Dr. Noraian is both a veteran secondary school history teacher and university history department faculty member continuing to challenge how history is taught and interpreted. She is active in the professional development of teachers and efforts to reform schools and increase urban partnerships.
265.096Curriculum And Pedagogical Issues In A Global Society
285.099History Study Abroad
390.001History-Social Science Teaching Methodology II
Before joining the department, Monica Noraian taught United States and World History for many years in the Chicagoland area at both West Chicago High School and Adlai E. Stevenson High School. She holds a middle school and secondary teaching certificate and an administrative certificate. Her areas of endorsement are History and the Social Sciences as well as German Language. She has published and presented widely on teaching History and the Social Sciences. Her dissertation is titled Sarah Raymond Fitzwilliam--The nation's first female school superintendent (1874-1892): a biography of one woman learning to dare and daring to lead and become a book in 2009. Dr. Noraian continues to write, present, serve, and teach in the field of history - social sciences education.
Germany & History Education