Assessment, Online Assessment, Tests
Although the "click-and-point" virtual classrooms of today hardly resemble the brick-and-mortar classrooms of yesterday, one thing seems to not have changed: the prevalence of paper-based tests. Paper-based tests have been the staple of education for centuries and will most likely persist for many years to come. This article explores some of the issues surrounding the growing chasm between the way students are now taught and how they are still tested from three perspectives: researcher, student, and teacher.
Original Publication Citation
Howell, S. (2005). Aligning paper tests with multimedia instruction. In M. Achacoso & M. Svinicki, (Eds.),. Alternative strategies for evaluating student learning: New directions for teaching and learning: No. 100, (pp. 75–79). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Howell, Scott L., "Aligning Paper Tests With Multimedia Instruction" (2004). All Faculty Publications. 2083.
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David O. McKay School of Education
Instructional Psychology and Technology
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