educational research, measurement, and evaluation
Current ERME Faculty Research Projects
Each faculty member has their own webpage with research interests, selected publications, current CV, and more. Click the links below to visit these sites.
- Approaches to test-based accountability
- Technical issues in value-added modeling
- Inequality of opportunity
- Analysis of international large-scale assessment surveys
- Quantitative methods, including measurement, psychometrics, statistics, and research design
- Qualitative methods, including video analysis, interaction analysis, and cognitive ethnography
- Embedded classroom assessment for learning and large-scale standardized assessment of learning
- Conceptual change and embodied cognition in the learning sciences and science education
- Ongoing research projects study measurement models and estimation methods with the application to survey data, educational measurement data, and quality of life research data.
- Lag-3 and Lag-6 autocorrelations in course evaluations
- Suppressor variable effects
- Teacher preparation system mapping through multidimensional scaling and cluster analysis
- Measuring Engagement through Rasch-based scenarios
- TIMSS--International assessments of mathematics and science at 4th and 8th grades
- TIMSS Numeracy--International mathematics assessment at the primary level for economically developing countries
- TIMSS Advanced--International assessments of advanced mathematics and physics at 12th grade
- PIRLS--International assessment of reading at 4th grade
- ePIRLS--International assessment of online reading at 4th grade
- PIRLS Literacy--International reading assessment at the primary level for economically developing countries
- Using large-scale data to examine the student, teacher, and school correlates of academic performance and attainment.
- Propensity score analyses with observational data to support causal inferences.
- Experimental research for examining the effects of educational interventions on student and teacher outcomes.
- Innovative uses of computer-based technologies and applications of Universal Design to enhance
educational testing and assessment
- Large-scale assessment and test design
- Computer-based testing
- Accessible Portable Item Protocol (APIP) Standards and assessment interoperability standards
- Ongoing research in democratic theories of education, policy, and evalutation, evaluation research as a public good, race-conscious education policies, and mixed methods educational research.
Dr. Joseph Pedulla, retired 2013
Dr. Walt Haney, retired 2011
Dr. Albert Beaton, Augustus C. Long Distinguished Professor Chair
Dr. George Madaus, Boisi Professor of Education and Public Policy Chair
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