(IN WHICH WE LEARN THAT A, B, C, AND D ARE NOT YOUR ONLY OPTIONS)
If you close your eyes and picture learning assessment, there’s a decent chance you’ll picture something like this:
The most common form of formal assessment is everybody’s favorite: the multiple-choice question. We’ve all answered more multiple-choice questions than we can possibly remember.
If we use so many of them, they must be the good way to do learning assessment, right? Well, they have a few main advantages:
• They are efficient to write, administer, and score.