Faculty & Staff Profiles

Bethanne Shriner

Ph.D.
Human Development and Family Studies

Office: 145 Heritage Hall
Phone: 715/232-1260
Email: shrinerb@uwstout.edu

Education

  • Ph.D. Child Development
    • Florida State University
    • Dissertation: Predictors of Academic Achievement during Early Childhood
    • 2007
  • M.S. Applied Family and Child Studies
    • Northern Illinois University
    • 2003
  • B.S. Child Development
    • Northern Illinois University
    • 2001

Research Interests

Social Capital on Academic Achievement

Parents Overindulgence

Child Care

Child Guidance/Classroom Management

Courses Taught

HDFS-124: Human Development-Early Childhood

HDFS-255: Lifespan Development

 Textbooks

  • Lifespan Development: A Topical Approach
    • Bridgepoint Education, San Diego, CA
    • With M. Shriner
    • Upcoming in 2014
  • Supporting Children's Socialization in Multiple Contexts: A Developmental Approach
    • Bridgepoint Education, San Diego, CA
    • With K. Bojczyk and M. Shriner
    • 2012

Refereed Publications

  • Variation in Family Structure and School Age Children's Academic Achievement: A Social and Resource Capital Perspective
    • Marriage and Family Review
    • With M. Shriner and R. Mullis
    • 2010
  • Teachers' Perceptions, Attitudes and Beliefs Regarding Curriculum Integration
    • The Australian Educational Researcher
    • With M. Shriner and R. Libler
    • 2010
  • Social Studies Instruction: Changing Teacher Confidence in Classrooms Enhanced by Technology
    • The Social Studies 101
    • 37-45
    • With M. Shriner and R. Libler
    • 2010
  • The Usefulness of Social Capital Theory for Understanding the Academic Improvement of Young Children in Stepfamilies over Two Points in Time
    • The Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, 7
    • 445-458
    • With M. Shriner and R. Mullis
    • 2009
  • Creating Teachers' Perceptual, Behavioral and Attitudinal Change using Professional Development Workshops
    • Teacher Development, 13
    • 125-134
    • With M. Shriner, M. Hamil and R. Libler
    • 2009
  • Parents Social and Resource Capital: Predictors of Academic Achievement during Early Childhood
    • Children and Youth Services Review, 31
    • 227-234
    • With A. Mullis and M. Shriner
    • 2009
  • Are Parents Getting the Help they Need? Perspectives of Parents Involved with Child Protective Services
    • Clinical Social Work Journal, 36
    • 341-354
    • With M.G. Bolen and L.M. McWey
    • 2008
  • Family Home Childcare Providers: A Comparison of Subsidized and Non-Subsidized Working Environments and Employee Issues
    • Early Child Development and Care
    • 1-12
    • With M. Shriner, R. Mullis, A. Mullis and T. Cornille
    • 2006