Do This, Not That: A Survey of Multiple-Choice Question Types (Most of Which Should Be Avoided)

August 13, 2015
Presented by Beth Donahue, CEO, BarCrowd LLC As law programs begin to understand the drafting of multiple-choice questions, they might be tempted to start experimenting. All kinds of new ways to turn learning outcomes into machine-scored measures of student achievement could pop up and begin to look enticing, but proceed with caution. This webinar will help channel that creativity by reviewing the most notable experiments of those who've come before you. Spoiler alert: those experiments didn't all work out as planned. (Recorded on May 13, 2014, at 2pm ET)
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