[sharing] “Ranking Multiple-Choice Answers to Increase Cognition” by The Effortful Educator

Multiple-choice questions…some people love them, some people hate them. I, for the most part, fall into the first category. I believe they are helpful for learning and remembering for a multitude of reasons that I won’t bore you with at the moment. 752 more words

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Creative ways to assess young learners’ progress!

Just about anything during class can be considered assessment. The teacher is always alert to take (mental) notes of what learners have acquired and what not. Tests, in their traditional form, every one or two units, with open- and closed-type activities on paper, are of course a useful tool and, the truth is, learners are used to this kind of assessment. They want tests to feel that they are being assessed! As long as they know the test is coming in order to prepare accordingly!…

There are, however, loads of creative ways to assess one’s pupils on an everyday basis.

You can read about some by clicking on the following link.

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