At the American Evaluation Association conference on November 12, LeeAnn Sell will host a roundtable entitled, “The one-two punch: Strategies for effective communication between new evaluators and new clients on established projects.”
Dr. Ruddy, Dr. Chesnut, and Stephen Hiller, CEEP project associate, will present “Participating in the global education system: Implications of study abroad,” at the October 21–24 annual meeting of the MidWest Education Research Association (MWERA) in Evanston, Illinois. The paper looks at universities’ increased efforts to promote internationalization strategies on their campuses through study abroad and other initiatives. Relating the current development plans of Saudi Arabia's Public Education Evaluation Commission, Dr. Marcey Moss, CEEP senior research associate, and Dr. Hitchcock will present “Evaluation capacity building in Saudi Arabia: Lessons learned (so far) using a long-term approach.”
Dr. Molly Stewart, CEEP research associate, will present, “Bordering on implementation: Faculty integration of teacher evaluation policy changes into leadership preparation curricula” at the November 20–23 annual convention of the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA). Dr. Stewart co-authored the paper with Dr. Chesnut.
What Mathematics Do Students Know and How is that Knowledge Changing? Evidence from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (Kloosterman, P., Mohr, D., and Walcott, C., Eds.) will be published this fall by IAP-Information Age Publishers. Funded by the National Science Foundation, “What Mathematics Do Students Know?” is housed at CEEP and directed by Dr. Peter Kloosterman, the Martha Lea and Bill Armstrong Chair for Teacher Education 2010–2015 and professor of mathematics education at the IU School of Education. Intended for researchers, curriculum developers, policy makers, and classroom teachers, the book provides comprehensive information on what students at grades 4, 8, and 12 can and cannot do in mathematics.
Fall 2015: CEEP outreach
Friday, September 4, 2015