Senior Project Manager
Victoria Moss earned her master’s degree from The University of St. Thomas in Curriculum and Instruction and is a certified teacher with extensive experience in reading intervention and curriculum development. She is the Senior Project Manager of the Dan L Duncan Children’s Neurodevelopment Clinic’s Academic EnRichment and Outreach (AERO) program. She acted as a lead curriculum writer adapting the Reading RULES! curriculum for delivery online as the AERO Reading Curriculum. In 2000-2004, she was the Program Supervisor and a curriculum writer of Reading One-to-One at The University of Texas-Dallas. She began working at The University of Texas-Health in 2004 as an Education Coordinator for the Texas Primary Reading Inventory (TPRI). As part of the continued TPRI development team, Victoria trained teachers state-wide and nationally. She was also a teacher mentor for the Interagency Education Research Initiative as well as a Coordinator and trainer for Texas Reading First. She is a co-author of several English and Spanish curricula, including the K-1 Building Vocabulary with Emergent Readers (BVER), Building Vocabulary and Early Reading Strategies (EAGER BVERS), Construyendo Fluidez en Primer Grado, and Desarrollo Del Lenguaje Oral. She has presented at local and national conferences on how to use assessments to differentiate instruction, classroom coaching, and reading intervention.