Einat Tesler Kleider

posted Jun 20, 2016, 4:07 AM by Tal Erez-Hod

I have a B.A. in Behavioral Sciencesfrom the College of Tel Aviv-Jaffa, and M.A in Learning Disability diagnosis and treatment from Haifa University. I have worked in avariousframework as a guide and an expert in diagnosis and remediation of learning disabilities in children, adolescents and adults. Currently, I am a third year PHD student working on my dissertation, which exploreswheterdifferent types of on-line feedback can be used to assess learning in middle school student. Our study examined whether computerized reading comprehension intervention that includes on-line feedback improves reading comprehensionand meta-cognitive abilities such as calibration of comprehension. In addition, I am working as a coordinator for learning disability evaluation and treatment at a high school for underprivileged students, and I am lecturer in severalacademics programs.  

Thesis title:

The effect of different types of feedback on comprehension and calibration among middle school students with and without reading comprehension difficulties.

Thesis Presentations:
Kleider-Tesler, E., Katzir, T., & Shany, M(2013). Response to feedback on Comprehension Calibration: The Effects of Reading Ability and Text Difficulty. Poster presented at theBrain, Mind and Fluency International Conference, Department of Learning Disabilitiesin Haifa University, Israel.

Kleider-Tesler, E., Katzir, T., & Shany, M (2012).Effect of reading ability and text difficulty feedback on calibration and reading comprehension among students with and without reading disabilities.Lecture at The Israel Association for Literacy and Language in Ono Academic College, Kiryat Ono.


Katzir, T., Markovich, V., Tesler, E., &Shany. M. (2016). Self-regulation and reading comprehension: self-perceptions, self-evaluations and effective strategies for intervention. Submitted for publication in Meltzer, L. (Ed.). (2016). Executive function in education: From theory to practice 2nd Edition. Guilford Press.


A PhD research grant by Haifa University graduate studies authority.