Detailed Information for Suzanne Lindt

Dr. Suzanne F. Lindt 
Curriculum and Learning
 » Assistant Professor
Office Location
Ferguson Hall 110
Office Hours

Tuesday 11:00am - 3:00pm

Thursday 11:00am - 5:00pm

 
Voice: (940) 397-6334
 
 

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Office Location
Ferguson Hall 110 
Voice: (940) 397-6334
 
 

Contact Information

suzanne.lindt@mwsu.edu

My Websites

Interests

PhD in Educational Psychology. University of Houston. Houston, TX. Major Topic: Individual Differences. Research Interests: student motivation in the classroom, quantitative and qualitative research methods. Dissertation: Parents and Ethnic Identity as Influences of College Students’ Achievement Goals. Chair: Professor Shirley L. Yu, May 2010.

 

MS in Education. Nova Southeastern University. Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Major Topic: Curriculum, Instruction, and Technology. Thesis: Strategies for Developing Higher-Level Thinking in Secondary Students. August 2005.

 

BA in Liberal Arts. The University of Texas at Austin. Austin, TX. Fields of Study: German, English, Business. May 2001.

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

 Integrating Movement into Education with pre-service teachers. Mixed-methods research study with Dr. Stacia Miller and Dr. Janise McIntyre, Spring 2013 – present.

College Engagement: Experimental Research Study. Co-lead researcher with Stacia Miller, PhD Fall 2012 - present.

 SACS/NCATE: Review of assessments in the College of Education to improve educational practices

Beliefs about Diversity: A Mixed-Methods Longitudinal Study.  Co-lead researcher with Linda P. Prieto, PhD.  Conducted at Midwestern State University with Undergraduate students, 2011 -2012.

Student Engagement and Motivation in Middle School Writing: Quantitative research study conducted with middle school students in writing classes, Fall 2011 – Spring 2012.

Motivation and Learning: A Mixed-Methods Approach to Understanding Student Procrastination. Conducted in-person and phone interviews of participants, 2008 – 2009.

 

Perceived Parental Goals and Racial Ethnic Identity as Predictors of Achievement Goals in Mathematics for African American and Hispanic Adolescents. Designed research project for candidacy, gathered survey data at the high school and analyzed results, 2008.

 

Conducted research for grant proposal with the assistance of Professor Catherine Horn. Reviewed course curriculum and assessed additional program courses, evaluated comparable education programs in the US, 2008.


Course Information

  Semester Course #    Section Course Name Location Days / Times
Details Fall 2015 EPSY 3153/EDUC 6023  x10  Educational Psychology/Learning and Assessment    Online 

online

Details Fall 2015 EDUC 3183  101  Classroom Assessment    Online 

online

Details Fall 2015 EDUC 3153  101  Educational Psychology    Ferguson Hall 202

 

TR: 9:30 a.m. – 10:50 a.m.

Details Fall 2014 COUN 2023  X10  Human Development    Online 

online

Details Fall 2014 3153  101  Educational Psychology    Ferguson Hall 202

 

TR: 9:30:00 a.m. – 11:20 a.m.

Details Fall 2014 3153  x10  Educational Psychology     online

 

online

Details Spring 2014 EDUC 3153  202  Educational Psychology    Ferguson Hall 202

 

TR: 9:30 a.m. – 10:50 a.m.

Details Spring 2014 COUN 2023  X20  Human Development    Online 

online

Details Spring 2014 3153  201  Educational Psychology    Ferguson Hall 202

 

TR: 8:00 a.m. – 9:20 a.m.




Education Background

Institution Degree    Graduation Date
University of Houston PhD May 14 2010 12:00AM 
University of Texas at Austin BA May 19 2001 12:00AM 
Nova Southeastern University MS Sep 30 2005 12:00AM 



Employment Background

Institution Position Start Date / End Date
 University of Phoenix  Faculty  01/01/2010  12/15/2010
 University of Houston  Adjunct Instructor  01/05/2009  05/15/2009
 Weatherford College  Adjunct Instructor  08/15/2009  05/15/2010
 Decatur ISD  Teacher  08/2003  05/2005
 Fort Bend ISD  Teacher  08/2005  05/2006
 Alvin Community College  Adjunct Instructor  12/05/2008  01/15/2009
 Midwestern State University  Assistant Professor  8/16/2010  



Research and Publications

PUBLICATIONS

Lindt, S. F. & Blair, C. (in review). Making a Difference with At-Risk Students: The Benefits of a Mentoring Program in Middle School. Middle School Journal.

 

Lindt, S. F. & Yu, S.L. (2015). Factors of Ethnic Identity and Parents’ Goals in Examining College Students’ Academic Achievement Goals. Journal of Education and Human Development, 3(3), 1-19.

 

Schultz, E., Stephens, T. L., & Lindt, S. F. (2015). When a Student Does Not Qualify For Special Education: Issues and Recommendations. Preventing School Failure, 59(2), 116-119.

 

Miller, S. M., Lindt, S. F., & McIntyre, C. J. (2014). Methods for Improving Pre-service Teacher Efficacy to Integrate Movement in the Classroom. The Texas Forum of Teacher Education, 4, 105-120.

 

Lindt, S. F., & Miller, S. C. (2014). Improving student engagement in college. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 18(4), 24-30.

 

Lindt, S. F., Corkin, D. M., & Yu, S. L. (2014). Multiple methods of assessment for active delay in college students: Gaining a better understanding of active procrastination. American International Journal of Contemporary Research, 4(2), 28-32.

 

Lindt, S. F. & Kitchen, M. (2013). Awareness of diversity: Teacher education students’ reactions to diversity following a mentoring experience. The Texas Forum of Teacher Education, 3, 47-56.

 

Corkin, D. M., Yu, S. L., & Lindt, S. F. (2011). Comparing active delay and procrastination from a self-regulated learning perspective.  Learning and Individual Differences, 11(5), 602-606.

 

Fan, W., Lindt, S. F., Arroyo-Giner, C. A., & Wolters, C. A. (2009). The role of social relationships in promoting student academic self-efficacy and MIMIC approaches to assess factorial mean invariance.International Journal of Applied Educational Studies, 5, 34-53.

 

Lindt, S. (2006). 6 Steps to conflict resolution. Middle Ground, 9(4), 33.

 

PRESENTATIONS

 

Lindt, S. F. & Gupta, D. Changing Self-Efficacy for Middle School Students and Pre-service Teachers During a Week-Long Math Camp. Proposal submitted to the American Educational Research Conference, Washington, D.C. for Spring 2016.

 

Miller, S. C., & Lindt, S. F. Engaging Students through Movement Integration: A Mixed Method Study to Understand Interest and Concept Retention. Proposal submitted to the American Educational Research Conference, Washington, D.C. for Spring 2016.

 

Lindt, S. F. & Wagner, H. (November, 2015). Developing Self-Concept in Gifted Elementary School Children: A Mixed-Methods Analysis. Paper to be presented at the National Association for Gifted and Talented Convention, Phoenix, Arizona.

 

Lindt, S. F. & Miller, S. C. (August, 2015). Building Engaging College Classrooms: Creating a Tool for Measurement. Paper presented at the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction Conference, Larnaca, Cyprus.

 

Lindt, S. F. (April 17, 2015). The Impact of Student Achievement Goals and Engagement on Students’ Writing Improvement. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Conference, Chicago, IL.

 

Wagner, H., & Lindt, S. F. (February, 2015). Understanding the Development of Self-Concept in Gifted Elementary School Children. Paper presented at the Southwestern Education Research Association Conference, San Antonio, TX.

 

Miller, S. C., Lindt, S. F., Freeman, C., & Marroquin, S. (February, 2015). Building Engaging College Classrooms: Bridging the Gap between Students and Professors. Paper presented at the Southwestern Education Research Association Conference, San Antonio, TX.

 

Lindt, S. F. & Miller, S. C. (February, 2014). Improving Student Engagement in the College Classroom: An Action Research Study. Paper presented at the Southwestern Educational research Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.

 

Lindt, S. F., Miller, S. C., & McIntyre, C. J. (February, 2014). Movement Integration in the Classroom: Methods for Improving Pre-service Teacher Efficacy. Paper presented at the Southwestern Educational research Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.

