About Dr. Jones
Dr. Eli Jones’ research focuses on measurement and assessment in educational settings. In particular, his work has explored issues relating to rater mediated assessment and other forms of performance assessment commonly used in educational settings, with an emphasis on classroom observation of teachers and teacher candidates. Methodologically, his work focuses on issues such as sparseness in rater networks, connectivity issues in ratings and the measurement of careless responses. His substantive efforts include research in teacher evaluations, student evaluations of teacher effectiveness, course evaluation and the development and validation of performance assessments and other measures used in K-12 and higher education settings. His work has been published in both educational and measurement journals such as Educational Research, Applied Psychological Measurement, the Journal of Educational Measurement and Educational Assessment.
Ph.D., Brigham Young University, 2016