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C. Victor Bunderson, PhD

Chairman and President

 

Selected Publications

Refereed Articles and Chapters in Books

Bunderson, C. V. (2003). How to build a domain theory: On the validity centered design of construct-linked scales of learning and growth (pdf), in Wilson, M. Ed. Objective Measurement: Theory into Practice, Ablex Publishing Co.

Bunderson, C. V., & Newby, V. (2003). The role of design experiments and invariant measurement scales in the development of domain theories (pdf), in Wilson, M. Ed. Objective Measurement: Theory into Practice, Ablex Publishing Co.

Pelton, T. and Bunderson, C. V. (2003). The recovery of the density scale using a stochastic quasi-realization of additive conjoint measurement, Journal of Applied Measurement.ent. 4 (3).

Martinez, Margaret & Bunderson, C. V. (2000). Building Interactive Web Learning Environments to Match and Support Individual Learning Differences, Journal of Interactive Learning Research.

Martinez, Margaret, & Bunderson, C. V. (1997). Transformation: A Description of Intentional Learning. The Researcher, Vol. 13, No. 1, Northern Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, pps 27-35.

Gibbons, A. S., Bunderson, C.V., Olsen, J.B., and Robertson, J. (1996, Spring). Work Models: Still Beyond Instructional Objectives, Machine Mediated Instruction.ion.

Bunderson, E. D. and Bunderson, C. V. (1996, Fall). Implications of Teachers' Recollection's of Topics Selected by Boys and Girls for Science Fair Projects. J. of Elementary Science Education, Vol 8. No. 2.

Bunderson, C. V., Inouye, D.K., and Olsen, J.B. (1989). The four generations of computerized testing. In R. Linn (Ed.), Educational Measurement, nt, (3rd ed., Chap. 9, pp. 367-407). New York: Macmillan. (Also Japanese Edition, published by the Center for the Study of Learning, Yokohama, Japan, 1993.)

Bunderson, C. V. Foreword; in Wainer, H. (Ed.) Computerized Adaptive Testing: A Primer. Erlbaum Assoc., Hillsdale, N.J., 1990.

Bunderson, C. V. Measurement Science and Training. (Keynote chapter with chapters written by training practitioners) in C. Sleezer (Ed.). Improving human resource development through measurement. American Society for Training and Development, 1989; (also ETS RR-88-63).

Bunderson, C. V., and Inouye, D.K. (1987). The evolution of computer-aided educational delivery systems. In R. Gagne (Ed.), Instructional Technology, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Bunderson, C. V. (1984). Instructional effectiveness of an intelligent videodisc in biology. (with B. Baillio, J. B. Olsen, J. I. Lipson & K. M. Fisher). Machine-Mediated Learning, 1, 2.

Bunderson, C. V. (1973, September). The TICCIT project: Design strategy for educational innovation. In S. A. Harrison & L. M. Stolurow (Eds.) Productivity in Higher Education, National Institutes of Education.

Other Relevant Publications or Presentations

Bunderson, C. V. (2000, April). Design experiments, design science, and the philosophy of measured realism: Philosophical foundations of design experiments. Symposium session at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

Strong-Krause, D. (2000, April). Developing invariant, construct-valid measurement scales in spoken English as a second language (pdf). Symposium session at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA. LA.

Bunderson, C. V., Martinez, M., & Wiley, D. (2000, April). Verification in a design experiment context: Validity argument as design process. Symposium session at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

Bunderson, C. V., Strong-Krause, D., and Martinez, M. (2000). Foundations of Design Experiments: Science Philosophy, Measurement, and Validation Methodology; Symposium accepted for presentation in Division D (Measurement) American Educational Research Assoc., April, 2000.

Bunderson, C. V., and Martinez, Margaret., (1996, September). Differentiated staffing in global expert learning communities (GELC), NSF Final Project Report, NSF Grant Number RED 9454799, Brigham Young University. (See http://www.byu.edu/acd1/ed/elc/final.html)

Bunderson, C. V., and Martinez, Margaret., (1996, September). Differentiated staffing in global expert learning communities (GELC), NSF Final Project Report, NSF Grant Number RED 9454799, Brigham Young University. (See http://www.byu.edu/acd1/ed/elc/final.html)

Bunderson, C. V., Olsen, J., & Greenberg, Arana. (21 December 1990). Computerized Educational Assessment -- An Opportunity to Restructure Educational Practice, Monograph prepared for U.S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment, U.S. Government Printing Office.

Related Articles by Colleagues Outside EduMetrics

Strong-Krause, D. (2002). Toward a domain theory in English as a second language. Paper presented at the April 2002 IOMW Conference. New Orleans, LA. In G. Englehard, Jr., M. Wilson, K. Draney (Eds.), Objective measurement: Theory into practice. Vol. 6. Norweed, New Jersey: Ablex Publishing Corporation.

Dissertations

Vic Bunderson has been the committee chair for the following dissertations:

Spencer, Steve. The strength of multidimensional item response theory in exploring construct space that is multidimensional and correlated. In-process doctoral dissertation, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.

Pelton, Timothy W. (2002). The Accuracy of Unidimensional Measurement Models in the Presence of Deviations from the Underlying Assumptions. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.

Xin, C. (2002). Validity Centered Design for the Domain of Engaged Collaborative Discourse in Computer Conferencing. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.

Strong-Krause, D. (2001). English as a second language speaking abilty: A study in domain theory development. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.

Wiley, D. A. (2000). Learning Object Design and Sequencing Theory. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. [This dissertation has been published in several pieces, such as Wiley, D. A. (2000). Connecting learning objects to instructional design theory: A definition, a metaphor, and a taxonomy.]

Mendenhall, Bob. (2000). A Model and Principles for Effective Internet-based Distance Education. (pdf)

Martinez, M. (1998). An investigation into successful learning--Measuring the impact of learning orientation, a primary learner-difference variable, on learning. Dissertation for Brigham Young University (UMI# 7972948).

Dissertations in Process (Dissertation Committees)

McBride, Reo. A domain theory for fluent oral reading. In-process doctoral dissertation, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.

Wong, Kairong. The use of judgment-based calibration (JBC) in determining a local learning theory for fluent oral reading. In-process doctoral dissertation, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.

 

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