Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Teaching & Learning
Ph.D., Texas Woman’s University
6401 Airline Rd
Dr. Christine Woodbury is a Clinical Assistant Professor and the Director of the Learning Therapy Program at Southern Methodist University. She holds a B.S. in Elementary Education from Western Illinois University and M.S. in Special Education from National University. Her Ph.D. is in Special Education from Texas Woman’s University. Prior to her appointment as clinical professor and director in the Department of Teaching and Learning in the Simmons School of Education and Human Development, Dr. Woodbury was an assistant professor and program coordinator of the Educational Diagnostician program at Houston Baptist University. Dr. Woodbury has 15+ years of experience as a general education teacher, special education teacher, educational diagnostician, and university professor.
Her research interests are best practices of assessment and diagnostic procedures of students and applying the assessment results into evidence-based instructional methods.
Smith, H. H., Sanchez, A., Peterson-Ahmad, M., Woodbury, C., & Mitchel, B. B. (Fall, 2018). Using Learning Express-Ways in special education teacher preparation: Developing student-faculty relationships as a path to partnership. Journal of Special Education Apprenticeship.
Stephens, T. & Woodbury, C. (April, 2011). Collaboration: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Educating Students with Disabilities. Para-educators (pp. 71-85).
Woodbury, C., Stephens, T., & Rademacher, J. (November, 2017). Results of a Disability Awareness Assignment Conducted with Pre-Service Teachers. National FORUM of Special Education Journal (28)1.
Andreina, A., Spatariu, A., & Woodbury, C. (November, 2017) Resilience & Emotional Intelligence 1st Generation Student. FOCUS on Colleges, Universities, and Schools (11)1.