2015 - Distinguished Contributions to Research in Education Award, American Educational Research Association
2008 - Fellow of the American Educational Research Association
His main research concerns Pedagogy, Mathematics education, Academic standards, Language arts and Accountability. His research in the fields of Curriculum and Teacher learning overlaps with other disciplines such as Relation. His work on Curriculum development as part of general Curriculum study is frequently connected to Generally Accepted Auditing Standards, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
His Mathematics education research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Teacher induction and Structured interview. His research investigates the connection with Language arts and areas like Learning standards which intersect with concerns in Public relations, Reform mathematics, National Science Education Standards, Interactive Mathematics Program and Comparative education. His Accountability research incorporates themes from Educational assessment and Educational evaluation.
Andrew C. Porter spends much of his time researching Mathematics education, Pedagogy, Instructional leadership, Professional development and Curriculum. His Mathematics education study combines topics in areas such as Academic standards, Higher education, Teacher induction and Achievement test. His work in Academic standards addresses subjects such as National curriculum, which are connected to disciplines such as Comparative education.
Pedagogy connects with themes related to Public relations in his study. In his work, Language arts is strongly intertwined with Reform mathematics, which is a subfield of Public relations. The study incorporates disciplines such as Foundation, Teaching method and Educational researcher in addition to Curriculum.
His primary areas of investigation include Instructional leadership, Time management, Mathematics education, Professional development and Process. His study with Instructional leadership involves better knowledge in Pedagogy. The Pedagogy study combines topics in areas such as Leadership style and Transformational leadership.
His research in Time management focuses on subjects like Leadership, which are connected to Content analysis and Semi-structured interview. His Mathematics education research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Teacher induction, Qualitative research and Interpersonal relationship. His Shared leadership research integrates issues from Servant leadership and Educational leadership.
Andrew C. Porter mainly focuses on Shared leadership, Instructional leadership, Statistical analysis, Interpersonal relationship and Qualitative research. Andrew C. Porter combines subjects such as Servant leadership and Educational leadership with his study of Shared leadership. His Instructional leadership study is associated with Pedagogy.
His Statistical analysis research covers fields of interest such as Qualitative property, Mathematics education, Educational quality and Location.
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What Makes Professional Development Effective? Results From a National Sample of Teachers
Michael S. Garet;Andrew C Porter;Laura Desimone;Beatrice F Birman.
American Educational Research Journal (2001)
Effects of Professional Development on Teachers’ Instruction: Results from a Three-year Longitudinal Study
Laura M Desimone;Andrew C. Porter;Michael S. Garet;Kwang Suk Yoon.
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis (2002)
Designing Professional Development That Works.
Beatrice F. Birman;Laura Desimone;Andrew C. Porter;Michael S. Garet.
Educational Leadership (2000)
Common Core Standards The New U.S. Intended Curriculum
Andrew Porter;Jennifer McMaken;Jun Hwang;Rui Yang.
Educational Researcher (2011)
Measuring the Content of Instruction: Uses in Research and Practice
Andrew C. Porter.
Educational Researcher (2002)
Synthesis of Research on Good Teaching: Insights from the Work of the Institute for Research on Teaching.
Andrew C. Porter;Jere Brophy.
Educational Leadership (1988)
Upgrading High School Mathematics Instruction: Improving Learning Opportunities for Low-Achieving, Low-Income Youth:
Adam Gamoran;Andrew C. Porter;John Smithson;Paula A. White.
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis (1997)
A Curriculum out of Balance The Case of Elementary School Mathematics
Educational Researcher (1989)
Assessing Learning-Centered Leadership: Connections to Research, Professional Standards, and Current Practices
Ellen Goldring;Andrew Porter;Joseph Murphy;Stephen N. Elliott.
Leadership and Policy in Schools (2009)
Does Professional Development Change Teaching Practice? Results from a Three-Year Study.
Andrew C. Porter;Michael S. Garet;Laura Desimone;Kwang Suk Yoon.
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