Professor Paul Blohm
I'm a senior professor in the School of Education. My doctorate is in Curriculum & Instruction - Reading from the University of Wisconsin. I began my teaching career as a middle school English teacher and then served as a reading specialist and consultant. Now in higher education, I currently work with preservice and inservice teachers in both the elementary and secondary schools in the areas of developmental, corrective, content-area, and critical reading. I have authored professional journal articles, instructional CDs and video podcasts, and presented at numerous state, regional, and national education conferences. My current research interests include technology and teaching, hyper-reading strategies, balanced reading programs, and alternative reading assessment techniques.
Here are the classes that I am currently teaching. Click on each bulleted course number in left column to view the current course syllabus.
- EDUC E340: Methods of Teaching Reading in the Elementary Classroom I
- EDUC M464 : Teaching Reading (in the Secondary Content Area Classroom)