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Why multiple-choice questions are (too often) problematic

Patti Shank

These and other problems (such as the problems in the list above) lead to invalid questions and assessments. Validity refers to whether the test measures what it claims to measure. References Chiavaroli, N. A taxonomy of multiple-choice item-writing rules.

Learning Goals and Objectives in Course Design


On the other hand, learning objectives are also referred to as learning outcomes because they are immediately linked to the expected outcomes; what we can expect learners to be able to do by the end of the course. Bloom’s taxonomy helps understand this natural order.

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The Ultimate Guide to Creating an Online Course in 2018


A successful course always: – Solves problems for others. Corporate Education refers to a system of professional development activities provided to educate employees. – Have you solved a problem that you think others are struggling for? Get your school now!

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Organizing Course Content with Storyboards


Are your notes clear enough to build a complete course using your storyboard for reference a week later? While the storyboarding process can be exhaustive, it will also illuminate potential problems with your course, which will save you time in the long run.

How to Create an Online Course (in 2020)


If people see that you are solving a significant problem for them and that they will learn new skills, they will want to buy your course. A successful course always: – Solves problems for others. Have you solved a problem that you think others are struggling for? –

Keynote Resources from #LUC2017

Kapp Notes

Challenge : As the game-based learning expert James Paul Gee has said, good games give players a set of challenging problems and let them solve those problems until they can do it automatically. REFERENCES: (Challenge) Jones, B., Journal of Educational Psychology, 88, 715-730.