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Linda A. Patriarca



CURRICULUM VITAE

Name: Linda A. Patriarca Date: February 2009

Office Address: East Carolina University

College of Education, Speight Building

Greenville, NC 27858

Work Phone: 252-328-1000

Home Address: 110 Cardinal Drive

Greenville, NC 27858



Home Phone: 252-364-2415

E-Mail: patriarchal@ecu.edu
EDUCATION:

1976 Ph.D. Michigan State University

Special Education, Teacher Education, Reading
1971 M.A. Eastern Michigan University

Speech and Language Pathology


1969 B.A. Eastern Michigan University

Speech and Language Pathology


CERTIFICATION:

Special Education Teacher Credential, Learning Disabilities, K-12, State of Michigan


Special Education Teaching Credential, Speech and Language Pathology, K-12, State of Michigan
General Education Teaching Credential, Michigan Elementary Certification K-8

POSITIONS HELD:
2008-present Dean and Professor, College of Education

East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina


2006-2008 Associate Dean and Professor, Education Division

Caldwell College, Caldwell, New Jersey




    1. Director, Special Education Programs/Services

University of Detroit Mercy


    1. Contracted Consultant: Michigan Department of Education and

Wayne County Regional Education Service Agency (RESA): School Improvement Projects: Statewide and County-wide



    1. Project Director, Leadership Training Grant: Doctoral Preparation

(Funding Source: U.S. Dept. of Education, Office of Special Education Programs, Washington, D.C.


    1. Coordinator, Special Education Faculty Programs and Services

Michigan State University, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special Education
1997-present Project Director, Collaborative Sites of Best Practices Grant,

Funded by the Office of Special Education, Michigan Department

of Education


    1. Coordinator, Teacher Education Program (Team III), Michigan

State University, Department of Teacher Education


    1. Co-Coordinator, Special Education Faculty Programs and Services

Michigan State University, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special Education
1981 Associate Professor, Michigan State University

Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special

Education


    1. Senior Researcher, Institute for Research on Teaching

Co-Coordinator, General Mathematics Project


    1. Sabbatical leave of absence:

Visiting Scholar: Department of Communication Disorders

Northwestern University (Evanston, Illinois)

Visiting Scholar: Learning Research and Development Center

University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)




    1. Coordinator, Program Development, Michigan State University

Undergraduate Teacher Preparation Program

“Teaching in Heterogeneous Classrooms”

(Development supported by a grant procured through the Women’s Educational Equity Act Program)
1977-1980 Senior Researcher, Institute for Research on Teaching, (Reading Project)


    1. Assistant Professor, Michigan State University

Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special Education


    1. Project Director, Title IX Grant

Mars Hill, North Carolina


    1. Learning Disabilities Classroom Teacher

Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, California


    1. Speech and Language Therapist

Willow Run Public Schools, Ypsilanti, Michigan
PUBLICATIONS:

Mayer, M. & Patriarca, L. (2007). Behavioral scripts and instructional procedures for

students with learning and behavioral problems. Preventing School Failure. 52, (1), 3-11.
Patriarca, L. & Mariage, T. (July 2006). Cohesion, Coordination and Alignment:

Critical Subsystems Essential for Student Achievement. Focus on Results.


Mariage, T. & Patriarca, L. (October 2005). Accountability: Outcomes Based-Input

and Process Driven Meeting the challenge of AYP. Focus on Results.


Mariage, T. & Patriarca, L. Meeting the challenge of AYP. (September 2004)

Focus on Results.


Patriarca, L. & Travnikar, B. (2003). G. Reid Lyon’s Views on Rethinking Learning

Disabilities: An Introduction. Outlook, 34 (4), 1-2


Patriarca, L. & Travnikar, B. (2003) G. Reid Lyon’s Views on Rethinking Learning

Disabilities: Recommendations for Reading. Outlook, 34, (5), 9-10.


Patriarca, L. Mariage, T. & Garmon, A. (2002). Developing schools into learning

organizations: Focus on continuous improvement of practice and enhanced student outcomes. (Invited article for Newsline – a publication of the Michigan Department of Education.)


Haight, S. L., Patriarca, L. & Burns, M. K. (2001). A statewide analysis of the eligibility

criteria and procedures for determining learning disabilities. Learning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 11, 39-46.


