Educational Research Quarterly

Educational Research Quarterly is a magazine focusing on Education

Articles from Vol. 22, No. 1, September

A Psychometric View of Those Who Administer Standardized Tests: Are Test Givers Instruments Too?
The article invokes a literal image of test givers as measurement devices, and explores the psychometric properties of these instruments. Concurrent and content validation are discussed as they pertain to this view of test givers. Test-retest and parallel...
Are Math Grades Cyclical?
This report examines the cyclical nature of student grades over a six year period An autoregressive integrated moving average model (ARIMA) to examine the cyclical nature of student grades. In general, student grades are above average for the first grading...
Classroom Teachers and Language-Minority Students
This paper discusses the practices of regular-classroom teachers (N=191) involved in teaching language-minority children. Using survey data, we examine teachers' knowledge about secondlanguage learning and their classroom practices. Our findings suggest...
Modeling Curriculum Intergrations with Secondary Preservice Teachers: A Case Study
In order to prepare preservice teacher education students to work with curriculum integration, the authors (one from English Education and one from Social Science Education) team taught a portion of their respective methods courses involving the students...
Predicting Performance of above and below Average Performers in Graduate Business Schools: A Split Sample Regression Analysis
Utilizing a sample of MBA students at a medium sized university in the midwestern portion of the U.S., this study employed split-sample regression techniques to determine whether quantitative and verbal GMAT scores, undergraduate GPAs, age, and gender...
The Effects of Gender Bias and Errors in Essay Grading
The present study investigated the effects of gender bias and number of errors as unintentional determinants on essay grades. Twenty-two undergraduate education majors were asked to grade four essays written by 6th grade students. Essays were similar...
The Prediction of Teacher Autonomy
The purpose of this study was to explore the relationships between autonomy and a set of attitudinal, professional participation, and reasons-for-leaving-teaching variables. The participants in the study consisted of a systematic sample of public school...