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Dr. Edward Schultz

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Professor (Special Education)
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Bio

Dr. Edward Schultz is  currently is a Full Professor at the West College of Education at Midwestern State University (MSU. He is the co-author of the Core-Selective Evaluation Process (C-SEP) and has written numerous peer-reviewed articles, presented at the national and international level, and has provided trainings across the country to schools and state departments of education. Interests include SLD identification including Dyslexia , MTSS, and students with EBD. 


Institution Degree Graduation Date
University of North Texas Doctor Of Philosophy, Major Special Education with an emphasis of study in the Doctoral Leadership 2007
Midwestern State University Master’s of Education, Major: Special Education 2002
Midwestern State University Bachelor’s of Science in Education, Major: Special Education, Minor: Kinesiology 1999
Employer Position Start Date End Date
Allen ISD Educational Diagnostician 01/01/2004 05/01/2005
Midwestern State University Assistant Professor
WFISD, Lewisville ISD Special Ed Teacher 01/01/2004

Schultz, E.K., (2017). Identifying specific learning disabilities using a pattern of strengths and weaknesses approach: Core-selective evaluation procedures.  American Council on Rural Special Education (ACRES) conference proceedings.

Schultz, E.K., & Stephens-Pisecco, T.L. (2017). Using the Core-Selective Evaluation Process (C-SEP) to identify a pattern of strengths and weaknesses The Dialog, 46,9-15.

Schrank, F.A, Stephens-Pisecco, T.L., & Schultz, E.K. (2017). The Core-Selective Evaluation Process Applied to Identification of Specific Learning Disability (Woodcock-Johnson IV Assessment Service Bulletin No. 8). Itasca, IL: Houghton Mifflin Hardcourt. 

 

Schultz, E.K., & Stephens, T. (2015). Core Selective Evaluation Process: An Efficient & Comprehensive Approach to Identify SLD using the WJ-IV. The Dialog, 44,5-13.

 

Schultz, E.K., Stephens, T., & Lyndt, S.  (2015). Reducing DNQ’s:  Why they Occur and Suggested Practices for Reducing Their Occurrence, Preventing School Failure

 

Kwiatek, R., & Schultz, E.K. (2014). Using Informal Assessment Data to Support the Diagnosis of Specific Learning Disability., The Dialog, 43,12-15.

 

Schultz, E.K. (2014). Test Review: Woodcock-Johnson IV: Tests of Oral Language. The Dialog, 43, p.12.

 

Schultz, E.K., Simpson, C., McIntyre, C., & Owen, J. (2014) Service Delivery for High School Students with High Incidence Disabilities: Issues and Challenges. Journal of the American Academy of Special Education Professionals Winter 2015

 

 

Schultz, E.K., & Simpson, C. G. (2013). Factors influencing teacher behavior with students with diverse learning and behavioral needs.  Journal of the American Academy of Special Education Professionals, Spring/Summer 2013.

 

Schultz, E.K. (2012). Book Review: Helping Children Learn: Intervention Handouts for Use in School and at Home. The Dialog, in press.

 

Schultz, E.K., Simpson, C., & Lynch, S. (2012). Specific learning disability identification: What constitutes a pattern of strengths and weaknesses?  Learning Disabilities, 18, 87-97.

 

Schultz, E.K, and Beechler, J. (2011). Young children of incarcerated parents: Increasing awareness and understanding. Early Years, 32, p 26-27.

 

Schultz, E.K. (2011). Book Review: Essentials of Specific Learning Disability Identification. The Dialog, 40, p.25.Schultz, E.K., (2017). Identifying specific learning disabilities using a pattern of strengths and weaknesses approach: Core-selective evaluation procedures.  American Council on Rural Special Education (ACRES) conference proceedings.

Schultz, E.K., & Stephens-Pisecco, T.L. (2017). Using the Core-Selective Evaluation Process (C-SEP) to identify a pattern of strengths and weaknesses The Dialog, 46,9-15.

Schrank, F.A, Stephens-Pisecco, T.L., & Schultz, E.K. (2017). The Core-Selective Evaluation Process Applied to Identification of Specific Learning Disability (Woodcock-Johnson IV Assessment Service Bulletin No. 8). Itasca, IL: Houghton Mifflin Hardcourt. 

 

Schultz, E.K., & Stephens, T. (2015). Core Selective Evaluation Process: An Efficient & Comprehensive Approach to Identify SLD using the WJ-IV. The Dialog, 44,5-13.

