Associate professor, Lynch School of Education
Education: Ph.D., educational research, measurement, and evaluation, Boston College
Specialization: Technology and assessment
Representative Publication: “Examining the Relationship Between Home and School Computer Use and Students’ English/Language-Arts Test Scores” (co-authored), Journal of Technology, Learning, and Assessment, February, 2005
Honors: Chief Editor, Journal of Technology, Learning and Assessment; Cognition and Student Learning Grant, Institute of Education Sciences, 2004-present; National Science Foundation Grant, 2003-present; U.S. Department of Education Grant, Enhancing State Assessment Systems, 2003-present
Projects: I plan to continue working with educational leaders in New England states to develop better computer-based student assessment systems, examining the effectiveness of online learning, and studying the impacts of programs that provide students and teachers with their own laptops. I’m also finalizing a book titled The Gap Between Technology and Assessment, and will begin a second book that examines educational technology in K-12 schools.
Michael Russell’s Boston College webpage.