Richard J. Shavelson papers, circa 1970-2010
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- 30 linear feet
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- Shavelson, Richard J., 1942-
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- Cronbach, Lee J. (Lee Joseph), 1916-2001.
- Gage, N. L. (Nathaniel Lees), 1917-2008.
- National Assessment of Educational Progress (Project).
- Stanford University. School of Education.
- University of California, Los Angeles. Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing.
- Education > Research > Methodology.
- Education > Standards.
- Educational statistics
- Education > Study and teaching (Graduate).
- Educational psychology.
- Educational tests and measurements.
- Mathematics > Study and teaching.
- Science > Study and teaching.
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- The collection is open for research. Materials must be requested at least 48 hours in advance of intended use. Audio-visual materials are not available in original format, and must be reformatted to a digital use copy.
- Gift of Richard J. Shavelson, 2011.
- Richard J. Shavelson is Margaret Jacks Professor of Education and Professor of Psychology (by courtesy) at Stanford University. He holds degrees from the University of Oregon (B.A., Psychology), San Jose State College (M.A., Psychology), and Stanford (Ph.D., Educational Psychology). Before joining Stanford's faculty, he taught at the University of California, Los Angeles, and the University of California, Santa Barbara. From 1987-1993 he was Dean of the Graduate School of Education at Santa Barbara. At Stanford, he served as I. James Quillan Dean of the School of Education and as affiliated faculty at the Woods Institute for the Environment. His research and teaching interests include research design, research methods, and assessment for education.
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