 

Schultz, E.K., Stephens, T., & Lyndt, S.  (2015). Reducing DNQ’s:  Why they Occur and Suggested Practices for Reducing Their Occurrence, Preventing School Failure

 

Kwiatek, R., & Schultz, E.K. (2014). Using Informal Assessment Data to Support the Diagnosis of Specific Learning Disability., The Dialog, 43,12-15.

 

Schultz, E.K. (2014). Test Review: Woodcock-Johnson IV: Tests of Oral Language. The Dialog, 43, p.12.

 

Schultz, E.K., Simpson, C., McIntyre, C., & Owen, J. (2014) Service Delivery for High School Students with High Incidence Disabilities: Issues and Challenges. Journal of the American Academy of Special Education Professionals Winter 2015

 

 

Schultz, E.K., & Simpson, C. G. (2013). Factors influencing teacher behavior with students with diverse learning and behavioral needs.  Journal of the American Academy of Special Education Professionals, Spring/Summer 2013.

 

Schultz, E.K. (2012). Book Review: Helping Children Learn: Intervention Handouts for Use in School and at Home. The Dialog, in press.

 

Schultz, E.K., Simpson, C., & Lynch, S. (2012). Specific learning disability identification: What constitutes a pattern of strengths and weaknesses?  Learning Disabilities, 18, 87-97.

 

Schultz, E.K, and Beechler, J. (2011). Young children of incarcerated parents: Increasing awareness and understanding. Early Years, 32, p 26-27.

 

Schultz, E.K. (2011). Book Review: Essentials of Specific Learning Disability Identification. The Dialog, 40, p.25.

Schultz, E.K., (2017). Identifying specific learning disabilities using a pattern of strengths and weaknesses approach: Core-selective evaluation procedures.  American Council on Rural Special Education (ACRES) conference proceedings.

Schultz, E.K., & Stephens-Pisecco, T.L. (2017). Using the Core-Selective Evaluation Process (C-SEP) to identify a pattern of strengths and weaknesses The Dialog, 46,9-15.

Schrank, F.A, Stephens-Pisecco, T.L., & Schultz, E.K. (2017). The Core-Selective Evaluation Process Applied to Identification of Specific Learning Disability (Woodcock-Johnson IV Assessment Service Bulletin No. 8). Itasca, IL: Houghton Mifflin Hardcourt. 

 

Schultz, E.K., & Stephens, T. (2015). Core Selective Evaluation Process: An Efficient & Comprehensive Approach to Identify SLD using the WJ-IV. The Dialog, 44,5-13.

 

Schultz, E.K., Stephens, T., & Lyndt, S.  (2015). Reducing DNQ’s:  Why they Occur and Suggested Practices for Reducing Their Occurrence, Preventing School Failure

 

Kwiatek, R., & Schultz, E.K. (2014). Using Informal Assessment Data to Support the Diagnosis of Specific Learning Disability., The Dialog, 43,12-15.

 

Schultz, E.K. (2014). Test Review: Woodcock-Johnson IV: Tests of Oral Language. The Dialog, 43, p.12.

 

Schultz, E.K., Simpson, C., McIntyre, C., & Owen, J. (2014) Service Delivery for High School Students with High Incidence Disabilities: Issues and Challenges. Journal of the American Academy of Special Education Professionals Winter 2015

 

 

Schultz, E.K., & Simpson, C. G. (2013). Factors influencing teacher behavior with students with diverse learning and behavioral needs.  Journal of the American Academy of Special Education Professionals, Spring/Summer 2013.

 

Schultz, E.K. (2012). Book Review: Helping Children Learn: Intervention Handouts for Use in School and at Home. The Dialog, in press.

 

Schultz, E.K., Simpson, C., & Lynch, S. (2012). Specific learning disability identification: What constitutes a pattern of strengths and weaknesses?  Learning Disabilities, 18, 87-97.

 

Schultz, E.K, and Beechler, J. (2011). Young children of incarcerated parents: Increasing awareness and understanding. Early Years, 32, p 26-27.

 

Schultz, E.K. (2011). Book Review: Essentials of Specific Learning Disability Identification. The Dialog, 40, p.25.

Schultz, E.K., (2017). Identifying specific learning disabilities using a pattern of strengths and weaknesses approach: Core-selective evaluation procedures.  American Council on Rural Special Education (ACRES) conference proceedings.

Schultz, E.K., & Stephens-Pisecco, T.L. (2017). Using the Core-Selective Evaluation Process (C-SEP) to identify a pattern of strengths and weaknesses The Dialog, 46,9-15.

Schrank, F.A, Stephens-Pisecco, T.L., & Schultz, E.K. (2017). The Core-Selective Evaluation Process Applied to Identification of Specific Learning Disability (Woodcock-Johnson IV Assessment Service Bulletin No. 8). Itasca, IL: Houghton Mifflin Hardcourt. 

