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.Education:
PhD Measurement, Quantitative Methods and Learning Sciences, University of HoustoSelected Publications:
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.