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Scott Holcomb, Postdoctoral Associate

Scott Holcomb

T. Scott Holcomb is a Postdoctoral Associate in the Trinity College of Arts & Sciences Program in Education at Duke University. His research interests include: educational leadership, rater-mediated assessment, inter-rater reliability, educator effectiveness, and teacher evaluation. Prior to earning his doctorate, Scott was an elementary school teacher (grades 3-5) and a K-5 math/literacy interventionist for over ten years in North Carolina and South Carolina public schools.

Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Ed.S., University of Augusta (GA)
M.A., College of Charleston
B.B.A., James Madison University

Contact Info:
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Office Phone:  +1 919 660 3075
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Teaching (Spring 2023):

  • EDUC 290.01, SELECTED TOPICS Synopsis
    TBA, MW 01:45 PM-03:00 PM
Office Hours:

By appointment

Assessment (large scale assessment, validity, reliability, etc.) • Education (Early childhood) • Education, Elementary • Educational evaluation • Educational leadership • Educational policy and educational systems • Educational research and planning • Educational tests and measurements--Evaluation • Inter-rater Reliability • Public schools • Teacher education • Teachers--Rating of

Recent Publications

  1. Holcomb, TS; Lambert, R; Bottoms, B, Reliability Evidence for the NC Teacher Evaluation Process Using a Variety of Indicators of Inter-Rater Agreement, Journal of Educational Supervision, vol. 5 no. 1 (April, 2022), pp. 27-43, The University of Maine [doi]
  2. Holcomb, TS, Flipped Classrooms in PK-12 Settings: Research Review, Voices of Reform (December, 2021), pp. 81-92, Nina B. Hollis Institute at Stetson University [doi]  [abs]
  3. Hitchcock, J; Lambert, R; Holcomb, T, Hierarchical Linear Modeling with Qualitative Data that Have Been Quantitized, in The Routledge Reviewer's Guide to Mixed Methods Analysis, edited by Onwuegbuzie, A; Johnson, RB (2021), Routledge, ISBN 1138305278  [abs]

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