À propos du Dr Schneider

 

About Dr Schneider


Dr Schneider is a full member of the American Psychological Association, the International Dyslexia Association, and the Phi Beta Kappa international honor society. She holds a PhD in Special Education (Disability & Psychoeducational Studies); an EdS in Language, Reading, and Culture (Educational Applied Linguistics); and an MA in Educational Psychology. Dr Schneider also holds a summa cum laude BA in English. All of her degrees were awarded by the University of Arizona, where she was named College of Education Outstanding Graduate.
  • PhD in Special Education 
  • EdS in Language and Reading 
  • MA in Educational Psychology  
  • Member, American Psychological Association 
  • Member, International Dyslexia Association
Dr Schneider is an internationally recognized expert in learning disorders whose work in the fields of special education and educational psychology appears in the Cambridge Handbook of Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis, the Journal of Reading Psychology, the International Dyslexia Association's Journal of Reading & Writing, the Sage Encyclopedia of Abnormal Clinical Psychology, the Wiley Encyclopedia of Clinical Psychology, Springer's Handbook of Intelligence, Brookes' Learning Disabilities and Challenging Behaviors, and Wiley's Woodcock-Johnson IV: Reports, Recommendations, and Strategies, among others.
Dr Schneider serves as instructional faculty at the University of Arizona and has served as an evaluator and research associate on multi-year, federally-funded projects in the areas of behavioral intervention and reading remediation. Dr Schneider has been invited to present her academic work and research at various international conferences, including the annual conferences of the International Dyslexia Association, the Council for Exceptional Children, the International Academy of Research in Learning Disabilities, and the Learning Disabilities Association.
 
Dr. Schneider has extensive experience in English language instruction. She served for five years as an adjunct professor of English at a vocational college in a border region of the United States, and she worked for two years at a Swiss language school where she provided English language instruction to individual and corporate clients. She also has experience teaching English as a second language to Swiss primary school students and American high school students.

Dr Schneider, de langue maternelle anglaise, est membre de l'American Psychological Association et de l'International Dyslexia Association. Elle est titulaire d'un PhD en éducation spécialisée; un EdS (diplôme d’études universitaires supérieures) en langue, lecture et culture (linguistique appliquée à l'éducation); et une MA en psychologie pédagogique. Dr Schneider est également titulaire d'un BA summa cum laude en anglais. Tous ses diplômes ont été décernés par l'Université de l'Arizona, où elle a été nommée College of Education Outstanding Graduate.

  • PhD en éducation spécialisée
  • EdS en langue et lecture
  • MA en psychologie pédagogique 
  • Membre, American Psychological Association 
  • Membre, International Dyslexia Association 
Dr Schneider possède une vaste expérience dans l’enseignement de l’anglais. Elle a travaillé pendant cinq ans en tant que professeur d’anglais dans une école professionnelle aux États-Unis, et elle a travaillé pendant deux ans dans une école de langue en Suisse où elle a enseigné des cours d’anglais privés et en petits groupes à des clients professionnels et privés. Elle a également enseigné l'anglais comme langue secondaire à des élevés d’école primaire en Suisse et à des élèves d’école secondaire aux Etats-Unis.

 

Dr Schneider est une experte de renommée internationale dans les domaines de l'éducation spécialisée et de la psychologie pédagogique. Ses recherches ont été publiées dans le Cambridge Handbook of Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis, le Journal of Reading Psychology, le Journal of Reading & Writing de l'International Dyslexia Association, la Sage Encyclopedia of Abnormal Clinical Psychology, l’Encyclopedia of Clinical Psychology de Wiley, le Handbook of Intelligence de Springer, Learning Disabilities and Challenging Behaviors de Brookes, et Woodcock-Johnson IV: Reports, Recommendations and Strategies de Wiley, entre autres.
Dr Schneider est professeure adjointe à l'Université de l'Arizona et elle a été évaluateur et chercheuse dans les domaines de l'intervention comportementale (5 ans) et des problèmes d’apprentissage liés à la lecture (2 ans). Dr Schneider a été invité à présenter ses recherches à diverses conférences internationales, notamment les conférences annuelles de l'International Dyslexia Association, du Council for Exceptional Children, de l’International Academy of Research in Learning Disabilities, et de la Learning Disabilities Association.


