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Technological Implications for Assessment Ecosystems: Opportunities for Digital Technology to Advance Assessment


by John T. Behrens & Kristen E. DiCerbo - 2014


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 116 Number 11, 2014, p. 1-22
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17651, Date Accessed: 2/20/2020 6:54:23 AM
 
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  • John Behrens
    Pearson
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    JOHN T. BEHRENS is Vice President of Learning Analytics for the Pearson School Group and Vice President of the Center for Digital Data, Analytics & Adaptive Learning at Pearson. He is also an adjunct assistant research professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Notre Dame (Indiana, USA) and would like to thank the department for its support. John promotes, researches, and creates digital learning experiences that combine computational and statistical methods with psychological principles to improve learning and education.
  • Kristen DiCerbo
    Pearson
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    KRISTEN DICERBO is a principal research scientist in the Center for Digital Data, Analytics and Adaptive Learning at Pearson and a Distinguished Learning Game Researcher at GLASSLAB (Glasslabgames.org). Her research program focuses on the use of interactive technologies, including games, to understand what players know and can do.
 
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