Final Fall Session for Getting the Most Out of Multiple-choice Questions Wed. Dec. 5th, 1:30 - 4:00 pm, TH 253
Published on November 28 2012
Multiple-choice tests are the most widely used form of objective assessment in college and university, but using them effectively is not always a simple matter.
Prof. David DiBattista will discuss how to write multiple-choice questions that assess students' higher level thinking rather than their ability to remember facts. You will also be provided with guidelines and very practical tips that can use in in everyday teaching.
Register at www.brocku.ca/pedagogical-innovation/workshops or x 3933.