The Consortium for Research Educational Assessment and Teaching Effectiveness (CREATE) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the improvement of assessment and evaluation in PK-12 and higher education.
Membership in CREATE is open to all persons and organizations engaged in educational assessment or evaluation research, policy, or practice.
2021 CREATE Conference
Dr. David Berliner
2020 Millman Scholar
The purpose of CREATE is to facilitate learning through educational assessment and teaching effectiveness.
We strive to achieve this purpose by:
Welcome to the Consortium for Research on Educational Assessment and Teacher Effectiveness (CREATE) webpage. I am honored to serve as the President of this organization that has made such an impact on me. I joined this organization as a doctoral student at The George Washington University and still remember my excitement at engaging with veteran scholars and emerging scholars like myself in thoughtful conversations about research on evaluations and assessments. I continued to engage in the conference as a P12 practitioner. For the last five years, I have been involved as an associate professor in the Department of Educational Administration, Leadership, and Research at Western Kentucky University. A few of my favorite things about CREATE include:
· thinking deeply about assessment and evaluation while listening to some of the most
recognized and respected voices in our field as they spoke at keynote sessions and the Millman
· engaging with doctoral students as they shared their work through round table sessions and the
poster session competition.
· participating with other CREATE board members in sharing my professional journey with
· presenting my research and even emerging research for critique from others with like interests.
· listening to others’ presentations for ideas to spark my work both as an instructor and a
What are your favorite experiences at CREATE? If you have never joined us, we hope you will consider attending the conference in beautiful Asheville, North Carolina, on October 10 and 11. Consider submitting a proposal for a round table, paper presentation, or poster presentation for the conference in Asheville, North Carolina. Check-in with us often as we continue to update our website and provide further information on how you might engage with us in our work.