Dr. Robert (Bob) delMas retired in May 2022 after over 30 years of significant contributions to the field of statistics education; the University of Minnesota; and countless students of statistics (some he will never meet).
Michael Harwell's research interests are defined by three lines of work. One focuses on developing meta-analytic effect sizes and tests that extract information from a pool of studies beyond traditional measures like standardized mean differences for…
David Johnson is Co-Director of the Cooperative Learning Center. For the past 40 years, he has served as an organizational consultant to schools and businesses throughout the world. He is a practicing psychotherapist. Johnson held the Emma M.
Francis Lawrenz's major research focus is science and mathematics program evaluation. Lawrenz's evaluations utilize a variety of techniques to best fit the needs of a given situation and usually involve mixing methods in a variety of ways.
Through research, Scott McConnell and his colleagues have developed Individual Growth and Development Indicators, tools that allow teachers to efficiently monitor young children’s language and early literacy development.
Anthony Pellegrini's research and teaching are generally concerned with children’s development and include specific interests in children’s play, children's sex segregation, social dominance, and aggression.
In 1953 S. Samuels graduated from Queens College in New York City with a degree in elementary education and taught for more than ten years in New York and California. During that time, I taught all grades except first grade.
Morse-Alumni Distinguisher Teaching Professor University of Minnesota and Associate Member Faculty in Professional Relations University of Stavanger Norway Part-Time Psychology Practitioner Maplewood Psychology Licensed Psychologist and Board…
Robert Tennyson is a professor emeritus of educational psychology and technology in learning and cognition. Tennyson's published works range from basic theoretical articles on human learning to applied books on instructional design and technology.
Patricia Veach's research focuses on training and supervision of human service professionals, in particular mental health counselors and genetic counselors; process variables in helping relationships (e.g.
The emphasis of Kay Herting Wahl's professional career was on public education: as a teacher, school counselor, and associate professor. As a K-12 school counselor, she became interested in higher education training programs for school counselors.