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"What I Learned in Paris" at IRT

Once again, my friend Adam Crowe stands in as guest reviewer (should I say, staff member Adam Crowe?) for another of IRT’s offerings, which I sadly had to miss: 601 more words

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Roundhouse Kick From The Ground

Brian R. VanCise

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Martial Arts, Self Defense, Personal Protection, Instin

Lexiles: the making of a measure

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A recent conversation with a former colleague (it was more of a lecture) about what psychometricians don’t understand about students and education led me to resurrect an article that I wrote for the… 1,253 more words

Rasch Primer & Philosophy

Computer-Administered Tests That May Teach

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One of the political issues with computer administered tests (CAT) is what to do about examinees who want to revisit, review, and revise earlier responses. 1,050 more words

Rasch Primer & Philosophy

"The Hound of the Baskervilles" at Indiana Repertory Theatre


Only recently have I become a Sherlock Holmes fan – due mostly to the fine and modern British television series – Sherlock, that is shown on PBS, and which stars Benedict Cumberbatch as the detective and Martin Freeman as John Watson. 757 more words

Theatre Review

Marine Corps Martial Arts Program

One Mind Any Weapon…….

See You On The Mats!

Brian R. VanCise

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Martial Arts, Self Defense, Personal Protection, Instin

GAMMA 1 GAMMA 2 G2 submaximal uplink

In 1985 and 1986, this author [ Walter H. Schmitt, Jr., D.C. ] first presented his findings regarding 1) doctor started and 2) patient started muscle testing, calling these “gamma 1″ and “gamma 2″ type testing, respectively. 1,503 more words

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