PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

 

Curriculum alignment: An examination of current practices and the exploration of emerging themes. Paper Presented at the 2007 EERA Annual Conference.  Clearwater, Florida. February 17, 2007

 

A new framework for curriculum alignment: Using the knowledge dimension and the cognitive process dimension of the revised taxonomy to prioritize educational objectives. Paper Presented at the 2007 EERA Annual Conference.  Clearwater, Florida. February 16, 2007

 

Improving instruction: A case study of the use of knowledge mapping to improve teacher knowledge and instructional planning. Paper Presented at the 2007 EERA Annual Conference.  Clearwater, Florida. February 16, 2007

 

The Summative Assessment Analysis Model: Using the knowledge dimension and the cognitive process dimension as detailed in the revised bloom’s taxonomy to write educational objectives and to promote curriculum alignment.  Paper Presented at the 2006 EERA Annual Conference.  Hilton Head, South Carolina.  February 23, 2006

 

The Summative Assessment Analysis Model: Using the knowledge dimension and the cognitive process dimension as detailed in the revised bloom’s taxonomy to write educational objectives and to promote curriculum alignment.  Paper presented at the International Graduate Center Annual Conference. St. Croix, US Virgin Islands.  July 15, 2005

RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION

 

The Cognitive Growth Model: Using a summative assessment alignment model and the revised Bloom’s Taxonomy to improve curriculum development, instruction, and evaluation. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. Syracuse University. May 2007.

 

The Summative Assessment Analysis Model: Using the knowledge dimension and the cognitive process dimension as detailed in the revised bloom’s taxonomy to write educational objectives and to promote curriculum alignment.  International Graduate Center. July 2005.

 

Review of the book: A taxonomy for learning, teaching and assessing: A revision of bloom’s taxonomy of educational objectives. Brazilian Review of Open and Distance Learning. April 2005.

 

Curriculum Development and Active Testing: Using item analysis to promote student achievement and learning.  Education Reform. From http://learningtheory.edreform.net/portal/learningtheory/assessmentcentered.  March 2005.

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