Audrey Conway Roberts
Audrey Conway Roberts
- Position: Assistant Professor
- Phone: 419-372-7379
- Email: email@example.com
- Address: 546 Education
Ph.D., Education Sciences-Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation, University of Kentucky, 2019
Dissertation: Validation of a School Climate Instrument using a Rasch Rating Scale Model
M.S., Educational and Counseling Psychology, University of Kentucky, 2015
B.S., Psychology, Centre College, 2012
COURSES TAUGHT at BGSU
EDFI 3020-Educational Psychology
EDFI 4020/5020-Assessment and Evaluation in Education
EDFI 6420-Research Methods in Education
EDFI 6450-Using K-12 Assessment Data to Improve Practice
School Climate/Learning Environments
My research interests focus on using quantitative measurement in evaluation and survey research so that data users can make informed decisions with valid results. For this reason, I conduct research in both K-12 and higher education environments, using a variety of quantitative techniques. Although my broader focus lies within quantitative methodologies, I am particularly interested in students’ and teachers’ perspectives of learning environments and how school decisions are made from this information.
Booth, M. Z., Roberts, A.C., Gerard, J. M., & Gilfillan, B. H. (Under review). Adolescent perceptions of school climate, attitude toward school, and self-efficacy: The intersectionality of race and gender
LaVenia, K., Roberts, A. C., Johnson, P. (Under review). Predicting levy success. Journal of Education Finance
Matuga, J. Booth, M. Z., Roberts, A. C., & Koscheva, C. (2021). Proceedings of the 15th international technology, education and development conference. IATED Digital Library. http://doi: 10.21125/inted.2021
Roberts, O. T., Maiorca, C., & Roberts, A. C. (2019). Positively influencing preservice elementary teachers’ mathematics conceptions and content knowledge. Ohio Journal of Teacher Education, 33(2), 20–34.
Roberts, A. C. (2019). Validation of a school climate instrument using a Rasch rating scale model. Theses and Dissertations--Education Science. 49.
Roberts, A. C., LaVenia, K. & Johnson, P. (2021). Predicting Ohio school levy success. Paper accepted at the American Educational Research Association Conference.
Roberts, T., Maiorca, C., & Roberts, A. C. (2021). A mixed methods exploration of first year inclusive preservice teachers’ conceptions of teaching mathematics. Paper accepted at the American Educational Research Association Conference.
Matuga, J. Booth, M. Z., Roberts, A. C., & Koscheva, C. (2021). Perceptions of metacognitive and self-regulation strategy use of undergraduate students during the COVID-19 pandemic. Paper presented virtually at the International Technology, Education, and Development Conference.
Roberts, A. C. (2019). Filling in the gaps: Descriptive analysis of teachers’ school climate perceptions. Paper presented at the Midwestern Educational Research Association Conference, Cincinnati, OH.
Waddington, R. J., Roberts, A. C., Berends, M., & Dallavis, J. (2019). Understanding the moderating impacts of “Effective Schools” characteristics on voucher program-participating students’ achievement in Indiana. Paper presented at the Association for Education Finance and Policy Annual Conference, Kansas City, MO.
Roberts, A. C., & Sampson, S. (2018). Validation and DIF analysis of a school climate measure. Paper presented at the Midwestern Educational Research Association Conference, Cincinnati, OH.
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