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Julia M. White

Julia M. White

Assistant Professor
Teaching & Curriculum

LeChase Hall 470
Office Phone: (585) 273-5090
Fax: 486-1159
jwhite@warner.rochester.edu

Education:

PhD, Syracuse University (special education)
CAS, Syracuse University (disability studies)
MA, The George Washington University (special education for adolescents with serious emotional disturbance)
BA, The Catholic University of America (English)

Julia White, who joined the Warner School faculty in 2009, directs the inclusive education program. Previously, she taught English in general education settings and a variety of special education settings in South Carolina and Washington, D.C.

White’s research is grounded in social justice for communities and individuals that are typically stigmatized and segregated. Her research interests include inclusive education teacher preparation and practice, educational policy, and the cultural representations of disability. The recipient of a Fulbright Teacher Exchange grant and later a Fulbright fellowship in the Slovak Republic, she studied schooling and inclusion as a human right, specifically as it pertains to children from Romani communities.

 

 


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Courses

EDF417D Field Experiences in Inclusive Secondary School Settings (generalist)
EDF419D Student Teaching in Inclusive Secondary School Settings A (generalist)
EDE445 Teaching Students with Significant Disabilities
EDF445 Field Experiences with Students with Significant Disabilities
EDF446 Inclusion Adolescence Student Teaching Seminar A
ED447 Disability and Schools
EDF447 Inclusion Adolescence Student Teaching Seminar B
ED451 Teaching and Learning in Inclusive Classrooms
ED452A Instructional Strategies for Inclusive Classrooms A
ED452B Instructional Strategies for Inclusive Classrooms B
ED452C Instructional Strategies for Inclusive Classrooms C
ED456 Leadership and Special Education