Brian Lukoff

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Pairwise sequence alignment methods are now often used when analyzing eyetracking data [Hacisalihzade et al. 1992; Brandt and Stark 1997; Josephson and Holmes 2002, 2006; Pan et al. 2004; Heminghous and Duchowski 2006]. While optimal sequence alignment scores provide a valuation of similarity and difference, they do not readily provide a statistical test of(More)
Peer Instruction, a well-known student-centered teaching method, engages students during class through structured, frequent questioning and is often facilitated by classroom response systems. The central feature of any Peer Instruction class is a conceptual question designed to help resolve student misconceptions about subject matter. We provide students(More)
OBJECTIVE In our effort to establish criterion-based skills training for surgeons, we assessed the performance of 17 experienced laparoscopic surgeons on basic technical surgical skills recorded electronically in 26 modules selected in 5 commercially available, computer-based simulators. METHODS Performance data were derived from selected surgeons(More)
  • Gary King, Ma Brookline, +4 authors Us Cl
  • 2015
2003/0014400 A1 1/2003 Siegel 2007/0027889 A1 * 2/2007 Kaufman .................... .. 707/101 2008/0052203 A1* 2/2008 Beyer et a1. ................... .. 705/28 2008/0254431 A1 10/2008 Woolf et a1. 2009/0171686 A1* 7/2009 Eberstadt ........................ .. 705/1 2009/0305218 A1* 12/2009 Dozier et a1. 434/362 2010/0114702 A1* 5/2010 Wu et a1. ..........(More)
In educational measurement, the objective is to measure some unknown latent variable or variables that represent a student’s underlying ability or abilities in a subject domain. The first step in this process is to collect observable data from the student that will provide a window into these latent variables. Typically, this takes the form of a student’s(More)
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