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AACR III: Expanding a National Network for Automated Analysis of Constructed Response Assessments to Reveal Student Thinking in STEM. CREATE4STEM mini-conference. presented at the 02/2014, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI: CREATE4STEM. Retrieved from http://conference.create4stem.msu.edu/. (2014).
Examining the Impact of Question Surface Features on Students' Answers to Constructed Response Questions in Biology. MSU University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum. presented at the 04/2014, East Lansing, MI: MSU UURAF.. (2014).
Examining the Impact of Question Surface Features on Students’ Answers to Constructed Response Questions in Biology. CREATE4STEM mini-conference. presented at the 02/2014, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI: CREATE4STEM. Retrieved from http://conference.create4stem.msu.edu/. (2014).
Using Lexical Analysis Software to Assess Student Writing in Statistics. Technology Innovations in Statistics Education. presented at the 10/2014. Retrieved from http://escholarship.org/uc/item/57r90703. (2014).
Comparing Formative Feedback Reports: Human and Automated Text Analysis of Constructed Response Questions in Biology. In National Association on Research in Science Teaching. presented at the 04/2013, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico: NARST.. (2013).
How do biology undergraduates "explain" photosynthesis? Investigating student responses to different constructed response question stems. Michigan State University East Lansing, MI.. (2012).
Insight into Student Thinking in STEM: Lessons Learned from Lexical Analysis of Student Writing. Michigan State University; East Lansing, MI. presented at the 05/2012.. (2012).
Using Lexical Analysis to Explore Students’ Written Responses to Genetics Concept Assessment-Derived Items. Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research (SABER) Annual Meeting. presented at the 07/2012, National Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research: SABER.. (2012).
What are they thinking? Automated analysis of student writing about acid/base chemistry in introductory biology. CBE-LSE, 11(3). doi:10.1187/cbe.11-08-0084. (2012).
Computerized Analysis of Student Writing and Student Ideas about Scientific Concepts. Network for Academic Renewal Conference. presented at the 03/2011, Miami, FL: AAC&U and PKAL .. (2011).
Harnessing Technology to Improve Formative Assessment of Student Conceptions in STEM: Forging a National Network. CBE - Life Sciences Education, 10, 149-155. presented at the Summer. doi:10.1187/cbe.11-03-0019. (2011).
Moving Across Scales: Using Lexical Analysis to Reveal Student Reasoning about Photosynthesis. In National Association of Research on Science Teaching. presented at the 04/2011, Orlando, FL.. (2011).
Beyond Multiple Choice: Heterogeneous Thinking About Photosynthesis is Revealed by Automated Analysis of Student Writing. Michigan State University. presented at the 10/2010, Michigan State University STEM Education Day.. (2010).
Beyond Multiple Choice: Using Automated Analysis to Evaluate Student Writing About Biology. Michigan State University. presented at the 10/2010, Michigan State University: MSU STEM Education day.. (2010).
Beyond multiple choice exams: Using computerized lexical analysis to understand students’ conceptual reasoning in STEM disciplines. Frontiers in Education. presented at the October 18-21, San Antonio, TX: ASEE/IEEE . Retrieved from http://fie-conference.org/fie2009/papers/1195.pdf. (2009).