Bruce B. Frey
Joseph R. Pearson Hall, room #643
Bruce Frey, Ph.D. was trained at the University of Kansas in the areas of statistics, measurement and research design. His areas of research include classroom assessment, instrument development and program evaluation. Dr. Frey is the author of several books, including Statistics Hacks and Modern Classroom Assessment. He co-edited the Encyclopedia of Research Design. In terms of measurement instruments, Dr. Frey is a co-author of the widely used Levels of Collaboration Scale (utilized in program evaluations) and the Spirituality Index of Well-Being. Dr. Frey has won many teaching awards at the School and University level, including the ING Professor of Excellence Award, given annually by the University of Kansas to a faculty member for outstanding performance in the classroom and commitment to the profession. Dr. Frey specializes in classroom assessment, evaluation methodology, and spirituality index of well-being.
Courses: EPSY 715:Understanding Research in Education EPSY 720:Educational Measurement in the Classroom EPSY 803:Computer Applications for Statistical Analyses EPSY 822:Educational Scales, Questionnaires, and Sampling EPSY 902:Research Methodology in Education EPSY 903:Computer Applications for Statistical Analyses