Detailed Information for John Schreiber

Dr. John Schreiber 
Education and Reading
 » Assistant Professor
Office Location
Ferguson Hall 102D
Office Hours

Voice: (940) 397-6215
Fax: (940) 397-4694

Contact Information

My Websites

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  • Usage of technology in education
  • Social Studies content--particularly American history as portrayed in public school textbooks
  • Classroom management techniques and styles

Course Information

  Semester Course #    Section Course Name Location Days / Times
Details Spring 2012 EDUC 4113/EDUC5223  201  Planning and Assessment/Planning for Teaching    Off-Campus 115

Class Meets: Tuesday/Thursday 7:30—10:30 at Hirschi H.S. Room 115

Details Spring 2012 EDUC 1203  270  Computer Applications for Education    Ferguson Hall 302

Wednesday  5:30---8:20

Details Summer I 2011 EDUC 3153  301  Educational Psychology    Ferguson Hall 303

Class Meets: Monday-Thursday from 8:00 a.m. till 10:00 a.m. (and Friday, June3)

Details Spring 2011 EDUC 4302  301  Teaching Social Studies in Elementary School    Off-Campus 

Tuesday/Thursday 8:00--2:20 Cunningham Elementary School

Details Spring 2011 EDUC 3162  203  Classroom Management    Ferguson Hall 303

Class meets Monday and Wednesday from 8:00--11:20

Details Spring 2011 EDUC 3162  201  Classroom Management    Off-Campus 

Class meets Tuesday and Thursday from 8:00 until 2:20 at Cunningham Elementary School

Education Background

Institution Degree    Graduation Date
Texas Tech University Post-Doctoral Study in Instructional Technology  
West Texas State University B. S. (Geography) 1972 
West Texas State University M. Ed. in Education Administration 1978 
Texas Tech University Ed.D. 1994 

Employment Background

Institution Position Start Date / End Date
 Teikyo Westmar University  Assistant Professor  1991  1994
 Black Hills State University  Assistant Professor  1994  2002
 Texas Tech University  Instructor  2003  2004
 MIdwestern State University  Assistant Professor  2004  Present

Research and Publications



Schreiber, J. H. (1994). An examination of elements containing religious references in selected secondary school United States history textbooks.  Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Texas Tech University, Lubbock.


Schreiber, J. H.  (1998). References to the Great Awakening in secondary school United States history textbooks. Monograph of the Chiesman Foundation for Democracy, (Monograph Number 3).





Region 9 Education Service Center (TECA Conference October 16th) 2006—Use of Animated PowerPoint Presentations


Science Teacher’s of Texas state conference (CAST Conference, November 11th) Wichita Falls 2006—Improving PowerPoint Presentations


International Society For Technology in Education (NECC, Atlanta, Georgia, June 23rd 2007)—Animated PowerPoint Presentations


Science Teachers of Texas state conference in Austin (CAST Conference, November 17th 2007)—Improving PowerPoint Presentations


Southeast Educational Research Association (SERA)  in New Orleans 2007—Student and Teacher Views on the Teacher Work Sample


Texas Association for the Improvement of Reading TAIR Conference October 25th 2008 Wichita Falls—Using Technology to Improve Reading


Region 9 Education Service Center Technology Conference October 28th 2008 Wichita Falls—Creation of Video Tutorials


                                                                       Science Teachers of Texas Conference (CAST) November 7th 2008 Fort Worth—Making                                                                                  Learning Portable (Creation of Video Tutorials