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Activity ID:  404
Title
* ! Analysis of Education Systems--Teaching, Learning, Quality
Date / Time / Room Sponsor Type
08/15/2002
10:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Room: H-Murray Hill Suite A
Social Statistics Section* Contributed
Organizer: n/a
Chair: Alan Tupek, U.S. Census Bureau
Discussant:  
Description

This session focuses on the analysis of educational data, including measurement of teacher quality, efficacy of grants programs, student leadership, and the use of intelligence testing.
  301807  By:  Matilde  Bini 10:35 AM 08/15/2002
The Students' Perceived Quality of the University Teaching Courses in Italy

  301758  By:  Alessandra  Petrucci 10:50 AM 08/15/2002
Robust Diagnostics in Regression Models for the Evaluation of University Teaching Activity

  301606  By:  John D. Lovell 11:05 AM 08/15/2002
Content Mastery Testing in Introductory College Classes

  300570  By:  Mack C. Shelley, II 11:20 AM 08/15/2002
A Structural Equations Model of Perceptions of Student Leadership in Higher Education

  300891  By:  Fabrizia  Mealli 11:35 AM 08/15/2002
Impact Evaluation of University Grants

  301172  By:  Stephan  Boes 11:50 AM 08/15/2002
Applying Forecasting Intervals to Forecasts for the German Higher Education System

  300795  By:  Jack  Kaplan 12:05 PM 08/15/2002
Misuses of Statistics in the Study of Intelligence: The Case of Arthur Jensen

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