Faculty and Staff


Ann P. Monroe-Baillargeon
Professor Education
Alfred University Contact Info
Office Location: Myers Hall 341
Department: Division of Education  
Phone: 607.871.2221  
Email:    
Education
Ph.D.: Teaching and Curriculum
Syracuse University, 1998

Background
Biography
Ann Monroe-Baillargeon, Ph.D., is an associate professor of Education and teaches a wide range of courses that prepare pre-service and in-service teachers to teach all students effectively. She received her undergraduate degree in special education from The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, her graduate degree in Educational Administration from The University of Southern Maine and her doctoral degree in Teaching and Curriculum from Syracuse University. She holds New York State certifications as a special education teacher, grades K-12, and for both school and district administration. Monroe-Baillargeon has taught in education departments at Syracuse University, Nazareth College of Rochester, The University of Rochester-Warner Graduate School of Education, and internationally in West Africa, South Africa, Cairo, Kuwait, Bangladesh, and Bangkok. She currently serves as liaison to the New York Higher Education Support Center for Systems Change Midwest region, a collaborative consortium of faculty in inclusive education from colleges and universities throughout the Midwest region of New York State. Her research investigates the lives of teachers in inclusive classrooms, and collaborative teaching practices as an effective means for teaching all students.