LOYOLA UNIVERSITY, Chicago, IL
Ph.D., 2010 School Psychology
M.Ed., 2005 Educational Psychology
- Major: School Psychology, Minor: Curriculum and Instruction
- Research interest: Establishment of evidence-based instructional practices in primary and secondary mathematics education
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, Evanston, Illinois
B.A., 1995 Mathematics, Secondary Teaching, Certificate- Math
- Major: Mathematics
- Minor: Secondary Mathematics Education
Lopez, S. (2011). Using research based strategies in reading and mathematics within an RTI framework. School-based RTI team presentation, Chicago, Illinois.
Lopez, S. (2010). Towards evidence-based practices in mathematics instruction: Investigating the impact of writing on student learning. A dissertation presented to the graduate school of Loyola University, Chicago.
Schiller, D., Lopez, S. & Charles, M. (2008). Countdown.luc.edu: A valuable resource for professional development in mathematics. The National Journal of Urban Education & Practice Curriculum, Instruction, and Research. 1(4), 347.
Lopez, S. (2006). Understanding mathematics probes. Presented at the Vitality Through Excellence workshop, Chicago Illinois.
Lopez, S. (2007). Using countdown to enhance classroom instruction. Presented at the Gear-Up math conference, St. Charles, Illinois.
Lopez, S. (2007). Effective instructional strategies for mathematics teachers. Presented at the Vitality Through Excellence workshop, Chicago, Illinois.
Lopez, S., Schiller, D., & Charles, M. (2007). CountDown: An Interactive Teacher Training Tool. Presented at the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education annual convention, New York, New York.
Lopez, S. (2007). Towards evidence-based interventions in mathematics: Two pertinent studies. Presented at the National Association of School Psychologists annual convention, New York, New York.