Moving Beyond Multiple Choice Items for Effective Classroom Assessment

Educators know that multiple choice tests can be limiting, but knowing how, and when, to move beyond multiple choice for effective classroom assessment within time and other constraints can be challenging. In this free white paper, Dr. Adisack Nhouyvanisvong offers guidance on how to effectively engage students and obtain a better understanding of student knowledge through better assessment. He outlines item writing guidelines, methods for assessing student knowledge beyond multiple choice, and offers guidance with specific examples to create effective everyday classroom assessment using a variety of question item types

Download this white paper by Dr. Adisack Nhouyvanisvong to learn more: Moving Beyond Multiple Choice Items for Effective Classroom Assessment.


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