Marcel Lebrun

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Professor of Curriculum and Instruction; Department Chair; Distinguished Graduate Teacher 2008

BEd, BA, MEd,University of Manitoba; PhD, University of San Jose
Email: mrlebrun@plymouth.edu

Contact Information

  • (603)-535-2288
  • Rounds Hall 033

About Professor Lebrun

Dr. Lebrun has over 30 years of experience in public classroom teaching, special education, and clinical mental health counseling. Presently, Dr. Lebrun is partnering with Winnisquam School District for early intervention around behavioral, school and community issues. He is also in the process of developing a resource center for special education in the regional community. He is the author of the book Reflections on Still Waters: Celebrating Gay Men’s Lives and Experiences and the book Student Depression: A Silent Crisis in Our Schools and Communities. Lebrun teaches classes focusing on special education at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Publications/Presentations

  • Lebrun, M (2013). Gay Families: The Changing Faces in America. Lanham. Maryland: Rowman Educational Publishers Publication Release January 2013
  • 2012 October 22-28 4th Annual Asian  Educational and Research Conference in Osaka Japan. Topic: Developing the Inner Leader in you. Starts Now
  • 2012 May 21-24 Atiner International Conference in Education Athens Greece, presentation, Children in Crisis: Troubling Times
  • Lebrun, M. (2012). Books, Blackboards and Bullets 2nd edition. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman Educational Publishers Publication Release October 2012
  • Lebrun, M. (2012). School Shooters: Monsters or Victims In John Visser’s Transforming Troubled Lives University of Birmingham, UK, Summer 2012.

Awards or Recognition

  • Distinguished Graduate Teaching Award, 2008

Courses Taught

  • ED 3051 Designing Positive Environments
  • SE 3070 Classroom Applications In Special Education
  • SE 5400 Classroom Interventions in Special Education
  • SE 5760 Leadership, Consultation and Collaboration in Special Education
  • SE 5800 Practicum in Special Education
  • SE 5770 Behavior Disorders in School Aged Children

Contact Us

Department of Elementary Education and Childhood Studies

Chair: Marianne True

034 Rounds Hall, Lower Level
8 a.m.–4 p.m., M–F

Phone: 603-535-2285
Email: bgleich@plymouth.edu (Brenda Gleich, Administrative Assistant)
Fax: 603-535-2879

Mailing Address
17 High Street
MSC #38
Plymouth, NH 03264