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Amanda M. VanDerHeyden



Amanda VanDerHayden
Amanda M. VanDerHeyden
Amanda M. VanDerHeyden, Ph.D. is a private consultant and researcher who has worked as a researcher, consultant, and national trainer in a number of school districts and published more than 60 scholarly articles and book chapters related to RTI.

In 2006, Dr. VanDerHeyden was named to a National Center for Learning Disabilities advisory panel to provide guidance related to RTI. She is associate editor of School Psychology Review, serves on the editorial boards of several journals including School Psychology Quarterly and Journal of Early Intervention, is author of Essentials of Response to Intervention (with Dr. Matthew Burns), and Keeping RtI on Track: How to Identify, Repair, and Prevent Mistakes that Derail Implementation RtI (with Dr. David Tilly) and is co-editor of the Handbook of Response to Intervention.

Dr. VanDerHeyden received the 2006 Lightner Witmer Early Career Contributions Award from the APA for her scholarship on early intervention, RTI, and models of data-based decision making. She serves as research advisor to iSTEEP, a web-based data management system. Amanda lives on the gulf coast, has two young children, and is active in a number of organizations designed to improve educational outcomes locally and nationally.

 




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Amanda M. VanDerHeyden, Ph.D. is a private consultant and researcher who has worked as a researcher, consultant, and national trainer in a number of school districts and published more than 60 scholarly articles and book chapters related to RTI. In 2006, Dr. VanDerHeyden was named to a National Center for Learning Disabilities advisory panel to provide guidance related to RTI. She is associate editor of School Psychology Review, serves on the editorial boards of several journals including School Psychology Quarterly and Journal of Early Intervention, is author of Essentials of Response to Intervention (with Dr. Matthew Burns), and Keeping RtI on Track: How to Identify, Repair, and Prevent Mistakes that Derail Implementation RtI (with Dr. David Tilly) and is co-editor of the Handbook of Response to Intervention. Dr. VanDerHeyden received the 2006 Lightner Witmer Early Career Contributions Award from the APA for her scholarship on early intervention, RTI, and models of data-based decision making. She serves as research advisor to iSTEEP, a web-based data management system. Amanda lives on the gulf coast, has two young children, and is active in a number of organizations designed to improve educational outcomes locally and nationally.

 
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