Cianca, M., Brown, C., Wischnowski, M. (2009, April). National Council for Exceptional Children. Collaboration for Inclusion, Seattle, Washington.

Gladstone-Brown, W., Cianca, M., Brown, C., Wischnowski, M. (2008, November). NYS Council for Exceptional Children. Collaboration for Inclusion, Verona, New York.

Gladstone-Brown, W., Arndt, K., Cianca, M., Hildenbrand, S., Kelly D., Wischnowski, M. (2008, October). St. John Fisher College and LDA Life and Learning Services Co-Teaching In Our Schools, Pittsford, New York.

Gladstone-Brown, W., VanErp, L.  (1997 March).  Third Annual Multi-Age Conference Bringing Rhythm and Rhyme into Your Literacy Program, Rochester, New York.

Gladstone-Brown, W., VanErp, L. (1996 April).  Second Annual Multi-Age Conference.  Using Themes in a Multi-Age Classroom, Rochester, New York.

Gladstone-Brown, W., VanErp, L. (1995 May).  Rush-Henrietta Central School District Teacher Center Presentations.  What is Multi-Age Education, Rochester, New York

Gladstone-Brown, W.,VanErp, L.(1995 May).  Rush-Henrietta Central School District Teacher Center Presentations. Assessment and Comparison Of  Multi-Age and Traditional Classes, Rochester, New York

Gladstone-Brown, W.,VanErp, L.(1995 May).  Rush-Henrietta Central School District Teacher Center Presentations.  Curriculum Organization and Implementation, Rochester, New York