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  • Patricia Rieman, Associate Professor of Education
    Patricia Rieman, Associate Professor of Education
    Carthage College

Patricia Rieman

Associate Professor of Education

Lentz Hall 417A

  • Biography
  • Education
  • Courses

Professor Patricia Rieman earned a B.S. in special education with an emphasis on mental retardation from the University of Tulsa in 1982, then spent more than 15 years as a special education teacher in Oklahoma and Illinois. She earned an M.S. in special education with an emphasis on social/emotional disorders in 1995 and an Ed.D. in curriculum and instruction with an emphasis on literacy education in 2007, both from Northern Illinois University.

From 1999 to 2008, Prof. Rieman was an adjunct instructor and clinical supervisor in NIU’s departments of Literacy Education and Teaching and Learning. She was also an adjunct professor of education at Rockford College in 2007-08. 

She has published two editions of a textbook for preservice educators, Rieman, Patricia L., Okrasinski, Jeanne E. (2007).Creating Your Teaching Portfolio. New York: McGraw-Hill.Additionally, she has written for McGraw-Hill Higher Education a number of ancillary texts such as instructor manuals, student study guides, and online supplementary resources. She joined the Carthage faculty in August 2008.

  • Ed.D. — Curriculum and Instruction, Northern Illinois University
  • M.S. — Special Education, Northern Illinois University
  • B.S. — Special Education, University of Tulsa
  • EDU 1010 Education and Society
  • EDU 1050 Characteristics of Exceptional Learners
  • EDU 3220 Reading and Language Arts I
  • EDU 3230 Reading and Language Arts II
  • EDU 3520 Developmental and Content Reading
  • EDU 3540 Language Arts in Middle and Secondary Schools
  • EDU 4130 Children’s and Early Adolescents’ Literature
  • EDU 511   Curricular Issues
  • EDU 515   Student Achievement & Learning
  • EDU 523   Children’s & Early Adolescent Literature
  • Patricia Rieman, Associate Professor of Education
    Patricia Rieman, Associate Professor of Education
    Carthage College

Patricia Rieman

Professor Patricia Rieman earned a B.S. in special education with an emphasis on mental retardation from the University of Tulsa in 1982, then spent more than 15 years as a special education teacher in Oklahoma and Illinois. She earned an M.S. in special education with an emphasis on social/emotional disorders in 1995 and an Ed.D. in curriculum and instruction with an emphasis on literacy education in 2007, both from Northern Illinois University.

From 1999 to 2008, Prof. Rieman was an adjunct instructor and clinical supervisor in NIU’s departments of Literacy Education and Teaching and Learning. She was also an adjunct professor of education at Rockford College in 2007-08. 

She has published two editions of a textbook for preservice educators, Rieman, Patricia L., Okrasinski, Jeanne E. (2007).Creating Your Teaching Portfolio. New York: McGraw-Hill.Additionally, she has written for McGraw-Hill Higher Education a number of ancillary texts such as instructor manuals, student study guides, and online supplementary resources. She joined the Carthage faculty in August 2008.

Brief Bio

Professor Patricia Rieman holds degrees in special education and curriculum and instruction, and was a special education teacher for more than 15 years in Oklahoma and Illinois. She teaches courses in education and society, characteristics of exceptional learners, and reading and language arts.

Title

Associate Professor of Education

Email Address

prieman@carthage.edu

Phone Number

262-551-6334

Office Location

Lentz Hall 417A

Education

  • Ed.D. — Curriculum and Instruction, Northern Illinois University
  • M.S. — Special Education, Northern Illinois University
  • B.S. — Special Education, University of Tulsa

Courses

  • EDU 1010 Education and Society
  • EDU 1050 Characteristics of Exceptional Learners
  • EDU 3220 Reading and Language Arts I
  • EDU 3230 Reading and Language Arts II
  • EDU 3520 Developmental and Content Reading
  • EDU 3540 Language Arts in Middle and Secondary Schools
  • EDU 4130 Children’s and Early Adolescents’ Literature
  • EDU 511   Curricular Issues
  • EDU 515   Student Achievement & Learning
  • EDU 523   Children’s & Early Adolescent Literature
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