Dr. Amy Schlieve

Office: 240D Heritage Hall
Phone: 715/232-1332
Email: schlievea@uwstout.edu

Education

2009 - 2013 University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN
Ed. Specialist - Administration

1997 - 2000 University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN.
Doctorate of Education - Leadership

1980 – 1984 University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Eau Claire, WI
Masters of Science – Behavior Disorders

1971 – 1976 University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Eau Claire, WI
Bachelor of Science – Special Education and Elementary Education

Professional experience 

2011 University of Wisconsin-Stout
Menomonie, WI

Full Professor – Program Director

2011 – present: Program Director-Special Education.   Full Professor, School of Education; College of Human Development, Department of Education; School Counseling; School Psychology.  Responsibilities: Program Director, develop and maintain yearly Assessment in the Major, DPI and NCATE reports, Develop and teach coursework (face-to-face and online) regarding exceptionalities in learning and behavior exhibited by school-aged children.  Courses taught include: behavior analysis, diagnostics and assessment, functional behavior assessment, characteristics of children with disabilities, curriculum and methods for children with mild, moderate and severe learning and behavioral difficulties, inclusionary practices, and research.  Additional duties include supervision of undergraduate and graduate student teachers, practicum and clinical students, thesis advisor and student advisement.  Other additional duties include Faculty senator, Grant writing, Faculty Outreach Coordinator, Search and Screen Chair, department, college, university, state and national committees.

2002  to 2011 University of Wisconsin-Stout  
Menomonie, WI

Associate Professor – Program Director
1998-2002  Assistant Professor
            
2005 – to present: Program Director-Special Education.   Associate Professor, School of Education; 2002 to 2004: Associate Professor, College of Human Development, Department of Education; School Counseling; School Psychology.  Responsibilities: Develop and teach coursework regarding exceptionalities in learning and behavior exhibited by school-aged children.  Courses taught include: behavior analysis, diagnostics and assessment, functional behavior assessment, characteristics of children with disabilities, curriculum and methods for children with mild, moderate and severe learning and behavioral difficulties, inclusionary practices, and research.  Additional duties include supervision of undergraduate and graduate student teachers, practicum and clinical students, thesis advisor and student advisement.  Other additional duties include Faculty senator, Grant writing, Faculty Outreach Coordinator, Search and Screen Chair, department, college, university, state and national committees.

1992-1998 University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Academic Faculty

Academic faculty, College of Professional Studies, School of Education, Department of Special Education.  Responsibilities: Develop and teach coursework regarding exceptionalities in learning and behavior exhibited by school-aged children.  Courses taught included: behavior analysis, characteristics of children with disabilities, curriculum and methods for children with mild, moderate and severe learning and behavioral difficulties, inclusionary practices, and child abuse and neglect.  Additional duties included supervision of undergraduate and graduate student teachers, practicum and students, thesis/comprehensive exam advisor. 
1988-1992 University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Adjunct Faculty

Adjunct Faculty, College of Professional Studies, School of Education, Department of Special Education.  Responsibilities: teach coursework regarding exceptionalities in learning and behavior.

1990-1992 Eau Claire Area School District
Coordinator, CACTUS
Primary author and coordinator of collaborative program model for delinquent, at-risk and exceptional needs adolescents.

1988-1992 Eau Claire Area School District
Emotional Disturbance Specialist
Classroom teacher and case manager for children with emotional disturbance and learning and cognitive disabilities.

1984-1988 Altoona School District
Emotional Disturbance and Cognitive Disability Specialist
Classroom teacher and case manager for children with emotional disturbance, learning and cognitive disabilities.

1981-1984 Clinicare Corporation
Individualized Classroom Teacher
Classroom teacher and case manager for children with emotional disturbance, learning and cognitive disabilities.
1977-1981 Learning Tree Preschool
Owner/Teacher
Owner and teacher for preschool aged children, with and without exceptionalities.

Publications Juried/Refereed/Peer Reviewed (selected)

Schlieve, A.C. & Bavolek, S.J. Developing Nurturing Values and Skills in 
      Children: Kindergarten to 3rd Grade,  1st Edition 2013 Copyright by    
      Family Development Resources, Inc. Printed in the United States of
      the United States of America

Schlieve, A.C. & Bavolek, S.J. Developing Nurturing Values and Skills in
      Children: 4 to 6th Grade,  1st Edition 2013 Copyright by    
      Family Development Resources, Inc. Printed in the United States of
      the United States of America

Schlieve, A.C. & Bavolek, S.J. It’s All About Being in Middle School
      1st Edition 2013 Copyright by Family Development Resources, Inc.    
      Printed in the United States of America

Bavolek, S.J., Schlieve, A.C., Bavolek, C.T. It’s All About Being in 
      Middle School: Student Handbook.  1st Edition 2013 Copyright by    
      Family Development Resources, Inc. Printed in the United States of
      the United States of America

Bavolek, S. J., & Schlieve, A.C. It’s All About Being a Teen®, 1st Edition
      2011 Copyright by Family Development Resources, Inc. Printed in
      the United States of America

Bavolek, S. J., & Schlieve, A.C. Nurturing Skills for Teens and Teen
     Parents®, 1st Edition 2009 Copyright by Family Development 
     Resources, Inc. Printed in the United States of America (out of print
     due to revision)

Bavolek, S.J., Schlieve, A. & Holten, G. Teacher Nurturing Training®,
     2nd Edition 2009 Copyright by Family Development Resources, Inc
   . Printed in the United States of America

Nyland, R. R., & Schlieve, A. C., (2008). The Women Society Leaves 
      Behind,Disability and Society Journal. Unpublished..