Patriarca, L. (1998). Frameworks for maximizing co-teaching: A resource manual.

Office of Special Education, Michigan Department of Education, Lansing, MI.


Patriarca, L., Scheffel, M. & Hedeman, S. (1997). Developing decimal concepts:

Enhancing understanding and building connections. Orangeburg, N.Y.: Dale Seymour Publications.
Patriarca, L. (1996). A study of co-teaching practice: State of the art portraits of

co-teaching in Michigan. Newsline, 4(3), 2-4.


Conley, M., Patriarca, L. & Roehler, L. (1994). Reconceptualizing collaborative literacy

reform as a process of dilemma management. In C. Kinzer & D. Leu (Eds.)



Multidimensional aspects of literacy research theory and practice. Chicago, Illinois: Forty-third Yearbook of the National Reading Conference.
Patriarca, L. & Cegelka, P. (1992) Research needs in school-based practice.

[Monograph]. In Focus on emerging trends in special education: Implications for personnel preparation. 80-100.


Patriarca, L. & Lamb, M. (1992). Collaboration, curriculum development and reflection

as frameworks for exploring the integration of general and special education.

International Journal of Special Education, 7(2), 109-115.
Patriarca, L. & Lamb, M. (1990). Preparing secondary special education teachers to be

Collaborative decision-makers and reflective practitioners: A promising practicum model. Teacher Education and Special Education Journal, 13(3-4), 228-233.


Stewart, D., Peters, S. & Patriarca, L. (1989). A model professional development school:

Merging special and general education in the workplace. B.C. Journal of Special Education, 12(3), 215-226.


Patriarca, L. & Alleman, J. (1988). “Teacher’s testing practices in social studies.

“Social Science Perspective Journal: Conference Proceedings. (March 11, 1988 Social Science Conference, Chicago, Illinois)
Patriarca, L. & Alleman, J. (April/May 1987). “Studying time: A cognitive approach.

Social Education, 54(4), 273-277.


Patriarca, L. & Kragt, D. (May/June 1986). “Teacher expectations and students

achievement: The ghost of Christmas future.” Curriculum Review, 25(5 & 6), 48-50.


Patriarca, L. & Buchmann, M. (1983). “Conceptual development and curriculum change:

Or is it rhetoric and fantasy?” Journal of Curriculum Studies, 15 (4), 409-432.


Patriarca, L. & Buchmann, M. (1983). Conceptual development and curriculum change:

Or is it rhetoric and fantasy? (Research Series No. 123). East Lansing, Michigan: Institute for Research on Teaching, Michigan State University.

Patriarca, L. VanRoekel, J., & Lezotte, L. (1979). Simulated reading and learning



disability cases: Effective tools for research and teacher education. (Research Series: No. 29). East Lansing, Michigan: Institute for Research on Teaching, Michigan State University.
SELECTED NATIONAL PRESENTATIONS:
Patriarca, L. (February 2009). Teaching children to divide: Developing conceptual understanding and computational competence. Presentation given at the Learning Disabilities Association International Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Patriarca, L. (April 2008). Understanding fractions concepts: A roadmap for teaching students with mild disabilities. Presentation given at the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention, Boston, Massachusetts.
Patriarca, L. (February, 2008). Teaching multiplication/division to student with learning

disabilities: Emphasizing computation “sense-making.” Presentation given at the Learning Disabilities Association International Conference, Chicago, Illinois.
Patriarca, L. (February, 2007). Developing the “meaning” of the operations for students

with learning disabilities. Presentation at the Learning Disabilities Association International Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.
Patriarca, L. (Chair-Symposium) with Braun, B. Butler, F., Marble, C., Mayhew, J. &

Miller, K. (November, 2005). Utilizing a collaborative model to understand first year teachers’ career experiences. Presentation at the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Conference, Portland, Maine.


Mayer, M. & Patriarca, L. (April, 2005). Research based knowledge on dropout, risk

factors, prevention and intervention. Presentation at the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention, Baltimore, Maryland.
Mayer, M. & Patriarca, L. (April,2004). Classroom instructional strategies to maximize

academic investment and minimize aggressive/disruptive behaviors. Council for Children with Behavior Disorders (CCBD) Showcase session. Presentation at the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Patriarca, L. (November, 2003). Utilizing the concept of a “research collective” to

unleash scholarship potential in small teacher education programs. Invited Keynote Address. Small Special Education Program Caucus. Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Conference, Biloxi, Mississippi.

