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Rozanne Warder, M.A.

Instructor of Education

Specialization in Elementary Education and Special Education is what brought Rozanne (Rozy) Warder to William Penn University in 2018. Her focus on behavior, autism, mental health, and transition make her an ideal instructor in the Education division.

Her courses incorporate an emphasis on service learning and a method of teaching called Technology of Participation. Through these techniques she guides students in their research that spotlights areas of interest.

Outside of the classroom, Rozy enjoys collecting marbles, reading and collecting poetry, singing, and playing cribbage.

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  • B.A., Elementary Education and Special Education, University of Northern Iowa
  • M.A., School Administration, Truman State University
  • Additional Coursework at the University of South Dakota, School Leadership in Special Education
  • Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Member
  • Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders, Member
  • Court Appointed Special Advocates, Member
  • Boys and Girls Home Education Administrator Award
  • Drop Out Prevention Program of the Year for the United States
  • Safety Recognition-Safe Schools Health Students National Grant
  • Educational Assessment
  • Reading Assessment and Strategies
  • Special Education Methods
  • Human Relations/Diversity
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