Create Better Multiple-Choice Questions
Developing defensible multiple-choice assessments to accompany classroom, online, or blended instruction is a skill that must be mastered by those who develop instruction and assessments. This Infoline provides guidance for writing well-written multiple-choice questions and how to avoid the most common mistakes.
You will learn ways to reduce or eliminate the common language problems that make multiple-choice questions unclear, confusing, or ambiguous; build different types of multiple-choice questions; match the level of each multiple-choice question to the level of the learning objective; test your questions before using them with learners; and use question statistics to improve your questions after they are in use.
Author: Patti Shank
Product SKU: 251009 ISBN: 978-1-56286-729-4
Pages: 16 pages Publisher: ASTD Press
Pub Date: September 2010 Format: Booklet
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