Mayer, M. & Patriarca, L. (October, 2003). Instructional strategies to maximize



engagement in learning and minimize risk of aggressive/disruptive behaviors by students with learning and behavioral disabilities. Presentation at the Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders International Conference, St. Louis, Missouri.
Patriarca, L., Mariage, T. & Garmon, A. (April 2003). Sustainability and capacity

building in our most underperforming schools: School/University Partnerships as agents of change in advancing student achievement. Chair, Symposium and Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois.
Patriarca, L. (November, 2002). Enhancing professional development and student

achievement. A comprehensive model of school change. Presentation at the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Conference, Savannah, Georgia.
Patriarca, L. & Ziazi, Z. (November, 2001). Researching teacher preparation in special

education: Crafting a scholarly research agenda. Presentation at the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Conference, St. Petersburg, Florida.
Patriarca, L. & Pobst, A. (April, 2001). Designing effective co-teaching programs:

Using student achievement to inform practice. Presentation at the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention, Kansas City, Missouri.
Patriarca, L. & Pobst, A. (November, 2000). Assessing program restructuring efforts

in special education teacher preparation: Findings and implications. Presentation at the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Patriarca, L. & Pobst, A. (April, 2000). Examining how teachers collaborate: Findings

and implications from co-teaching practice. Presentation at the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Patriarca, L. & Pobst, A. (April, 1999). Investigating co-teaching in middle schools:

Examining teachers’ thinking and instructional practices. Presentation at the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention, Charlotte, North Carolina.
Patriarca, L. & Pobst, A. (November, 1998). Preparing teacher candidates to work in co-

teaching classrooms: Examining beliefs about inclusion and knowledge about instructional adaptations. Presentation at the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Conference, Dallas, Texas.

Patriarca, L. & Pobst, A. (November 1998). Assessing co-teaching environments as



promising sites for education students with disabilities. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Council for Educational Diagnostic Services, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Patriarca, L. (November, 1997). Facilitating effective partnerships in co-teaching: A

model of professional development for building communities of teacher learners. Presentation at the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Conference, Savanna, Georgia.
Patriarca, L., Freeman, G., Swift, C. & Hendricks, J. (April, 1997). Maximizing the “Co”

in Co-Teaching. Presentation at the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Patriarca, L., Hendricks, J., Freeman, G. & Swift, C. (November, 1996). Conceptualizing

co-teaching using a research-based framework: Implications for teacher education. Presentation at the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Conference, Washington, D.C.
Patriarca, L. (April, 1995). Research-based methods for teaching fractions concepts to

adolescents with mild disabilities. Presentation at the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention, Indianapolis, Indiana.
Conley, M., Patriarca, L. & Roehler, L. (November, 1994). Teacher education inside the

school restructuring movement: The promise and the dilemmas. Presentation at the National Reading Conference, San Diego, California.
Patriarca, L. (April, 1994). Teaching decimal concepts to adolescents with mild

disabilities: A study of effective practice. Presentation at the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention, Denver, Colorado.
Patriarca, L. & Conley, M. (December, 1993). Developing shared agendas between

schools and universities: Does the rhetoric match the reality? Presentation at the National Reading Conference, Charleston, South Carolina. (Part of a larger symposium entitled: Ethical dilemmas in school-university collaborations: Are we missionaries in the colonies?
Patriarca, L. & Slover, M (November, 1993). Portfolios in teacher education: Purposes,

issues and guidelines. Presentation at the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida.
Patriarca, L. & Conley, M. (April, 1993). Building student portfolios around a reading

and writing curriculum: Documenting student learning in integrated settings. Presentation at the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention, San Antonio, Texas.
Patriarca, L., Conley, M., Wagner, P., & Nagy, P. (April 1992). Examining literacy

education and integration in an at-risk setting: The urban middle school. Presentation at the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention, Baltimore, Maryland.
Conley, M., Patriarca, L., Nagy, P. & Wagner, P. (April, 1992). Teachers and teacher

educators as researchers of their own instructional practice. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, California.
Patriarca, L. & Lamb, M. (November, 1991). Creating collaborative partnerships to

improve instructional practice and empower teachers: How enduring are the results? Presentation at the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Conference, Charlotte, North Carolina.
Patriarca, L., Wagner, P., Conley, M. & Nagy, P. (December, 1991). Representing

students’ voices in classroom assessment. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Palm Springs, California.
Patriarca, L. & Lamb, M. (November, 1989). Preparing special education personnel to

problem solve and collaborate: Designing effective practicum experiences. Presentations at the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Conference, Memphis, Tennessee.
Patriarca, L., Maheady, L., Peters, S. & Stewart, D. (May, 1989). The educational reform

agenda and special education: New vistas for tomorrow’s teachers. Presentation at the Partnerships in Special Education International Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Patriarca, L. (April, 1989). Promoting active learning in social studies through

knowledge organization and self-regulation: Unlocking barriers to achievement for learning disabled students. Presentation at the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention, San Francisco, California.
Patriarca, L., Bates, P. & Peters, S. (February, 1989). The school reform agenda and

special education. Panel presentation at the International Association for Children and Adults with Learning Disabilities Annual Conference, Miami Beach, Florida.
Patriarca, L. & Alleman, J. (February, 1989). Social studies and the learning disabled

adolescent: Facilitating academic success through strategic instruction. Presentation at the International Association for Children and Adults with Learning Disabilities Annual Conference, Miami Beach, Florida.
Patriarca, L. & J. Alleman. (November, 1988). A cognitive approach for teaching and

assessing social studies content. Presentation at the National Council for Social Studies Annual Convention, Orlando, Florida.
Patriarca, L. (March, 1988). Regular Education Initiative. Invited discussant

representing colleges and universities to the presentation made by Madeleine Will (Assistant Secretary, U.S. Office of Special Education Programs) and Mary Jean LeTendre (Director of Compensatory Programs, USDE) of the Joint Policy Statement released by the U.S. Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services entitled, Educating students with learning problems: A shared responsibility. Presentation at the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention, Washington, D.C.


Patriarca, L. & Bates, P. (March, 1988). New directions in teacher education: New

directions in special education. Presentation at the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention, Washington, D.C.
Patriarca, L. & Alleman, J. (March, 1988). A study of testing practices in social studies:

One approach and some initial data. Presentation at the Social Science Conference, Chicago, Illinois.
Patriarca, L. & Alleman, J. (November, 1987). Social studies: A forum for temporal

learning. Presentation at the National Council for the Social Studies Annual Convention, Houston, Texas.
Patriarca, L., Peters, S. & Stewart, D. (November, 1987). A collaborative university and

school based model: Interfacing general and special education. Presentation at the Future of Special Education CEC Topical Conference (sponsored by the Council for Exceptional Children), Orlando, Florida.
Patriarca, L. (November, 1987). Realizing the Holmes Group Agenda: A model for

special education teacher preparation. Presentation at the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Conference, Washington, D.C.
Patriarca, L. & Kragt, D. (October, 1985). An analysis of the curriculum in ninth grade

general mathematics: Where are we and where do we go from here? Presentation at the Midwestern Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois.
Patriarca, L. (April, 1984). Improving teaching and learning in general mathematics

classrooms: Using student data to assess the consequences of teacher change in instructional beliefs and behaviors. Research presentation at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California.
Patriarca, L. (February, 1984). Factors affecting children’s success in solving addition and subtraction story problems: Implications for teaching students with learning problems. Presentation at the International Association for Children and Adults with Learning Disabilities Annual Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Patriarca, L. (April, 1983). Looking at and look for instruction: Patterns of teaching in

ninth grade general mathematics classrooms. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Convention, Los Angeles, California.
Patriarca, L. (October, 1982). Teaching mathematics to low achieving students.

Presentation at the Research Council for Diagnostic/Prescriptive Mathematics Annual Conference, Albany, New York.


Patriarca, L. (February, 1981). New directions in undergraduate teacher education: The

need to prepare teachers to work with a heterogeneous student population. Presentation at the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education National Conference, Detroit, Michigan.
Patriarca, L. (April, 1980). Procedures for conducting observational studies of clinical

problem solving behavior. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Convention.
Patriarca, L. (February, 1980). Observational studies of clinical problem solving: Initial

results and implications. Paper presented at the International Association for Children with Learning Disabilities.
Patriarca, L. (November, 1980). Understanding, diagnosing and remediating disorders of

written languages. Presentation at the Canadian Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention, Toronto, Canada.
Patriarca, L. (May, 1979). Diagnosis: Data collection in the 1977 observational study:

Agreement among reading clinicians. Paper presented at the international Reading Association Conference.
Patriarca, L. (September, 1979). Designing and implementing new undergraduate

teacher education programs: A progress report. Presentation to the Deans and Directors of the Midwest Teacher Corps Network, East Lansing, Michigan.
Patriarca, L. (May, 1977). Developing culturally relevant reading and language arts

materials. Presentation at the Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development National Conference, Miami, Florida.
REGIONAL PRESENTATION – INVITED ADDRESSES: (1988-present)
Special Education in this new era of accountability: The problem/opportunity context. Invited presentation to the Michigan Association of Administrators in Special Education (MAASE) Conference (February, 2006)
Improving outcomes in mathematics for students with special needs: Programs, practices and challenges. Invited panel member at the annual Michigan Council of Teachers of Mathematics (MCTM) conference (2005).
Realigning the special education system to facilitate student achievement in reading and mathematics. Invited presentation to the Wayne County Council of Administrators of Special Education (CASE) (2004).
Teaching mathematics to students with special needs: Meeting the challenge of AYP. (with Drs. Charles Allen and Wayne Scott). Two Statewide Five-Day Summer Institute for Special Education and General Education Teachers sponsored by the Michigan Education Association/Michigan Department of Education-Office of Special Education, the Saginaw Valley Intermediate School District and the Wayne County Regional Educational Association (Saginaw, Michigan and Romulus, Michigan, June & July, 2004).
Teaching place value concepts to students with mild disabilities using research-based practices. Invited presentation at the annual conference of the Michigan Learning Disabilities Association (2003).
Using research-based instructional practices to maximize student learning: Improving student achievement through supported instruction. (with Dr. Troy Mariage). Statewide Three-Day Summer Institute for Newer Teachers sponsored by the Michigan Education Association/Michigan Department of Education, Grand Rapids, Michigan. (July, 2003).
Best practices in basic skills instruction: Mathematics, Reading and Writing. (with Dr. Troy Mariage). Two-Day Institute- Invited Presentation. Michigan Association of Learning Disabilities Educators Annual Conference, Lansing, Michigan (2002).
Designing and implementing collaborative sites of best practice: Lessons learned. Invited presentation to the Advisory Board of the Michigan Department of Education (2001).
Co-teaching as collaboration or cooperation: What makes the difference? Invited presentation to the Michigan Association of Learning Disabilities Educators. Boyne Falls, MI. (1997).
The changing landscape of policy and practice in education: Implications for special education. Invited presentation to the Charlevoix-Emmet Intermediate School District. Petoksy, MI. (1997).
Understanding and facilitating effective co-teaching between general and special educators. Invited presentation to the Michigan Association of Special Education Curriculum Resource Consultants. Lansing, MI. (1996).
Understanding place value and its role in learning mathematics. Presentation to the Michigan Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention. (1994).
Teaching place value and base ten concepts to students with learning disabilities. Learning Disabilities Association of Michigan Annual Conference. (1994).
Developing a writing program for at-risk and mildly handicapped middle school students: Lessons learned from experience. Michigan Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention. (1993).
A collaborative planning process for restructuring special education involving universities, intermediate and local school districts. Ingham County Superintendant’s Special Education Advisory Committee. (1993).
Learning to write and writing to learn: Facilitating student competence in writing for different purposes. Presentation to the Michigan Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention. (1992).
Developing a writing program for at-risk urban students in an integrated special/general education setting. Michigan Learning Disabilities Association Annual Conference. (1991).
Helping children learn to write using a cognitive developmental approach to instruction. Alpena Public Schools. (1990).
Teaching the most challenging students to write: Research-based methods for establishing successful classroom writing programs. Full day institute at the Michigan Association of Learning Disabilities Educators. (1989).
Building a community of writers: Research-based methods for assessing and teaching writing to mildly handicapped and at-rick learners. Muskegon Area Intermediate School District. (1989).
The writing program in the classroom: Tone, message and strategy. Wayne County Intermediate School District. (A series of three workshops: January 13, January 27, and February 10, 1989).
New approaches to teaching and learning in reading, writing and mathematics. Berrien Springs Intermediate School District. (1988).
The writing program in the classroom: Setting the tone, conveying the message. Michigan Association for Children with Learning Disabilities Annual Conference. (1988).
Strategic Instruction in writing: From theory to practice. Full day institute at the Michigan Association of Learning Disabilities Educators Annual Conference. (1988).
Testing practices in social studies (with Dr. Jan Alleman). Alternatives for Excellence Conference, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. (1988).
Merging general and special education teacher preparation: One step toward a unified system for all students. State of Michigan Conference “Will There Be Special Education in 1999?” Sponsored by the Washtenaw Intermediate School District and Eastern Michigan University. (1988).
Strategic Instruction: An essential tool for promoting competence in written language. Flint Intermediate School District. (1988).
Teaching mildly handicapped students to write using research-based strategies and interactive approaches. Guest lecturer, The William Beaumont Hospital for Human Development, Royal Oak, Michigan. (1988).
FUNDED GRANTS:
Patriarca, L., Allen, C. & Scott, W. (1/1/05-8/31/05). The development and implementation of a model for improving teaching and learning in mathematics: Creating processes, products and supports to meet the AYP Challenge for special education students. Michigan Department of Education- Office of Special Education and Early Intervention Services and Wayne Regional Education Service Agency (Subcontract of Federal State Improvement Grant: Total funding: $150,000.)
Patriarca, L. & Peters, S. (2002-2006). Preparation of leadership personnel: Improving research and practice for diverse students with disabilities in urban schools. Office of Special Education Programs, US Department of Education. Total funding: $790,009.
Patriarca, L., Mariage, T., & Garmon, M. (2001-2002). Collaborative Sites of Practice and Inquiry (CSPI) Follow-up sustainability study. State of Michigan, Office of Special Education and Early Intervention Services. Total funding: $50,000.
Patriarca, L. (1996-2000). Developing collaborative sites of best practice. Program development and research grant. State of Michigan, Office of Special Education and Early Intervention Services. Total funding: $315,000.
Patriarca, L. (1994-1996). Understanding, improving and promoting effective co-teaching. State of Michigan, Office of Special Education and Early Intervention Services. Total funding: $17,000.
Patriarca, L. & Koepke, T. (1993). A model of school improvement for meeting the needs of diverse learners with disabilities in less restrictive settings. State of Michigan, Office of Special Education and Early Intervention Service. Total funding: $6,400.
Patriarca, L. (1989-1991). A collaborative model for developing and delivering effective instruction in general education settings. State of Michigan, Office of Special Education and Early Intervention Services. Total funding: $61,000.
Patriarca, L. (1987-1990). Preparation of secondary level special education personnel. U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, Special Education Programs. Total funding: $230,000.
Patriarca, L. & Palincsar, A.S. (1984-1987). Preparing teachers to work with mildly handicapped adolescents. U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, Special Education Programs. Total funding: $225,000.
Patriarca, L. (1984-1985). Assessing classroom climate in ninth grade general mathematics classrooms. College of Education, Michigan State University. Total funding: $7,000.
Lanier, P., Patriarca, L. & Bushman, J. (1981-1984). General mathematics: A ninth grade intervention study. National Institute of Education (contained in the Institute for Research on Teaching proposal). Total funding: $300,000.
A comprehensive effort to integrate principles of women’s equity into training programs and practices of educators: A prototype for major institutions. (1980-1983). Women’s Education Equity Act Program (authored with several faculty members). Total funding: $272,000.
Patriarca, L. (1980-1981). Special Education In-Service Program Grant. Panama Region: Department of Defense Schools. Total funding: $65,000.
Patriarca, L. (1979-1980). Special Education In-Service Program Grant. European Atlantic Region: Department of Defense Dependent Schools. Total funding: $78,000.
Patriarca, L. (1978-1979). Special Education In-Service Program Grant. Far East Oriental Region: Department of Defense Dependent Schools. Total funding: $81,000.
SELECTED PUBLIC SERVICE:
Selected Service to Professional Organizations
Member, National Professional Advisory Board. Learning Disabilities Association of America. (Nominated by the Michigan Learning Disabilities Association and elected by the Executive Board, October, 2003). Term of Office: 3 years-2004-2006. Re-elected for a second term of office: 2007-2009.
Co-Chair, New Jersey Professional Advisory Board. New Jersey Learning Disabilities Association (NJ-LDA). Term of Office: 3 years- 2006-2009.
Past-President: Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children. Term of office: January 1, 2007-December 31, 2007.
President. Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children. Term of Office: January 1, 2006-December 31, 2006.
President-Elect. Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children. Term of Office: July 2004-December 31, 2004.
Vice President. Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children. Term of Office: July 1, 2003-June 30, 2004.
Chair, TED Program Strand for the 2005 Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention, Baltimore, Maryland.
Proposal Reviewer, Teacher Education Division (TED) of the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Conference. (2007, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 1998, 1995).
Proposal Reviewer, Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention (2003, 2004, 2005, 2007).
Co-Chair: TED Forum and Member of the Executive Board. Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children. (1999-2003).
Member, Professional Advisory Board, Michigan Learning Disabilities Association. (January 2001-December 2004).
Manuscript Reviewer, Teacher Education and Special Education Journal. (1993-present).
Proposal Reviewer, National Reading Conference. (1991).
Secretary/Treasurer and Member of the Executive Board, Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children. Term of Office: July 1, 1989 – June 30, 1991.
Member, Ad-Hoc Task Force on Issues Related to Certification and Personnel Development, Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children. (1988-1989).
Manuscript Reviewer, Review of Educational Research, a publication of the American Educational Research Association. (February, 1988).
Organizer (with S. Peters and D. Stewart) and Chair of two sessions focusing on at-risk students. Holmes Group Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. (January, 1988).
National Study Coordinator, Holmes Group Initiative. National Inquiry into the Future of Special Education (an inter-organizational nationwide network of professionals). (1987-1989).
Faculty Advisor, State Level Student Executive Board representing student chapters of the Michigan Council for Exceptional Children. (1985-1993).
Member, Executive Board of the Michigan Council for Exceptional Children. (1985-1993).
Member, Research Committee, Council for Exceptional Children. (1985-1987).
President, Michigan Association of University Advisors in Learning Disabilities. (1978-1980).
Vice-President, Michigan Association of Learning Disabilities Educators. (1977-1978)
Selected Service to Federal and State Government

Member, Statewide CORE Steering Committee. State of Michigan Improvement Grant for Special Education. Michigan Department of Education Office of Special Education and Early Intervention Services. (2004-present).


Invited Participant: Leadership Planning and Implementation Team: Michigan State Improvement Grant for Special Education. (Designed and executed Professional Development Institutes for MI Schools Selected that failed to make Adequate Yearly Progress-(AYP). Saginaw Intermediate School District (June, 2004) and Wayne Regional Education Service Agency (July, 2004).
Invited Participant: Core Planning Team. Michigan Focus on Monitoring System for Special Education. Michigan Department of Education Office of Special Education and Early Intervention Services (2004-present).
Invited Participant, Leadership Conference sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs. (July, 2003).
Invited Member, Personnel Supply & Demand Task Force. State of Michigan, Office of Special Education and Early Intervention Services. (2001-2002)
Co-Chair, Personnel Qualification Subcommittee of the Special Education Delivery System Task Force. (Task force created by the Board of Education, State of Michigan to develop recommendations for a restructured special education delivery system.) (1993-1994).
Invited Presenter. Personnel Preparation for the 21st Century Conference sponsored by the Michigan Department of Education, Special Education Services Area. Title: Implications of collaboration and cross-categorization for teacher preparation. (1992)
Grant Reviewer, U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (USDE, OSEP), Washington, D.C.

Special Projects Competition (March 1992)

Special Projects Competition (March 1990)

Personnel Preparation Competition (December, 1987)



Leadership Competition (October, 1986)
Member, Institutions of Higher Education (IHE) Advisory Committee. Michigan Department of Education, Special Education Services Area. (1986-2003)
Chairperson, Research Subcommittee of the IHE Advisory Committee. Michigan Department of Education, Special Education Services Area. (1993-1997)
Consultant, Ontario Ministry on Special Education, Toronto, Canada. (1978)
Member, Task Force on Learning Disabilities, Michigan Department of Education, Special Education Services Area. (1976-1977)
Selected Service to Publishing and Broadcasting Companies
Manuscript Reviewer for Clinical Psychology Publishing Company, Brandon, Vermont. Title of Manuscript: Mather, N. An Instructional Guide to the Woodcock-Johnson Psycho-Educational Battery—Revised. (January, 1990)
Book Reviewer for Allyn and Bacon, Boston, Massachusetts. Text: Bos, C. and Vaughn, S. Strategies for Teaching Students with Learning and Behavior Problems. (Review to Guide Preparation of Second Edition Text). (August, 1989).
Panelist, Channel 10 Television Program, Closer Look. (aired January 17, 1987).
Manuscript Reviewer for Little, Brown and Company, Boston, Massachusetts. Title of Manuscript: Roth-Smith, C. Learning Disabilities: The Interaction of setting, task and learner. (July, 1982)
Panelist and Reactor to the film, The Puzzled Children. WKAR, Channel 23, Television Program. (aired October, 1976)
Selected Service to Universities, Colleges and School Districts
Michigan School for the Deaf, Flint, MI. Consultant to Work with Principal/School Improvement Team to Redesign Curriculum in Language Arts/Math. (SY: 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006)
Lowell Public Schools, Lowell, MI. Consultant to Work with Director of Special Education and Faculty to Redesign Special Education Programs and Services. (2003-2004 2004-2005)
Lansing School District, Lansing, MI. Consultant to Advise Curriculum Coordinator on Ways to Organize and Integrate Literacy Programs in the Four Middle Schools in the District. (School Year: 2002-2003)
Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI. Consultant to Review Program in Learning Disabilities. (2000)
University of Detroit-Mercy, Detroit, MI. Keynote Speaker, (1993). Celebrate Every Child Conference. Title of Address: Merging general and special education in the workplace: Lessons learned and unanswered questions.
Bangkok International School, Bangkok, Thailand. Consultant to Evaluate Special Education Programs and Recommend Future Directions. (1988)
Oakland University, Rochester, MI. Consultant to the Administrative Staff, College of Education to Explore Possibilities for Merging General and Special Education Teacher Preparation Programs. (1988)
Department of Defense Dependent Schools. Consultant to Administrators on Special Education In-Service. World Administrators Conference, Boston, MA. (1980)
Department of Defense Dependent Schools. Consultant at National Meeting on Future DODDS In-Service, Alexandria, CA. (1979)
Selected Service To Michigan State University and to Caldwell College

CALDWELL COLLEGE (2006-2008)

Member, Search Committee, Dean for Graduate and Continuing Education (2006-2007)


Chair, Search Committee, Director of Field Placements (2006-2007)
Member, College Curriculum Committee (2006-2007 2007-2008)
Member, Graduate Academic Foundations Council (2006-2007 2007-2008)
Member, College Undergraduate Advising Task Force (2006-2007 2007-2008)
MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY (1986-2004)

Member, College Faculty Advisory Committee, Advising Dean. (1999-2001)


Faculty Collaborator, Professional Development Schools: Holt Junior High School, Holt, MI. (1992-1994)
Reviewer, All University Research Initiation Grant (AURIG) Competition. (1991)
Member, Faculty Advisory Committee, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special Education. (1991-1993)
Faculty Collaborator, Professional Development School: Holmes Middle School, Flint, MI. (1989-1992)
Steering Committee Member, Planning Team C. Purpose: To provide leadership in curriculum development for new five-year teacher education program. (1989-1991)
Member, College of Education Task Force on Reform of teacher Education. (1987-1989)
Member, College Curriculum Committee. (1986-1988)
Member, University Ad-Hic Committee on Needs of College Students with Learning Problems. (1986-1987)
Member, Search Committee, Associate Dean for Clinical Studies. (1986-1987)
AWARDS and HONORS

Plaque of Appreciation for Leadership/Service to the Teacher Education Division (Council of Exceptional Children) Presented at the 2007 TED Business Meeting, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.


Crystal Apple Award. College of Education, Michigan State University. (October, 2004) (Award to honor educators whose careers have had immeasurable value and significance)
OVERSEAS TEACHING ASSIGNMENTS: (1982-present)
April, 1993: Jakarta, Indonesia

May, 1988: Okinawa, Japan

March, 1987: Bangkok, Thailand

June, 1985: Hong Kong



February, 1985: Seoul, Korea


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