 

Blair, C., Braveboy, P., Cavett, R., Farnsworth, C., Nash, C., Piper, J., Viamontes, C., Woodruff, G., Owen, J. C., & Lindt, S. F. (January 28, 2014). “Creating a new vision for public education in Texas”: Applications in districts in North Texas. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Texas Association for School Administrators, Austin, TX.

 

McIntyre, C. J., Miller, S. C., & Lindt, S. F. (October, 2014). Improving Pre-service Teacher-efficacy for Movement Integration into Content Areas in the Early Childhood and Elementary Setting. Paper presented at The Global Gathering for Early Childhood Education, Dublin, Ireland.

 

Lindt, S. F. (February, 2013). Awareness of Diversity: Teacher Education Students’ Reactions to Diversity Following a Mentoring Experience. Paper presented at the Southwestern Educational Research Association Conference, San Antonio, TX.

 

Lindt, S. F. (April, 2013). Contextual Influences of Students’ Learning in Middle School: Understanding Classroom Goal Structures and their Relationship to Classroom Engagement. Paper presented at the annual Scholarship Colloquium at Midwestern State University.

 

Lindt, S. F., & Benzon, M. B. (February, 2012). Construct Validity of Racial Ethnic Identity Scales among High School and College Students. Paper presented at the Southwestern Educational Research Association Conference, New Orleans.

 

Lindt, S. F., Corkin, D. M., Yu, S. L. (April, 2012). Procrastination in college students: A qualitative analysis. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Conference, Vancouver, Canada.

 

Lindt, S. F. (February, 2011). Contextual influences of students’ learning and achievement outcomes: Can classroom goal structures predict student engagement in elementary school? Paper presented at the Southwestern Educational Research Association Conference, San Antonio.

 

Lindt, S. F. (October, 2011). Using metacognitive strategies to decrease procrastination in college students. Paper presented at the annual Reinventing Learning and Instruction Conference through the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Austin.

 

Corkin, D. M., Yu, S. L., & Lindt, S. F. (2010). The role of self-regulated learning on active and passive procrastination. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Conference, San Diego.

 

Lindt, S. F., Yu, S. L., Wolters, C. A., Fan, W., & Horn, C. (2010). Parents and identity as influences on college students’ achievement goals. Paper         presented at the American Educational Research Association Conference, Denver.

 

Lindt, S. F., Corkin, D. M., & Yu, S. L. (2009). Motivation and learning: An examination of procrastination in college students. Paper presented at the Southwestern Educational Research Association Conference, San Antonio.

 

Corkin, D. M., Lindt, S. F., & Yu, S. L. (2009). The role of interest and self-regulated learning on active and passive procrastination. Paper presented at the Southwestern Education Research Association Conference, San Antonio.

 

Lindt, S. F., Yu, S. L., Wolters, C. A. Fan, W., & Benzon, M. B. (2009). Achievement goal orientations among African American and Hispanic adolescents: The influence of perceived parental goals and racial ethnic identity. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Conference, San Diego.

 

Benzon, M. B., Wolters, C. A., Lindt, S. F. & Yu, S. L. (2009). The relation between achievement motivation in mathematics and racial ethnic identity among African American adolescents. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Conference, San Diego.

 

Lindt, S. F., & Fan, W. (2009). Effects of classroom activities and parent involvement on Kindergarten students’ motivation. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Conference, Toronto, Canada.

 

Fan, W., Lindt, S. F., Arroyo-Giner, C. A., Wolters, C. A. (2009). The role of social relationships in promoting student academic self-efficacy. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Conference, Toronto, Canada.

 

Lindt, S. F., & Yu, S. L.  (2008). Achievement goal orientations in African American and Hispanic adolescents: The influence of perceived parental goals and racial ethnic identification. Paper presented at the Southwestern Educational Research Association Conference, New Orleans.

Corkin, D. M., Yu, S. L., & Lindt, S. F. (2011). Comparing active delay and procrastination from a self-regulated learning perspective.  Learning and Individual Differences, 11(5), 602-606.

Lindt, S. F., Corkin, D. M., Yu, S.L. (2012). Procrastination in college students: A qualitative analysis. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Conference, Vancouver, Canada.