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University of Connecticut Neag School of Education Office of Assessment

Assessment, Research, and Evaluation Colloquia: 2011-12

Efforts to Teach in a Way that Tests can Detect: Pointless or Profitable?

Presenter: Dr. Megan Welsh, University of Connecticut, Neag School of Education

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Preventing the Mismeasure of Young Children: Linking Authentic Assessment & Early Childhood Intervention in both Practice and Applied Research

Presenter: Dr. Steve Bagnato, Professor of Pediatrics and Psychology, University of Pittsburgh, Schools of Medicine and Education; Director, Early Childhood Partnerships, a University of Pittsburgh and Children’s Hospital collaborative

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Making MAGIC with Your Data: Methods for Visualizing Data Using Maps and Geographic Information Systems

Presenter: Michael Howser, Undergraduate Education & GIS Librarian, Connecticut State Data Center (CtSDC)at the Map and Geographic Information Center (MAGIC), University of Connecticut Libraries 

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Effective Paraprofessional Supervision

Presenter: Iris White, Connecticut State Department of Education

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Development and Use of Achievement Growth Model for Connecticut

Presenters: Dr. Mohamed Dirir, Senior Psychometrician, Connecticut State Department of Education, and Dr. Norma Sinclair, Psychometrician and Program Evaluator, Connecticut State Department of Education

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