Dr Schneider's Curriculum Vitae

Education

University of Arizona 

Ph.D. in Special Education (Minor in Educational Technology)

• University of Arizona College of Education Outstanding Graduate for 2015

• University of Arizona College of Education Commencement Speaker for 2015

• Dissertation Research Published in Reading Psychology (2015)

 

Ed.S. in Language, Reading, and Culture (Minor in Educational Technology)

• Wakonse Arizona Fellow

 

M.A. in Educational Psychology (Minor in Educational Technology)

Summa cum Laude

 

B.A. in English (Thematic Minor in K-12 Education)

Summa cum Laude 

Phi Beta Kappa

 

Recent Employment

Adjunct Instructional Faculty, University of Arizona Department of Educational Technology (2017 to present) 

• Teach graduate courses in learning theory and the design of instructional and e-learning technologies

• Design and deliver course materials, activities, and assessments using a variety of e-learning technologies

 

Designated College Colleague, University of Arizona College of Education (2015 to present) 

• Supervise graduate research associates and collaborate with faculty and other stakeholders on ongoing research projects, publications, and grant writing activities

 

Adjunct Instructional Faculty, Brown Mackie College, Tucson, Arizona (2010 to 2015) 

• Taught courses in psychology and language/letters to students in post-secondary vocational programs

• Designed and delivered course materials, activities, and assessments in-person and using a variety of e-learning technologies

 

Research Associate & Tech. Specialist, University of Arizona Department of Educational Leadership (2007 to 2012) 

• Designed and developed multimedia curricular materials, educational websites, and professional newsletters

• Collaborated with faculty and education professionals on research and grant writing activities 

 

 

Recent Contracts

Contract Research Developer and Curriculum Designer, MindPlay, Inc., Tucson, Arizona (2015 to present)

• Design, execute, and manage efficacy and validity research for e-learning software and assessments

• Create and edit scope and sequence, curriculum, and content for educational software products

 

External Evaluator, Department of Defense Education Activity Agency (2014 to 2017)

• Designed and executed qualitative and quantitative evaluations for a six-figure (USD) federally-funded initiative to improve K-12 education on US military bases using e-learning technologies

 

Research as Principle Investigator & Project Manager

Schneider, D., Chambers, A., Mather, N., Bauschatz (in data analysis phase)

• Designed, managed, and executed a large one-year, quasi-experimental study involving over 200 participants and nine research team members

 

Schneider, D., Chambers, A., Mather, N., Bauschatz, R., Bauer, M., & Doan, L. (2015)

• Designed, managed, and executed a large one-year, quasi-experimental study involving over 170 participants and 11 research team members

 

Selected Publications

Articles 

Schneider, D. & Mather, N. (2017). Achievement tests. The Encyclopedia of Abnormal Clinical Psychology. 

New York: Sage Press. 

 

Schneider, D. & Mather, N. (2017). Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act. The Encyclopedia of 

Abnormal Clinical Psychology. New York: Sage Press. 

 

Schneider, D. & Mather, N. (2017). Reading disability. The Encyclopedia of Abnormal Clinical Psychology. 

New York: Sage Press. 

 

Cohen, R., Mather, N., Schneider, D., & White, J. (2017). A comparison of schools: teacher knowledge of 

explicit, code-based reading instruction. Reading & Writing. 

 

Schneider, D., Chambers, A., Mather, N., Bauschatz, R., Bauer, M., & Doan, L. (2015). The effects of an ICT-

based reading intervention on students' achievement in grade two. Reading Psychology. 37(5), 793-

831. 

 

Schneider, D., & Mather N. (2014). Achievement testing. In R. Cautin and S. Lilienfeld (Eds.). The 

Encyclopedia of Clinical Psychology. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. 

 

Chapters 

Mather, N. Jaffe, L., & Schneider, S. (2016). Mathematics: Basic skills. In N. Mather, & L. Jaffe. Woodcock-

Johnson IV: Reports, Recommendations, and Strategies. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. 

 

Mather, N. Jaffe, L., & Schneider, S. (2016). Mathematics: Problem solving strategies. In N. Mather, & L. Jaffe. 

Woodcock-Johnson IV: Reports, Recommendations, and Strategies. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. 

 

Mather, N., Goldstein, S., Eklund, K., & Schneider, S. (2015). Chapter 8: Achievement testing. In N. Mather, S. 

Goldstein, & K. Eklund. Learning Disabilities and Challenging Behaviors. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. 

Brookes. 

 

Mather, N., & Schneider, D. (2015). The use of intelligence tests in the diagnosis of specific reading disability. 

In S. Goldstein, D. Princiotta, and J. A. Naglieri (Eds.). Handbook of intelligence: Evolutionary theory, 

historical perspective, and current concepts (pp. 415-433). New York, NY: Springer. 

 

 

Professional Affiliations

Member, American Psychological Association

Member, International Dyslexia Association

Member, Phi Beta Kappa

 

Evaluator Qualifications

High-Level, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Level C, Pearson