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Multiple choice questions that measure higher order thinking are not easy to write, but including them on exams will lead to a more comprehensive assessment of a student’s learning.
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Identifying At-Risk Students with ExamSoft Reports
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In this webinar, Mr. Brad Marcum discusses how his program is harvesting data from their everyday embedded assessments and then utilizing digestible analytics reports to improve student retention.
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Benefit of Using Strength and Opportunities Report
Jenny Wondracek, Director of Legal Educational Technology at UNT Dallas College of Law, shares the many benefits of ExamSoft's Strength and Opportunities report for students and faculty.
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Gilbert, Eubanks, and Good Assessment
In light of Gilbert's recent article on the woes of assessment, assessors must keep focused on improving student learning and helping teachers thrive. Bad assessment is bad; good assessment is good.
Embedded Assessment and the Meaning Behind 82%
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