Sydney Bueno

Assistant Professor
715-346-4457
458 CPS
sbueno@uwsp.edu

Education

  • B.S. Degree: English, Lebanon Valley College, Annville, PA, 1998
  • M.Ed. Degree:Education, Curriculum, Instruction, and Technology, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, 2004
  • Ph.D. Education: Special Education, Claremont Graduate University, 2016
  • Dissertation: "The Role of Relationships with Institutional Agents on the Academic Trajectory of First-Generation College Students with Disabilities: A Grounded Theory Study"

Bio

Prior to teaching at UWSP, Sydney Bueno was a Special Education teacher in the Glendora Unified School DIstrict and Los Angeles Unified School District. She was also an adjunct professor for California Polytechnic University-Pomona.

Courses

  • EDUC 351: Education Students with Special and/or Other Needs in the General Education Environment
  • EDUC 362: Classroom Management Techniques and Strategies
  • EDUC 368: Career, Vocational, and Community Education for Youth with Disabilities

Professional Presentations

Bueno, S. A. (2016, April). Supporting first-generation college students with disabilities on their path to college through pivotal moments. Council for Exceptional Children’s National Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Bueno, S. A. (2016, April). First-generation college students with disabilities attending a four-year college: Their stories. Council for Exceptional Children’s National Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Bueno, S. A. (2015, November). Portraits of first- generation, four-year college students with disabilities: Triumphs and challenges. Council for Exceptional Children’s Teacher Education Division, National Conference, Tempe, AZ.

Bueno, S.  A. (2015, November). Changing the educational trajectory of first-generation college students: The pivotal moments theory. Council for Exceptional Children’s Teacher Education Division, National Conference, Tempe, AZ.

Duniven, R. R., & Bueno, S. A. (2014, November). EL or LD: The disproportionality of LD labeling of latino students in california. Council for Exceptional Children’s Teacher Education Division, National Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

Duniven, R. R., & Bueno, S. A. (2014, November). The impact of teachers: Influence of teachers’ own educational experiences on teaching ELL’s with LD. Council for Exceptional Children’s Teacher Education Division.  National Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

Bueno, S. A., & Duniven, R. R. (2014, November). Creating positive home/school relationships through student led IEPs. Council for Exceptional Children’s Teacher Education Division. National Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

Bueno, S. A., & Duniven, R. R. (2014, November). Virtual teaching: Roles examined; myths debunked.  Council for Exceptional Children’s Teacher Education Division. National Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
    
Bueno, S. A. (2014, July). Can students with SLD be successful in college? Teachers’ attitudes and perceptions. Council for Exceptional Children’s International Division. International Conference, Braga, Portugal.

Bueno, S. A. (2013, January). A journey to higher education: How relationships with key educators can lead to student success. Claremont Graduate University Student Symposium, Claremont, CA.

 

Publications

Bueno, S. A. (2016). The role of relationships with institutional agents in the academic trajectory of first-generation college students with disabilities: A grounded theory study (Doctoral Dissertation).  Available from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global. (1790806863).