Teaching One Way and Testing Another: An Interview with Scott Howell
Interview, testing, teaching, educational assessment
I first met Scott Howell in 2005 in Jekyll Island, Georgia at the annual Distance Learning Administration (DLA) conference, which was sponsored in part by the Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration (OJDLA). Scott is co-editor of the three-volume book series Online Assessment and Measurement (2005) published by IDEA group and is this year's chair of the University Continuing Education Association's (UCEA) Distance Learning Community of Practice (DLCoP). His keynote speech at the DLA conference featured a number of assessment issues and best practices. However, when I sat down to interview him, he quickly focused on one topic for which he expressed more passion and concern than others—the alignment of testing and assessment methodology with the presentation of instructional content.
Original Publication Citation
Morrison, J., and Howell, S.(Feb/Mar 2007). Teaching one way and testing another: An interview with Scott Howell. Innovate 3(3). http://www.innovateonline.info/index.php?view=article&id=409 (accessed February 1, 2007).[Distance Educator.com also featured this interview in its Monday, February 19, 2007 publication.]
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Morrison, James L. and Howell, Scott L., "Teaching One Way and Testing Another: An Interview with Scott Howell" (2007). Faculty Publications. 5757.
David O. McKay School of Education
Instructional Psychology and Technology
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