 

Schultz, E.K., & Stephens, T. (2015). Core Selective Evaluation Process: An Efficient & Comprehensive Approach to Identify SLD using the WJ-IV. The Dialog, 44,5-13.

 

Schultz, E.K., Stephens, T., & Lyndt, S.  (2015). Reducing DNQ’s:  Why they Occur and Suggested Practices for Reducing Their Occurrence, Preventing School Failure

 

Kwiatek, R., & Schultz, E.K. (2014). Using Informal Assessment Data to Support the Diagnosis of Specific Learning Disability., The Dialog, 43,12-15.

 

Schultz, E.K. (2014). Test Review: Woodcock-Johnson IV: Tests of Oral Language. The Dialog, 43, p.12.

 

Schultz, E.K., Simpson, C., McIntyre, C., & Owen, J. (2014) Service Delivery for High School Students with High Incidence Disabilities: Issues and Challenges. Journal of the American Academy of Special Education Professionals Winter 2015

 

 

Schultz, E.K., & Simpson, C. G. (2013). Factors influencing teacher behavior with students with diverse learning and behavioral needs.  Journal of the American Academy of Special Education Professionals, Spring/Summer 2013.

 

Schultz, E.K. (2012). Book Review: Helping Children Learn: Intervention Handouts for Use in School and at Home. The Dialog, in press.

 

Schultz, E.K., Simpson, C., & Lynch, S. (2012). Specific learning disability identification: What constitutes a pattern of strengths and weaknesses?  Learning Disabilities, 18, 87-97.

 

Schultz, E.K, and Beechler, J. (2011). Young children of incarcerated parents: Increasing awareness and understanding. Early Years, 32, p 26-27.

 

Schultz, E.K. (2011). Book Review: Essentials of Specific Learning Disability Identification. The Dialog, 40, p.25.

 

 

Schultz, E.K. (2010).Specific Learning Disability Report: The Importance of Professional Judgment. Report published in  Comprehensive Evaluations: Case Reports for Psychologists, Diagnosticians, and Special Educators, by Nancy Mather and Lynne E. Jaffe, Wiley Publishing.

 

Owen, J.C. & Schultz, E.K. (2010). Response to intervention: A secondary administrator’s perspective. Texas Study of Secondary Education, Spring 2010, 18-20.

 

            Hale, J., Alfonso, V., Berninger, V., Bracken, B., Christo, C., Clark, E., ...Schultz, E.K. (2010). Critical Issues in response-to-intervention, comprehensive evaluation, and specific learning disabilities identification and intervention: An expert white paper consensus. Working document.  (Accepted for publication).

 

Schultz, E.K. (2010). Test accommodations for students with disabilities in statewide assessments: What we now know. The Dialog, 39, 2-6.

 

Schultz, E.K., & Stephens, T. (2009). SLD Identification: An Analysis of State Policies, Academic Exchange Quarterly, Winter 2009, Volume 13, Issue 4.

 

Schultz, E.K. (2009). TExES 153 Educational Diagnostician Preparation Practice Exam, Certify Teachers, Simulados Software. Spring, TX.

 

Schultz, E.K. (2009). Response to Intervention for School Leaders, Attainment Publishing, Verona, WI.

 

Schultz, E.K. (2009). SLD Evaluation: Linking Cognitive Assessment Data to Learning Strategies. LDA, NewsBrief. Retrieved http://www.ldanatl.org/newsbriefs/index.asp.

 

            Fritsch, R., Stephens, T., Wiebe, M., & Schultz, E. (2009). A survey of teacher educators proficiency at integrating technology into the curriculum for K-12 students. National Social Science Perspectives.

 

Schultz, E.K., & Stephens, T.L. (2009). Utilizing professional judgement within the SLD eligibility determination process: Guidelines for educational diagnosticians and ARD committee members. The Dialog, 38, 3-6.

 

Schultz, E.K. (2008) Instructor Manual:Assessment of Children: Cognitive Foundations, Fifth Edition’ Sattler Publishing: La Mesa: CA 

 

Coburn, L., Hughes, A., Kubo, A., & Schultz, E.K. (2007). Key components of effective programming for students with emotional/behavioral disorders: Practitioner’s viewpoints. In L.M. Bullock, & R.A. Gable (Eds.), Educating Troubled Children, Youth: Innovative Approaches, Alternative Settings, and Multidisciplinary Collaboration Resulting in Positive Outcomes. Arlington, VA: Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders.