Educational Research Quarterly

Educational Research Quarterly is a magazine focusing on Education

Articles from Vol. 25, No. 2, December

A Comparison of Two Scoring Strategies for Performance Assessments
The reliability of two strategies for holistic rubric scoring of performance assessments was compared The traditional proximal judgement method was compared to a recently proposed dominance judgement strategy. Twenty raters were trained in the scoring...
Block Scheduling and Georgia Elementary Students' Academic Achievement: An Exploratory Study
In this study we examined the effects of parallel block scheduling on the reading and math achievement of elementary school children in South Georgia. The sample for this study comprised students who were in the third, fourth, and fifth grades between...
Elementary and Secondary Public School Principals' Perceptions of School Problems
Elementary and secondary principals ' perceptions of the severity of problems in public schools were investigated in this study through the analysis of data from a nationally representative sample of public school principals (N = 8,221, weighted N =...
Personality and Time on Task: The Role of Conscientiousness in Attention and Information Acquisition
The relationship between conscientiousness, attention, and information acquisition was explored One-hundred and twenty-eight participants were tested on the content of three reading passages and administered the NEO-PI-R along with an attention questionnaire....
Student Evaluations of Faculty Performance: The Role of Gender Expectationis in Differential Evaluations
Past research has shown how gender contributes to different styles of communication, management, parenting and teaching. Gender roles influence the expectations people have for job performance within various settings. These expectations in turn influence...
Teacher Perspective-Taking: Developmental and Individual Differences
The purpose of this project was to investigate the abilities of pre-service and experienced teachers to take student perspectives and to examine the types of inferences that they made about children's thinking. Of particular interest was the extent to...
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