Erin E. Winters Ph.D. Student - Learning & Mind Sciences
Erin Winters is a doctoral student and GAANN Fellow in education
with an emphasis in learning and mind sciences,
specializing in educational measurement and
Her research considers different approaches for validating the
scores from high stakes and large scale for different uses.
She’s particularly interested in examining the effectiveness of
different statistical approaches for establishing the
instructional sensitivity of tests and assessments, especially as
they relate to research design.
MEd. Educational Psychology - Measurement and Statistics,
University of Washington (2016)
BA Psychology – Humboldt State University (2012)
American Educational Research Association (AERA)
American Evaluation Association (AEA)
American Psychological Association (APA)
National Council on Measurement in Education (NCME)
Megan Welsh joined the School in July 2014 as an assistant
professor in educational assessment and measurement. Since 2008,
she was an assistant professor at the University of Connecticut.
Her primary areas of research include test validity analysis, the
use of assessment as an educational reform lever, grading, and
evaluation of educational programs.