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Lynch School of Education

Nathaniel J.S. Brown

visiting assistant professor

Dr. Nathaniel Brown, Lynch School

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Campion Hall 301D
617-552-0708

Curriculum Vitae (PDF)

EDUCATION
Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
M.Sc., Cambridge University
B.S., Harvey Mudd College

EXPERTISE/INTERESTS
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

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Journal Articles

Brown, N. J. S., Afflerbach, P. P., & Croninger, R. G. (in press). Assessment of critical-analytic thinking. Educational Psychology Review.

Brown, N. J. S., & Wilson, M. (2011). A model of cognition: The missing cornerstone in assessment. Educational Psychology Review, 23, 221-234.

Brown, N. J. S., Furtak, E. M., Timms, M., Nagashima, S. O., & Wilson, M. (2010). The Evidence-Based Reasoning Framework: Assessing scientific reasoning. Educational Assessment, 15, 123-141.

Brown, N. J. S., Nagashima, S. O., Fu, A., Timms, M., & Wilson, M. (2010). A framework for analyzing scientific reasoning in assessments. Educational Assessment, 15, 142-174.

Edited Volumes

diSessa, A. A., Levin, M., & Brown, N. J. S. (Eds.). (in preparation). Knowing and learning in interaction. New York, NY: Routledge.

Brown, N. J. S., Duckor, B., Draney, K., & Wilson, M. (Eds.). (2011). Advances in Rasch measurement (Vol. 2). Maple Grove, MN: JAM Press.

CURRENT GRANTS

VideoReView: Support for Teachers’ Collection and Interpretation of Classroom Video to Improve Science Understanding and Argumentation. (NSF DRK-12: $2,296,031). S. Doubler (PI), S. Guler (co-PI), N. J. S. Brown (co-PI).

Focus on Energy: Preparing Elementary Teachers to Meet the NGSS Challenge. (NSF DRK-12: $1,999,836). S. Lacy (PI), N. J. S. Brown (co-PI), R. Tobin (co-PI).

Psychometric and Growth Modeling of Complex Patterns of Learning Resulting From the Interrelationships Between Multiple Learning Progressions. (NSF REESE: $951,997). N. J. S. Brown (PI).

What Mathematics Do Students Know? Implications from NAEP for Curriculum and Policy. (NSF REESE: $1,356,030). P. W. Kloosterman (PI), C. Walcott (co-PI), D. J. Mohr (co-PI),

AWARDS

Spencer Foundation Dissertation Fellow, 2004—2005

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow, 1999—2002

Winston Churchill Foundation Fellow, 1998—1999

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