International Journal of School and Educational Psychology: Review of Formative Assessment Use and Training in Africa

Simmons doctoral student and RME Research Assistant Lindsey Perry publishes Review of Formative Assessment Use and Training in Africa in the International Journal of School and Educational Psychology

Educational Assessment: Construct Definition Using Cognitively Based Evidence: A Framework for Practice

04042012_Geller_IMG_3387RME Director Dr. Ketterlin Geller and colleagues were recently published in the latest issue of Educational Assessment with their article Construct Definition Using Cognitively Based Evidence: A Framework for Practice. An abstract of the article is available online.

Learning Disabilities Research & Practice: Disentangling Mathematics Target and Access Skills: Implications for Accommodation Assignment Practices

RME Director Leanne Ketterlin Geller and colleagues published Disentangling Mathematics Target and Access Skills: Implications for Accommodation Assignment Practices in the journal, Learning Disabilities Research & Practice.

Education Week: Studies Find Payoff in ‘Personalizing’ Algebra

WalkingtonCaDr. Candace Walkington studies the emerging payoff of personalization for struggling math students. She works with 145 9th graders in a high poverty school in Dallas to better understand how personalized math problems allow students to gain a better understanding of Algebra and boost their confidence level. Read more.