Assistant Professor; Doctor of Educational Leadership
George Fox University
Dane Christian Joseph received his PhD in Educational Psychology with a focus on Research, Evaluation, and Measurement (2010), as well as an MA in Philosophy (2006) from Washington State University, and is an Assistant Professor in the Doctor of Educational Leadership Program at George Fox University. His scholarly interests focus on examining the fairness of education or sport regulatory systems, policies, and procedures and the impact it has on people’s ability to make well-informed decisions. Some of his past publications or presentations have investigated how or why: enforcing stand-alone data ethics courses is vital in supporting graduate researchers’ moral and professional development; highlighting equitable (and not necessarily equal) sport playing-time policies makes a noticeable difference in promoting holistic athlete development; reviewing mixed-methods course evaluation data is a necessary but not sufficient condition for faculty feedback and growth; and designing randomized test keys is vital to limiting successful guesses and construct-irrelevant variance. He teaches graduate courses in educational statistics, quantitative research methods, and ethics, and is also a member of GFU's IRB and Faculty Council.
Thursday, November 15
3:00 PM – 4:15 PM