Deborah Schmalholz
Instructor and Field Supervisor, Secondary Education Program
Educational Inquiry and Curriculum Studies
College of Education
(773) 442-5571
English Language Arts, History and Interdisciplinary Education; Curriculum and Instruction K-12; Supervision and Administration K-12
Courses Taught
SCED 304E: Clinical Experiences in the Secondary School: English
SCED 304H: Clinical Experiences in the Secondary School: History
SCED 305E: Secondary Student Teaching and Seminar in English
SCED 305H: Secondary Student Teaching and Seminar in History
Research Interests

Ed.D.Curriculum and Supervision
Northern Illinois University

M.A.American Studies
Northeastern Illinois University

B.A. American Studies
Dominican University, Illinois

Illinois Certifications

English Language Arts Grades 6-12 (Type 09)

General Administrative (Type 75)


Dr. Schmalholz is both an alumna of Northeastern (M.A. American Studies) as well as an instructor and field supervisor in various undergraduate and graduate programs in the College of Education.  A secondary educator with teaching experience in interdisciplinary American Studies and English Language Arts in high school and college settings, she also has extensive experience as a K-12 administrator, professional developer, curriculum developer, school improvement coach, and change agent. 

LWH 4010 (EICS Office)
5500 North Saint Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

(773) 442-5571
Office Hours
Office hours by appointment
Main Campus