- Building on a Legacy in Educational Measurement, Assessment and Evaluation. Monday, December 9th, 2013 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. REGISTER HERE.
A History Of Evaluation
TC’s legacy in measurement, assessment and evaluation dates back to
1904, when education psychologist Edward L. Thorndike published An
Introduction to the Theory of Mental and Social Measurements, since
hailed as the first textbook to define the knowledge base now known as
classical test theory. Read more...
TC's Chatterji: "More Diverse Students Aspire Toward College"
The Associate Professor of Measurement-Evaluation and Education told The
Washington Times that increasing numbers of minority test-takers on the
SAT "is a positive thing for our society," but that we need to do more
so that all students can succeed in college and beyond. Read more...
TC's Chatterji: "Multiple-Choice Tests Not Appropriate for Kindergartners"
The Associate Professor of Measurement, Evaluation and Education writes in the New York Daily News that multiple-choice tests are "not developmentally appropriate for kindergartners, who are not used to so much structure." Read more...