PhD Measurement, Quantitative Methods and Learning Sciences, University of Housto
Dr. George’s research includes predictive analytics on student success in STEM courses, particularly precalculus and calculus 1. She also is interested in cross-cultural analysis of STEM attitudes, especially attitudes that influence math efficacy and performance.
Tang, D., Fan, W., Zou, Y., George, R. A., Arbona, C., & Olvera, N. E. (2021). Self-efficacy and achievement emotions as mediators between learning climate and learning persistence in college calculus: A sequential mediation analysis. Learning and Individual Differences, 92, 102094.
George, R. A., Fan, W., & Tang, D. (2020, June). Self-Beliefs of Success for College Calculus Students. In 2020 ASEE Virtual Annual Conference Content Access.
George, R. (2019, June). Predictors for success in Calculus I. In 2019 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition.