A Critical Review of Available Empirical Applications in Cognitive Diagnosis Modeling: A Webinar
Students, teachers, educators, researchers, and practitioners are invited to attend the webinar, “A Critical Review of Available Empirical Applications in Cognitive Diagnosis Modeling,” which will be held via Zoom on 25 November 2022, 4:00 pm–5:30 pm, Philippine Standard Time. The webinar is free and open to the public, but slots are open on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Speaker and the Webinar
Dr. Miguel Sorrel is an Assistant Professor of the Facultad de Psicologia at the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid. Dr. Sorrel’s webinar, “A Critical Review of Available Empirical Applications in Cognitive Diagnosis Modeling,” is the second of three webinars under the “Colloquium Series on Cognitive Diagnosis Modeling and Applications.”
Organizers and Queries
- The UP CIDS Assessment, Curriculum and Technology Research Program (ACTRP)
- UP College of Education – Educational Research and Evaluation Area
- Psychometrics Research Laboratory
No certificates will be provided for attendees. For inquiries, please contact Dr. Kevin Carl Santos at [email protected].
About ACTRP and UP CIDS
The Assessment Curriculum and Technology Research Program (ACTRP) is one of 12 research programs under the University of the Philippines’ Center for Integrative and Development Studies (UP CIDS). A joint research program between the Assessment Research Centre (ARC) of the University of Melbourne and the University of the Philippines, ACTRP seeks to advise and inform the Philippine system of education through curriculum, teaching, and assessment research based on empirical studies of curriculum innovation and implementation. Its current projects include “Language Match and Teacher Preparation Study in BARMM.” Visit the ACTRP page to learn more about the program.
The UP Center for Integrative and Development Studies (UP CIDS) is a policy research unit of the University of the Philippines. It is mandated to encourage collaborative and rigorous research addressing issues of national significance. Currently, it has 12 research programs.