By: Robyn Gee
Standardized testing week at the middle school where I was a teacher from 2008 - 2010, was a big deal. Signs went up in the hallways, &...
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The conventional wisdom is that multiple choice tests rely on recognition instead of the more complex cognitive function recall, and therefore the multiple choice test should be "easier."
A team of scientists decided to take another look at the much-maligned multiple-choice test, to see if at least some kinds of questions, if well constructed, might indeed trigger the crucial retrieval process, and thus promote memory and learning.
BOULDER, Colo. — The students in Michael Dubson's physics class at the University of Colorado fell silent as a multiple choice question flashed ...
Throughout the episode, Jillian kept asking the guys if they had any questions for her. So, in honor of the most repeated line of the week, yes Jilly, I do have some questions for you.
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