Article May 31, 2019

Leveraging Evidence-Centered design to develop assessments of Computational Thinking practices

Computational thinking is a core skill in computer science that has become a focus of instruction in primary and secondary education worldwide. Since 2010, researchers have leveraged Evidence-Centered Design (ECD) methods to develop measures of students’ Computational Thinking (CT) practices.…

Tech Report May 1, 2014

Blended Learning Report

With funding from the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, SRI’s Center for Technology in Learning studied the adoption of blended learning models in selected schools in California and Louisiana associated...

Conference Paper April 1, 2014

Computational thinking practices: Analyzing and modeling a critical domain in computer science education

Conference Paper January 1, 2014

Building evidence and building practice in Computer Science education

Tech Report May 1, 2011

Getting on the Same Page using Scenario-Based Learning: An Alignment of Education and Industry Goals for Technician Education

Aligning curricula with industry skills standards is a key element of educating technicians for high technology fields. Such alignments help industry partners collaborate effectively with community college educators, creating a...

Conference Paper January 1, 2011

Design Patterns To Support Storyboards And Scenario-Based, Innovative Item Types

Conference Paper January 1, 2011

Expanding The Model Of Item Writing Expertise: Cognitive Processes And Requisite Knowledge Structures

Article January 1, 2011

Depression and self-focused language in structured interviews with older men

Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence Center, AIC

Conference Paper January 1, 2011

Designing Scenario-Based Assessment Items Using An Evidence-Centered Design Framework

Tech Report March 1, 2010

Leveraging Evidence-Centered Design In Large-Scale Test Development (Large-Scale Assessment Technical Report 4)

Tech Report March 1, 2010

Design Pattern On Model Use In Interdependence Among Living Systems (Large-Scale Assessment Technical Report 13)

Design patterns are an important resource for supporting the development of unique and complex assessments, such as technology-­‐supported scenario-­‐based tasks. Design patterns encourage coherence in task design by making explicit...

Conference Paper January 1, 2010

Designing Large-Scale Science Assessment Tasks For Students With High-Incidence Disabilities: The Use Of Evidence-Centered Design, Design Patterns, And Universal Design For Learning

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