Julienne Slichko

Assistant Professor

Degrees

Ph.DEducational Psychology & MethodologyThe University at Albany/SUNY
C.A.S.School Building LeadershipThe College of Saint Rose
M.S.Elementary and Special EducationMount St. Mary College
B.A.Interdisciplinary StudiesMount St. Mary College

Professional Experience

Assistant Professor, The College at St. Rose, Albany, NY  2018

Instructional Developer University at Albany, Albany, NY 2015-2018

Adjunct Instructor, University at Albany, Albany, NY 2013-2018

EdTPA Scorer, Pearson PLC, Iowa City, IA  2013-2015

University Supervisor, Teaching Practicum, University at Albany, Albany, NY 2013-2015

Special Education Teacher, K-12

Ballston Spa Central School District, Ballston Spa, NY  2008- 2011

New Covenant Charter School, Albany NY 2005- 2008 

St. Coleman’s Home, Watervliet, NY  2004- 2005

Sylvan Learning Center, Saratoga Springs, NY 2004

 

Teaching Interests

  • Intro to Exceptionality
  • Foundations of Inclusion
  • Partnerships with Families
  • Special Education Assessment

Research/Creative Works

  • Saddler, B., Asaro-Saddler, K., Moeyaert, M. & Cuccio-Slichko, J. (in press).  Teaching summary writing to students with learning disabilities via strategy instruction. Journal of Learning Disabilities.

 

  • Cuccio-Slichko, J., & Chapin, D.A. (2015). An examination of the effect of setting on student perceptions of digital writing game utility. Journal of Game-Supported Interactive Learning, 1(1), 15-21.

 

  • Cuccio-Slichko, J., & Asaro-Saddler, K.  (2015). Technology-aided instruction and intervention for students with autism spectrum disorder in literacy: A guide fort eachers.Exceptional Individuals, 37(1), 8-12.

 

  • Cuccio-Slichko, J. (2014). Two districts: A retrospective of one teacher’s lessons learned. New York State Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Impact Journal, 39.  

 

  • Saddler, B., Asaro-Saddler, K. Behforooz, B., & Cuccio-Slichko, J. (2014). A national survey of revising practices in the primary classroom. Insights in Learning Disabilities, 12,129-149.

 

  • Cuccio-Slichko, J. & Gullie, K. (2014). An exploration of the relationship between simulation interaction models and application: High-fidelity simulations that transfer to leadership roles in education. Paper presented at the Inaugural Conference on Myths & Movements: Reimagining Assessment in Higher Education, Philadelphia, PA.  September, 2014.