Ph.D., University of Oregon, 2006, School Psychology
M.S., University of Oregon, 2004, Special Education
B.S., Willamette University, 1998
Erin Chaparro, Ph.D., is a Research Associate at the University of Oregon's Center on Teaching and Learning. Dr. Chaparro is currently the co-principal investigator and project director of the Effective Behavior and Instructional Schoolwide Systems (EBISS) program, which is an OSEP SPDG funded Oregon state initiative. The EBISS program is providing a national model for the blending of behavior and academic data-based decision making within an RTI framework. As research coordinator for Project ECRI Dr. Chaparro oversees data collection across 2 states. Dr. Chaparro has worked with state departments of education across the country (i.e. South Dakota, Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, Alaska, Wyoming, and Colorado) on the topic of effective and explicit instruction and assessment for at-risk learners. Dr. Chaparro has worked as a school psychologist, a special education teacher, and a school counselor.
Hope Baney Fund Award: Faculty Exchange (2007). Study of Mexican Education System, College of Education, University of Oregon