At the end of the discussions on Saturday, I meant to add this to the twitter feed as it relates to some of the words on literacy, activism, etc.. It’s Danah Boyd’s talk from SXSWEdu—if you haven’t seen it, buckle up ’cause it’s a tough listen, but so thought-provoking.… Read the rest “Follow up to last session at the Festschrift Symposium”
In 2017 Prof P David Pearson delivered the OUCEA Annual Lecture at the Ashmolean Museum on 25th May.
‘Recent Developments in Reading Assessment in the USA National Assessment of Education Progress (NAEP): An Analysis of Conceptual, Digital, Psychometric, and Policy Trends’
http://podcasts.ox.ac.uk/recent-developments-reading-assessment-usa-national-assessment-educational-progress-naep … Read the rest “Recent Developments the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP): An Analysis of Conceptual, Digital, Psychometric, and Policy Trends. Pearson,P. D. (2017)”
This presentation was given at the University of Wyoming Fall Literacy Conference on September 24, 2010. Focuses on the role of talk in promoting comprehension.
David gave this talk at Vanderbilt University in 2007. It was originally presented at the National Reading Conference in 2006 in Los Angeles, CA. The written form of the talk appears in
Pearson, P.D. (2007). An historical analysis of the impact of educational research on policy and practice: Reading as an illustrative case.… Read the rest “An historical analysis of the impact of educational research on policy and practice: Reading as an illustrative case. Pearson, P. D. (2007)”
This is the talk I gave at AERA in New Orleans for getting the 2010 Distinguished Contributions to Research in Education Award. … Read the rest “The tortured history of reading comprehension assessment. AERA 2011”