Ph.D. in Research, Measurement, and Statistics from Georgia State University
Quantitative Research, Surveys, Statistics, Measurement, IRT, HLM, Meta-analysis
Robert Hendrick, Ph.D. works in the Center for Evaluation & Research as an affiliate and assists doctoral students and faculty with statistical analysis and research design. He specializes in quantitative research design and statistics. Formerly, he was a mathematics software designer for PLATO Learning and Assistant Superintendent in a Georgia School District.
Benson, G., Curlette, W., Ogletree, S., Hendrick, R. (accepted). Using clinical teaching to increase student achievement in high-needs, urban, partnership schools. School-University Partnerships (NAPDS Special Issue: Teacher Inquiry in Professional Development Schools: How it makes a difference).
Hendrick, R., Thompson, W. (2016). Reading research 101. ACSM’s Health and Fitness Journal, 20(1), 9-13.
Curlette, W. L., Hendrick, R. C., Ogletree, S. L., Benson, G. T. (2014) Student achievement from anchor action research studies in high-needs, urban professional development schools. In Creating visions for university school partnerships. Information Age Publishing.
Curlette, W. L., Hendrick, R. C. (2014) Advocating for the use of social networks in individual psychology. The Journal of Individual Psychology