Faculty of Education

Faculty of Education
Faculty of Education

Allison Chapman

PhD Assessment and Evaluation/Cognitive Studies

Major Field

Assessment and Evaluation

Contact Information

Curriculum Vitae


Dr. Don Klinger

Research Interests

  • Educational measurement
  • Large-scale testing programs
  • Research methodologies
  • Teacher education
  • Formative assessment

Recent Activities

  • Lead Research Assistant (Dr. Don Klinger): High School Students in Applied English Programs (2013–present)
  • Lead Research Assistant (Dr. Chris DeLuca, Dr. Jamie Pyper, Dr. Don Klinger): Ontario Ministry of Education initiative, Building Capacity in Assessment for Learning Professional Learning Project (2013–2015)
  • Executive Member: National Council on Measurement in Education (NCME), Graduate Student Issues Committee (2012–2014)

Recent Awards

  • 2015 David Bateson New Scholar Award, Canadian Education Researchers’ Association
  • 2014 Robert J. Wilson Dissertation Development Award, Queen’s Assessment & Evaluation Group

Recent Refereed Contributions

DeLuca, C., Chapman, A. E. A., & Klinger, D. A. (under review). Students’ perspectives on the value and use of assessment for learning. Learning and Instruction.

DeLuca, C., Chapman, A. E. A., & Klinger, D. A. (under review). Implementing assessment for learning: A continuum framework for teacher professional learning. Journal of Teacher Education.

Traynor, A., & Chapman, A. E. A. (in press). Impeded attainment? The role of state exit examination-alternative route policy combinations. Teachers College Record.

Chapman, A. E. A. (2013). Beginning teachers’ developing teacher identities in an accountability context. Queen’s University Graduate Student Symposium Proceedings, 6, 16–33.

Lam, C. Y., Ma, J., Sebok, S. S., Chapman, A. E. A., & Mei, Y. (2013). Reflections on using data visualization techniques to engage stakeholders. Queen’s University Graduate Student Symposium Proceedings, 6, 81–96.