Eun Hye Ham

Dr. Eun Hye Ham currently resides in Korea.

Ham has worked on developing academic achievement or attitude tests for K-12 students. She received her B.A. and M.A. at Seoul National University in South Korea, majoring in Educational Measurement and Evaluation and her PhD in Measurement and Quantitative Methods at Michigan State University. She is experienced in examining test constructs and evaluating the quality of items or tests, applying Structure Equation Modeling (SEM) and Item Response Theory (IRT).

Ham’s inquiry has focused on how to measure students’ growth in knowledge and practice, and how to translate the measures into useful information for teaching and learning. She has also researched measuring teaching competence and evaluating teacher education programs. Her other interests include the application of multidimensional item response theory (MIRT) for designing and scoring performance-based assessment and the validity issues of rating scale for measuring attitude.