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Patricia McFall, MA

Patricia McFall, is an education and curriculum consultant and adjunct professor at Concordia University Chicago. During her sixteen years in the Chicago Public School System, she served in many different capacities: teacher, coach, director, and administrator.  In addition, she served as an elected school board member in one of the largest school districts in Illinois.  Her workshops include: Reading Strategies, Writing Workshop, Robust Vocabulary, Common Core Standards, Assessment, RtI (Response to Intervention), and Leadership to name a few.

While Patricia has M.A. degrees in School Leadership and Curriculum and Instruction, from Concordia University Chicago, she is working on an Ed.D. in School Leadership. Her undergraduate degree is from Purdue University.

Educational honors include nominations for Golden Apple and Kohl McCormick.  She is a member of Who’s Who Amongst America’s Teachers, and participated in a delegation in Beijing, China sponsored by the People To People Ambassador Program. She is a member of ASCD, International/Illinois Reading Association, National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Incorporated, Delta Kappa Gamma Society, International, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.

Patricia’s presentational style is packed full of enthusiasm, personality, and charisma!