Ryan Farmer

Dr. Ryan FarmerTitle

An Empirical and Ethical Lens on Remote Administration of Standardized Tests

October 13, 2021 (Wednesday), 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. CDT

Bio

Dr. Ryan Farmer is an assistant professor of school psychology at Oklahoma State University. He received his doctorate in School Psychology at The University of Memphis in 2015, and completed his predoctoral and postdoctoral training at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Dr. Farmer is a Research Associate with the Center for Family Resilience and serves as on the editorial boards for the Journal of School Psychology and School Psychology Review. His research interests include assessment science as well as meta-practice and science issues in school psychology.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  1. Become familiar with the status, strengths, and limitations of evidence regarding remote ability testing

  2. Learn to differentiate types of construct-irrelevant influences, including those unique to teleassessment

  3. Consider teleassessment through an ethical lens and become familiar with the intersection between ethics and evidence for practice