Office Location: 3800 HBLL
Colleges & Assignments: Education, Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Student Development
Ken joined the Center for Teaching and Learning, after having worked for the last five years developing classroom and large-scale assessments for a Church department. He also developed many surveys designed to evaluate programs, personnel, products, etc. He periodically teaches a graduate course on assessment in the Department of Instructional Psychology and Technology. He has also taught several courses in the College of Religious Education.
As part of his doctoral work, he developed a set of alternative assessments (concept maps) designed to capture the structural understanding of university students in integrative biology courses. He is currently collaborating with several faculty members on papers dealing with impact of learning interventions in the classroom.
He speaks Spanish fluently. His wife is from Perú and they have three children. He is an avid soccer player.
- Large scale cognitive assessment
- Affective assessment
- Performance assessment
- Alternative assessment
- Instructional design best practices
- Teaching presentation
- Rater-mediated assessment
- PhD Instructional Psychology and Technology, Brigham Young University
- MS Educational Leadership and Policy, University of Utah
- BA. Spanish Translation, Brigham Young University