Presentations by Elisabeth Barnett2017-11-02T19:46:51-04:00

Presentations by Elisabeth Barnett

What Does the Research Say about Effective Placement?

July 29, 2020 | Maryland Placement Policies Community of Practice Virtual Kickoff Meeting

CAPR's Elisabeth Barnett will describe the reasons to consider the use of multiple measures assessment (MMA) for placement and how an MMA system can be structured.

Placement and Multiple Measures Research Overview

June 24, 2019 | SUNY Strong Start to Finish Placement Workshop

In this session, researchers shared information on why colleges should consider using multiple measures, options available to them, and factors to take into account when implementing the system.

Improving Student Placement Using Multiple Measures Assessment

March 25, 2019 | American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC) Webinar

This webinar will make the case for implementing multiple measures to assess and place students and describe what institutions should consider when establishing new placement systems. 

Improving Developmental Education: Multiple Measures and Math Pathways

February 26, 2019 | League for Innovation in the Community College Annual Conference

In this session, researchers presented promising findings from studies examining multiple measures for developmental course placement and math pathways reforms within the context of results from a national survey about developmental education practices.

Multiple Measures Assessment: Two Studies on Implementation and Early Impacts

February 24, 2019 | League for Innovation in the Community College Annual Conference

This session focused on how to set up a multiple measures assessment and placement system in a college, taking into account what we know about impacts on student outcomes, resources needed, and lessons learned on implementation in three states.

Student Assessment and Placement Using Multiple Measures

October 11, 2018 | SUNY Association of Chief Academic Officers Fall 2018 Conference

In this session, Elisabeth Barnett described why the use of multiple measures for assessment and placement is widely becoming viewed as superior to the use of placement tests alone.

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