Schlieve, A.C., Livingston, C.M., Nyland, R.R., (2005). The Loss of United 
      States Capital: The Children We Leave Behind.  Submitted manuscript. 
      Unpublished.

Schlieve, A.C., (2005)  Leveling the playing field, A higher education myth. In progress.  Unpublished.
Schlieve, A.C. (2003). Transition to adulthood: Resources for professionals and adults working with individuals with emotional/behavior disorders.  Project for Wisconsin Department of Instruction.
Schlieve, A.C., Varnavas, C (2003)  Just in time: askABLE.   Unpublished.
Schlieve, A.C. (2000).  Primary prevention of child abuse: The development    of the Children’s Parenting Inventory (CPI) to identify high-risk parenting attitudes among middle school children.  Doctoral Dissertation, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN.
Snider, V.E., Hazelkorn, M.N., Schlieve, A., and Waldhart-Adams, J. (1992).  Assessment: module 8.  Cooperative Educational Service Agency No. 5, Project SELECT.  Portage, WI.

Grants Awarded (selected)

Varnavas, C. & Schlieve, A. (2002). Teachable moments faculty development to support students with disabilities in postsecondary settings. United States Department of Education, $314,220.  Funded.
Schlieve, A. (2000).  Developing the children’s parenting Inventory.  Mini-Grant.  College of Human Development.  Funded.

Additional professional activities International Presentations (selected)

Schlieve, A. It’s All About Being a Teen – Research presentation. 2012. International Nurturing Conference. October 2012.
O’Connor, T., Schlieve, A., Stanton, J. 2009-2013. Berlin or Boston? Cork Institute of Technology, Cork, Ireland.

Schlieve, A. It’s All About Being a Teen. 2010 International Nurturing Conference. April 2010.

Oxford, England.  Oxford Roundtable, Jesus College.   Invited participant.  March 2003.
Asheville, North Carolina.  International Nurturing Conference. Child Parenting Inventory.  October 2000.

Presentations (selected)

Schlieve, A. AD/HD – Educational Implications. Prescott School District.Fall 2010

Schlieve, A. FBA, Implications for Educators. Escanaba, MI. Fall 2010.


Schlieve, A. The Art and Science of Differential Instruction.  The Manor, Jonesville, MI. Spring 2010.

Schlieve, A. FBA, Implications for Special Educators. Chetek, WI. Fall 2009.

Schlieve, A. Universal Design in the Classroom. Houghton, MI. Fall
      2009.

Schlieve, A. Action Research in the Classroom. Naketani Teaching and Learning Center. Summer 2008.

Weber, D., Anderson, C., Becker, S., Giertz, K., McIntyre,B., Maranda, A., Nyland,R., & Schlieve, A. (2007, January). Managing conflict in the academic workplace. Presentation at University of Wisconsin-Stout’s Professional Development Day, Menomonie, WI.

Linhue, Kawaii.  National Conference on Children with Developmental    Disabilities.  Transitioning to Postsecondary Education.  February 2003.
Honolulu, Hawaii. Pac Rim Conference on Disabilities.  Just-in-Time.  February 2003.
Honolulu, Hawaii.  Pac Rim Conference on Disabilities.  Ask ABLE  Just In Time Training for Postsecondary Education.  March 2002.
Albuquerque, New Mexico.  National Child Abuse Conference.  Assessing High-Risk Parenting Skills – Twenty-Year Longitudinal Study.  April 2001.


Over 50 state presentations and keynote addresses.  Topics: Leadership, Sharing a Vision, Child abuse and neglect, teen pregnancy, childhood exceptionalities, childhood behavior, AD/HD, behavior support/behavior analysis for professionals working with individuals with disabilities, teaching individuals to manage their own behavior, and children with disabilities in schools.
Consultant 1992-Present
Over 75 consulting projects ranging from independent evaluations, specially designed programs to collaborative programs for schools, counties, and other agencies. 
Conduct specifically designed presentations/workshops/trainings for corporations – Developing a Shared Vision.
Expert Witness
Specializing in areas of emotional disturbance, behavior analysis, cognitive and learning disabilities, child and family issues.
Wisconsin State Legislative Subcommittee on Expulsion – Invited Expert.
United States Federal Court.  Madison, WI. 
Professional memberships Phi Delta Kappa International
International Council for Exceptional Children – MRDD, Behavior Disorders
International Nurturing Consultant – Family Development Resources
The Association of Higher Education and Disabilities – AHEAD  2002

Professional Service Past President, Wisconsin Council for Exceptional Children      2005-08
                                                                                                         
President, Wisconsin Council for Exceptional Children              2002-05                      
President-Elect, Wisconsin Council for Exceptional Children     2001
Past-President, WCEC-MRDD                                                           2001
President, WCEC-MRDD                                                                    1999-01
President-Elect, WCEC-MRDD                                                         1998-1999
Wisconsin-DPI- Criteria Revision Task Force                                   1997-2000
Wisconsin-DPI – Assessment Task Force                                        2000-2001

Awards received Nominated: Outstanding University Faculty. SWEA 2010
Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers and Educators – awarded - 2007
1999 – Making a Difference Award.  SCEC, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
1995 – Exceptional Educator.  Eau Claire Chamber of Commerce, Excellence in Education.

 

Amy Schlieve