Stake, Robert E.

(b. 1927, Adams, Nebraska). Ph.D. Psychometrics, Princeton University; M.A., B.A., University of Nebraska.

Stake is Emeritus Professor of Education and Director of the Center for Instructional Research and Curriculum Evaluation (CIRCE) at the University of Illinois. Previously, he held faculty positions at Teachers College University of Nebraska, where he did research on testing, instruction, television teaching, and teaching machines, becoming Faculty Research Coordinator in 1962; the University of Connecticut; Central State College of Washington; Harvard University; the University of British Columbia; Universidad do Espirito Santo; the University of East Anglia; and Simon Fraser University. He has presented workshops and seminars at numerous other universities. He was a Fulbright Fellow in Sweden in 1973 and in Brazil in 1984. He has been active in the American Educational ...

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