UI College of Education Centers for Advanced Studies in Measurement and Assessment (CASMA) and Iowa Center for School Mental Health (ICSMH) announce the first inaugural Statistics and Assessment Institute. Faculty and students can participate in four workshops catered to audiences spanning a wide range of constituencies, including educational and health policy makers, assessment practitioners in K-12 schools and their school mental health colleagues, social science and education researchers, and assessment industry specialists.
- May 24-May 27 (half day; 9:00am-12:00pm) Making Sense of Evidence Synthesis; Instructor: Ariel Aloe
- May 24-May 27 (half day; 2:00pm-5:00pm) Assessment Literacy Foundations for a New Generation of Assessments; Instructor: Jonathan Templin
- May 31-June 3 (half day; 9:00am-12:00pm) Modeling Intensive Repeated Measures Data; Instructor: Lesa Hoffman
- June 6-June 8 (full day; 9:00am-5:00pm) Theory and Practice of Equating; Instructors: Won-Chan Lee, Bob Brennan, and Hyung Jin Kim
Eligibility: UI faculty, graduate student or staff
- Regular: $1200 full day; $800 half day
- Educators (K-12, College, University): $1000 full day; $600 half day
- Students: $200 full day; $100 half day
- Multiple workshop discount: 25% off full price
Please refer to https://education.uiowa.edu/casma/casmagrsc-statistics-and-assessment-institute for more information and to register.
For questions: Deb Baker, Finance & Research Administrator, CEA/CASMA, Debbieemail@example.com