Steve Schneider is the Senior Program Director of WestEd’s Mathematics, Science, and Technology Program and serves as the Principal Investigator (PI) of the $12.2 million National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Center for Assessment and Evaluation of Student Learning (CAESL), the California K-12 Mathematics Implementation Study, the National Assessment Governing Board’s (NAGB) 2009 NAEP science framework development project and the 2012 NAEP Technological Literacy framework project, and is the Principal Investigator of three efficacy studies of educational interventions.
He was also the Co-PI/Project Director for the development the AYA (High School) Science teacher assessment for the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards and a lead evaluator of numerous large-scale evaluation efforts for NSF and the U.S. Department of Education (ED). Schneider has served as the evaluation chairperson for National Network of Eisenhower Mathematics and Science Consortia and Clearinghouse and also represented the Network on the ED’s Mathematics and Science Expert Panels.
He has over 35 years of science, mathematics and technology education experience, including K-12 pre-service teacher education at Stanford University and University of California; high school science teaching in biology, physics, and oceanography; and planning and conducting teacher and administrator professional development. He has published numerous articles on science, mathematics and technology education, professional development, and teacher preparation.
Schneider received a PhD from Stanford University in the design and evaluation of educational programs with an emphasis in science, mathematics, and technology education; a BA in biology from the University of California, Berkeley; and a State of California Life Teaching Credential from California State University, San Jose.
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