Diane G Corrigan, M.A.
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 Title: Clinical Associate Professor
 Dept: Curriculum & Foundations
 Office: JH 382
 Phone: 216-523-7550
 Fax: 216-687-5370
 Email: D.CORRIGAN@csuohio.edu
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. JH 382, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Research Keywords:
Social Justice, Classroom Action Research, Urban Education
 
Education:
M.A., Education, Cleveland State University, 1981
B.A., Education, John Carroll University, 1977
 
Brief Bio:
Diane G. Corrigan is an Associate Clinical Professor in the department of Curriculum & Foundations. Ms. Corrigan works with the Office of Field Services as a supervisor of pre-service teachers and a coordinator of partnerships between Cleveland State University College of Education and Human Services and local urban and suburban school districts.  Her work is focused on social justice, urban communities and student achievement.
 
Honors and Awards:
Outstanding Clinician in Teacher Education, Association of Teacher Educators (ATE), 2007
Outstanding College/University Supervisor of the Year, Ohio Association of Teacher    
      Educators (OATE), 2006
Outstanding Student Teacher of the Year, Master of Urban Secondary Teaching (MUST)
            Program, Ohio Association of Teacher Educators (OATE), 2006
Center for Urban School Collaboration (CUSC) Grant, Pre-service Teacher Assessment,    
    2005
MUST Licensure Program, Outstanding Licensure Program Award, Ohio Association for
    Teacher Educators, (OATE), 2004    
MIMIC Technology Grant, Cleveland State University, 2003
 
Creative and Activities:
Developed Pilot Action Research Program for Pre-service and In-service Teachers, Cleveland Municipal School District, 2005

Provided Conflict Resolution Education in Teacher Education (CRETE) Training, CSU Supervisors and Mentors, 2004-present
 
Research Interests:
Social Justice, Urban Education, Mentoring, Conflict Resolution Education
 
Teaching Areas:
Clinical Supervision, Practicum and Student Teaching Seminars, Conflict Resolution Education, Classroom Action Research, Teaching as a Profession
 
Professional Affiliations:
American Educational Research Association (AERA), member
National Association of Professional Development Schools (NAPDS), Charter member
Ohio Association of Teacher Educators (OATE), member
Association of Teacher Educators (ATE), member
 
Professional Experience:
2005- Present Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio
Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Curriculum & Foundations
College of Education and Human Services

2003- 2005 Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio
Term Professor, Department of Curriculum and Foundations
College of Education and Human Services

2000-2003 Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio
Visiting Professor, Department of Curriculum and Foundations
College of Education and Human Services

1991-1999 Notre Dame College of Ohio, Cleveland, Ohio
Adjunct Professor, Department of Special Education

1985- 2000 Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio
Supervisor, Lecturer and Program Coordinator, Office of Field Services
College of Education

1982 -1999 Notre Dame College of Ohio, Cleveland, Ohio
Part-time Instructor, Department of Education
Supervisor of Student Teachers, Department of Education

1977-1984 Indian Hills Elementary School, Euclid, Ohio
Special Education Teacher of Children with Learning Disabilities
 
University Service:
University Partnership Committee, Chairperson, COEHS, 2006-2008
Teacher Education Council, COEHS, 2004 - 2008
 
Professional Service:
University Representative, Cleveland Municipal School District Center City Committee
Member, Westlake Public Schools Continuous Improvement Plan Monitoring Committee
Member, Euclid Public Schools High School Transformation Team
Member, Conflict Resolution Education in Teacher Education (CRETE) Site Team,
        COEHS, CSU          
Member, Focus Group for Programs for Children of Incarcerated Parents, Diocese of  
        Cleveland
 
Community Service:
Co-Chairperson, Team CSU, Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, 2006
Instructor, Adult and Childrens's Education Programs, St. Ladislas Church, Westlake, OH, 2000-present
 
Research Grants:
Center for Urban School Collaboration (CUSC) Grant, Pre-service Teacher Assessment, 2005  
    
MIMIC Technology Grant, Cleveland State University, 2003