Mark has experience and expertise in research design, research in applied settings, objective performance measurement, skill development and decay, and the assessment and improvement of training environments. He also has extensive experience in the use of objective measures in applied settings, and the impact of changes in training programs on readiness. Mark is also an Associate Professor of Educational Foundations at the University of Wisconsin–Whitewater, where he currently teaches courses in measurement and statistics. His academic interests currently lie in improving teacher preparation by establishing assessment frameworks that clarify goals, expectations, and provide meaningful feedback to candidates.
Mark holds a Ph.D. in Urban Education/Educational Psychology from the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee.
Schroeder, M., Schreiber, B. T., Freiman, M., & Kegley, J. (2014). Training Effectiveness of the FA-18 Tactical Operational Flight Trainer (TOFT) Upgraded with a Motion-Cueing Seat and Improved Visual System.
Schroeder, M. P., Schreiber, B.T., & Bennett, W. A. (2013). Using Objective Performance Assessments in Applied Settings. In Fundamental Issues in Defence Training and Simulation, Best, C. (Ed.) Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Gower House, Croft Road, Aldershot, Hants, GU11 3HR, U.K.
Schreiber, B. T., Schroeder, M., Bennett, W. (2012). Distributed Mission Operations Within-Simulator Training Effectiveness. International Journal of Aviation Psychology
Schroeder, M., Schreiber, B.T., & Portrey, A. (2011). The Effect of Changes in Live Flight Requirements on Pilot Readiness. (AFRL-RH-AZ-TR-2011-0011). Mesa AZ: Air Force Research Laboratory, Human Effectiveness Directorate, Warfighter Readiness Research Division. Public release.
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