This fall Dr. Hitchcock co-authored three articles. With Thomas R. Kratochwill and Laura C. Chezan, he co-authored "What Works Clearinghouse standards and generalization of single-case design evidence" (Journal of Behavioral Education, 2015, Vol. 24, No 4). With Isadore Newman and Anthony J. Onwuegbuzie, "Using the general linear model to facilitate the full integration of qualitative and quantitative analysis: The potential to improve prediction and theory building and testing" was published in The General Linear Model Journal (2015, Vol. 41(1)). "Examining the consequential validity of standardized examinations via public perceptions: A review of mixed methods survey design considerations" was written by Dr. Hitchcock, Dr. Onwuegbuzie, and Heba Khoshaim, and published in the International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches (2015, Vol. 9).
CEEP faculty associate Suzanne Eckes and Dr. Chesnut co-authored "Transgender students and access to facilities." The paper was published in the West’s Education Law Reporter at 321 Ed. Law Rep. 1, on October 22, 2015.
CEEP director of policy Dr. Anne-Maree Ruddy and graduate research assistant Katherine Cierniak have contributed a chapter, "Partnering for new possibilities: The development of a global learning certificate," for International Education at Community Colleges: From Optional to Integral to be published in March 2016 by Palgrave Macmillan, New York.
Winter 2015: Research staff publications
Tuesday, December 15, 2015