Graduate Faculty - Adjunct
Daryl Hanneman is a licensed school psychologist, serving two K-12 school districts near Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He also teaches courses for paraeducators and facilitates a batterers’ education program for the Department of Corrections. Daryl has taught various courses for MLC during the summer session. He will teach an online course for MLC in the area of special education.
Daryl grew up in Sanborn, Minnesota where he attended Zion Lutheran School until enrolling in Martin Luther Academy. After graduating from MLA, he enrolled in DMLC where he met his wife, Shirley. He taught grades 5-8 in a WELS school in western Minnesota along with his wife, who taught grades K-4.
After ten years in the classroom, Daryl began work as a school psychologist. He has been a school psychologist for 23 years. His academic interests include interventions for struggling readers, assistive technology, and special education services. Daryl and Shirley have two daughters and two granddaughters. Traveling, gardening, tinkering with technology, and trying to finish his first novel take up his spare time.
MS University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee WI: Educational Psychology
BS Dr. Martin Luther College, New Ulm MN: Education