Amber Del Gaiso | Webster University

Amber Del Gaiso

amber-delgaisoAdjunct Faculty
School of Education



Amber Del Gaiso is an adjunct faculty member at Webster University in St. Louis, MO where she has taught since 2010. She teaches Psychoeducational Assessment & Counseling for Life's Transitions, as well as courses within the Leadership in Tiered Systems & Supports certificate program.

Amber earned her Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Psychology at the University of Missouri. At Florida State University she earned both a Master of Arts (M.A.) and a Specialist in Education (Ed.S.) in Counseling and Humans Systems, with a specialization in School Psychology.

She began her career as a School Psychologist with Special School District of St. Louis County (SSD), and in 2008 transitioned to the role of Measurement and Assessment Coach and has remained in this position to date. In this role, Amber provides professional learning and coaching to support administrators and teachers in collecting and analyzing data in an effective and efficient way. Areas of expertise include curriculum-based measures, progress monitoring, data teams, research-based instructional strategies, tiered systems of support (MTSS/RTI/PBIS), and blended learning.

Additionally, Amber works with and supports educators in other school districts across the country in a few different ways. She is an Educational Consultant with Pearson and provides onsite and webinar professional learning on a variety of assessment tools and as a Blended Learning Coach with BloomBoard, Amber provides coaching and professional learning support through Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) with teachers earning micro-endorsements in Blended Learning.