2019 MARC Conference

The Nineteenth Annual MARC Conference

Enhancing Effective Instruction and Learning Using Assessment Data 

Theory and Practice (Nov. 7th-8th, 2019)

Located at the Adele H. Stamp Student Union, University of MarylandCollege ParkMD 20742

(Live streaming video will be available online after the conference for repeated viewing)

  • Jointly supported by the Maryland State Department of Education and the Maryland Assessment Research Center.

  • This conference has invited speakers to present new and emerging models and methods for psychometric analysis and applications.

 

Presentation Schedule

November 7th (Thursday)

Morning Session I

7:30-8:30

Registration and Breakfast

8:30-8:45

Welcome and Comments

Hong Jiao (University of Maryland)

8:45-9:30

Echnology enhanced formative assessment increases the efficacy of the homework review process

Kim Kelly & Neil Heffernan (Worcester Polytechnic Institute)

9:30-10:15

Improving assessment and instruction with process data and learning analytics

Mingyu Feng (WestEd)

Break

Morning Session II

10:30-11:15

Using Assessment Data to Generate Individualized Learning Materials to Students: What We Learned from Developing the I-DAP

Ying Cheng  (University of Notre Dame) 

11:15-12:00

Evidence-based method for iterative online course engineering with students’ performance profile

Noboru Matsuda & Machi Shimmei (North Carolina State University)

 

November 7th (Thursday)

Afternoon Session I

1:00-1:45

A clinical-holistic approach to educational assessment for learning: Using multiple data sources and multiple methods.                

Joanna Gorin (Educational Testing Service)

1:45-2:30

Learning progressions-based assessments to guide classroom practices in mathematics: Sources and considerations for validity evidence       -

Leanne Ketterlin Geller (Southern Methodist University)

Break

Afternoon Session II

2:45-3:30

Using Diagnostic Assessment Data to Advance Student Success: Results from the Diagnostic Assessment and Achievement of College Skills (DAACS) Project

Jason Bryer (Excelsior College) & Heidi Andrade (University of Albany)

3:30-4:15

Designing Score Reports to Maximize Validity and Instructional Usefulness

Karen Barton & Audra Kosh (Edmentum )

 

November 8th (Friday)

Morning Session I

7:30-8:30

Registration and Breakfast

8:30-9:15

Use of Learning Maps as an Organizing Structure for Formative Assessment

Neal Kingston (The University of Kansas )

9:15-10:00

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Break

Morning Session II

10:15-11:00

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11:00-11:45

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11:45-12:00

Closing Comments 

Robert Lissitz (University of Maryland)