I typically serve as a methodologist or statistician on research projects. This allows me to study issues related to K-12 education, higher education, health, dementia, and training in various fields including defense and engineering. My other research interests relate to grading, systems theory, and autism.
I provide service to professional groups at local, state, and national levels in areas that typically relate to my background in measurement, educational research, program evaluation, or statistics.
Applications of Rasch Scaling, Alternative grading approaches in higher education, predictors of self-efficacy, cross-validation of statistical outcomes
My teaching interests include a variety of areas that are consistent with my background and research. I teach statistics, research methods, program evaluation, assessment for teachers, and courses in human development. I also have a background in teaching courses in early intervention.