NERA 2018

REMP students and faculty presented on a variety of topics at the annual Northeastern Educational Research Association conference this past October.

Welcome to REMP

The Research, Educational Measurement, and Psychometrics (REMP) program in the College of Education prepares students to take on the challenges of 21st-century assessment by combining coursework taught by world-class faculty with hands-on experience working on operational testing programs and externally-funded research projects.  REMP students learn the principles, theories, and methods of educational measurement from a variety of perspectives, and are provided with opportunities to explore their interests and apply their skills in both theoretical and applied contexts, working closely with both professors and other students.  Students are supported in terms of collaborating on research projects, presenting their work at regional, national, and international measurement conferences, and submitting their work for publication in peer-reviewed journals. In addition, REMP is committed to increasing diversity and inclusiveness in our field through engagement, awareness, representativeness, and accountability (see our Diversity and Inclusion Statement).

 

 

03/21/2019

Featured Speaker: Tim Davey

Tim Davey of ETS will be delivering a seminar titled A Brief History of Item Response Theory. 

11:45-12:45

03/25/2019

Featured Speaker: Howard Wainer

Howard Wainer of ETS, NBME, University of Chicago (now retired) will be delivering  two seminars.  12:00 pm to 1:30 pm

 3:00pm to 4:00 pm

04/05/2019 - 04/09/2019

AERA/NCME Annual Meeting

Toronto, Canada

Many REMP students will present at and attend this year's AERA/NCME annual meeting.  For more information, click here!

04/22/2019

Featured Speaker: Jade Caines

Jade Caines of the University of New Hampshire will deliver a seminar from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm.  Topic to be determined.

Calling all REMP Alums

The Research, Educational Measurement, and Psychometrics (REMP) program in the College of Education prepares students to take on the challenges of 21st-century assessment by combining coursework taught by world-class faculty with hands-on experience working on operational testing programs and externally-funded research projects.  REMP students learn the principles, theories, and methods of educational measurement from a variety of perspectives, and are provided with opportunities to explore their interests and apply their skills in both theoretical and applied contexts, working closely with both professors and other students.  Students are supported in terms of collaborating on research projects, presenting their work at regional, national, and international measurement conferences, and submitting their work for publication in peer-reviewed journals. In addition, REMP is committed to increasing diversity and inclusiveness in our field through engagement, awareness, representativeness, and accountability (see our Diversity and Inclusion Statement).

 

 

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