Wang, E.L., Correnti, R., Matsumura, L.C. & Litman, D. (2022). Contributions to automated writing scoring and feedback systems. RAND Research Brief.
Correnti, R., Matsumura, L.C., Wang, E., Litman, D., Zhang, H. (2022). Building a validity argument for an automated writing evaluation system (eRevise) as a formative assessment. Computers and Education Open.
Stein, M.K., Russell, J.L., Bill, V., Correnti, R., & Speranzo, L. (2021). Coach learning to help teachers learn to enact conceptually rich, student-focused mathematics lessons. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education.
Litman, D., Zhang, H., Correnti, R., Matsumura, L., & Wang, E. A fairness evaluation of automated methods for scoring text evidence usage in writing," Proceedings of 22nd International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED), June 2021.
Witherspoon, E., Ferrer, N., Correnti, R., Schunn, C., & Stein, M.K. (2021). Coaching that supports teachers learning to enact ambitious instruction. Instructional Science.
Richard Correnti's Google Scholar profile
News and Awards
Diane Litman, Lindsay Clare Matsumura, and Rip Correnti were among the 2021-2022 awardees of the Learning Engineering Tools Competition Catalyst Prize. The team received the award to create the web-based application "Automated Assessment of Classroom Discussion Quality," that will use natural language processing and machine learning methods to analyze classroom discussion quality.
July 12, 2022
The James S. McDonnell Foundation has awarded a five-year, $2.5 million grant to Mary Kay Stein, Chris Schunn, Lindsay Clare Matsumura, Jennifer Russell, and Richard Correnti for "Teacher Learning to Enact Productive Discussions in Mathematics and Literacy."
December 15, 2017
Richard Correnti, LRDC Research Scientist and Associate Professor, School of Education, and co-Principal Investigators Mary Kay Stein, Associate Director for Educational Research and Practice, and Jennifer Russell, LRDC Research Scientist and Associate Professor, School of Education were awarded a 2017 Spencer Foundation grant for “Improvement of Mathematics Teaching At-Scale.”
Diane Litman, Richard Correnti, and Lindsay Clare Matsumura, LRDC Research Scientists have been awarded an IES grant for their project, "Response-to-Text Tasks to Assess Students' Use of Evidence and Organization in Writing: Using Natural Language Processing for Scoring Writing and Providing Feedback At-Scale."
July 1, 2016
Meghan Bathgate, Chris Schunn, and Rip Correnti’s research on Childrens’ responses to science across settings is featured in the May 2016 Relating Research to Practice Brief, a website supported by the National Science Foundation.
May 31, 2016