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Stanley L. Swartz, Ph.D.

College of Education
California State University
5500 University Parkway
San Bernardino, California 92407-2397
Academic Office: 909-537-5601
Email:
Cal State: sswartz@csusb.edu
CELL: stanley_swartz@yahoo.com
Autism Research Group: slswartz@aol.com

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Affiliations

Professor of Education, Department of Educational Leadership and Curriculum,
  
Special Education Program, Doctor of Education Program, California State University.

Distinguished Professor (Maestro Honorifico), Facultad de Cientas Humanas,
   Universidad Aut
ónoma de Baja California.

Visiting Professor, Facultad de Educación, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago
Tutor del Doctorado, Facultad de Psicologia,
Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo, Mexico
Lecturer in Education, University of California, Riverside.
Visiting Professor, Facultad de Psicologia, Universidad La Habana, Cuba.
Professor Emeritus of Special Education, Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois.
Visiting Professor, Facultad de Psicologia, Universidad Nacional Aut
ónoma de México.

Director, Foundation for Comprehensive Early Literacy Learning, Redlands, California.
President, Redlands School, Mexico City, D.F.
Director, Autism Research Group, San Bernardino, California.
Director, The Imperial County, California Program for Children with Autism.
Director General, Instituto de Atencion Psicological y Asesoria para las Discapacidaded
   del Desarrollo, Mexicali, B.C.

 

stonedot.gif (895 bytes)Curriculum Vitae

stonedot.gif (895 bytes)Research, Publications and Professional Activities                                    

Literacy Learning            Autism Resources

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stonedot.gif (895 bytes)Foundation For Comprehensive Early Literacy Learning
The mission of the Foundation is to provide professional development for teachers to help improve their teaching of reading and writing. Training opportunities include Comprehensive Early Literacy Learning (CELL) PreK-3, Extended Literacy Learning (ExLL) Grades 3-8, and Second Chance at Literacy Learning (Grades 6-12). CELL collaborates with the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, in the project called Aprendizaje Inicial de la Lectura Escritura y Matemáticas (AILEM).

stonedot.gif (895 bytes)CELL Preschool Literacy Project
The Preschool literacy project is designed to suport teachers in preparing young children to enter Kindergarten with the necessary language, cognitive, and early reading skills to prevent reading difficulties and to ensure school success. Professional development is organized to help teachers implement school readiness goals. Parental involvement is also emphasized during the training sequence.

stonedot.gif (895 bytes)Redlands School - An American-Mexican Project
The Redlands School is a private preschool and elementary school located in the Tlalpan section of Mexico City. It is a bilingual school (Spanish and English) that emphasizes language and literacy development, the arts, and technology.

stonedot.gif (895 bytes)Autism Research Group
The Autism Research Group is a partnership of parents of children with autism and other pervasive developmental disabilities and professionals from a wide variety of disciplines involved in research and program development in special education.

stonedot.gif (895 bytes)Family Literacy Workshops
There is general agreement that family support can make all the difference in the school life of a child. The program provided in Family Literacy Workshops supports schools develop a comprehensive approach to parent involvement.

stonedot.gif (895 bytes)Response to Intervention (RtI) Collaborative
The RtI Collaborative provides professional development to support RtI implementation and research in the assessment and intervention that is necessary to provide differentiated instruction.

stonedot.gif (895 bytes)Research in Reading Recovery
Reading Recovery is an early intervention program for first graders at risk of reading failure. Reading Recovery used as a prereferral program has been shown to reduce placements in special education.

stonedot.gif (895 bytes)Special Library Collection at Universidad Autonoma de Baja California
This special collection supports research in special education and literacy.

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