Tuesday, May 10, 2005

Fourth Spearman Conference Presentations available

FYI - The Fourth Spearman Conference (“Diagnostics for Education: Theory, Measurement, Applications,”) was held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA on October 20-23, 2004.

By clicking here blogsters can visit a page and click and view/download the presentations "as is." Below is a list of the presenations for which material has been posted.
  • Aldrich, Clark, Educational Simulations - Simulation; Games; and Pedagogy
  • Flanagan, Dawn P., The Role of IQ Tests in LD Identification
  • Graesser, Ozuru, Rowe and Floyd, Enhancing the Landscape and Quality of Multiple Choice Questions
  • Graf, Steffen, Peterson, Saldivia and Wang, Designing and Revising Quantitative Item Models
  • Hunt, Earl, Patterns of Thought
  • Matthews, Gerald, Picking a Bone with Spearman: A Contrary View of Mental Energy and Attention
  • Misley, Robert J., Cognitive Diagnosis as Evidentiary Argument
  • Pennebaker, James W., What Our Words Say About Us
  • Sabatini, John, Critical Issues in Aligning Psychometrics with Current Reading Models
  • Stout, William, The Reparameterized Unified Model Skills Diagnostic System
  • Swanson, H. Lee, Memory and Learning Disabilities: Historical Perspective and Current Status
  • van der Linden, Wim J., Statistical Models for Diagnosis: A Discussion
  • VanLehn, Kurt, The Andes Intelligent Tutoring System: Lessons Learned about Assessment
  • von Davier, Mattias and Yamamoto, Kentaro, A Class of Models for Cognitive Diagnosis
  • Wiliam, Dylan, From Diagnosis to Action: Toward Instructionally Tractable Assessment
  • Wilson, Mark, Cognitive Diagnosis using Explanatory Item Response Models
  • Wittmann, Werner W., Brunswik-Symmetry: A Key Concept for Successful Assessment in Education and Elsewhere

2 comments:

Joseph Claeys said...

This link no longer seems to work. I'm coming a bit late to these postings (busy busy busy) and fear that I missed out on something good. Is there an updated link? Has some kind soul archived this info and willing to share?

Great Blog!

~joe

Kevin said...

Sorry....the link problem was on my end. I thought for sure it was working. Check it out now.