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Sharon Kim

PhD in Psychology and Social Intervention Student


Year entered Program: 2015

Research Interests: school and classroom quality in LAMICs, culture and implementation science, qualitative and quantitative measurement of process quality

Principal Advisor(s): Dr. Hirokazu Yoshikawa

Research Description/Bio: 

Sharon is an experienced measurement development and intervention researcher, specializing in low-income and developing country contexts. She holds an M.A. in International Educational Development from Columbia University and has served as a research consultant for various organizations including the World Bank, FHI 360, and the International Rescue Committee. She is also a co-creator of the Teacher Instructional Practices and Processes System (TIPPS), an observational instrument for assessing classroom quality, as well as the TIPPS Feedback protocol.

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