Multiple Choice Questions (Teaching & Learning)
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8 Tips for Writing Multiple-Choice Tests. Dodd, J. University of Florida
Creating Effective Multiple Choice Exams. Gorzycki, M. San Francisco State University.
Writing Good Multiple Choice Exam. Zimmaro, D. Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Texas
Writing Multiple-Choice Questions that Demand Critical Thinking. TEaching and Learning Center, University of Oregon
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- Ventouras, E., Triantis, D., Tsiakas, P., & Stergiopoulos, C. (2011). Comparison of oral examination and electronic examination using paired multiple-choice questions. Computers & Education, 56(3), 616-624.
- Woodford, K., & Bancroft, P. (2005) Multiple Choice Questions Not Considered Harmful. Australian Computing Education Conference. Permalink
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