The real problem with multiple-choice tests

One of the biggest complaints about standardized tests is that the multiple-choice questions don’t measure deep thinking skills, the Washington Post reports. Here’s a new look at the problems with multiple-choice questions, written by Terry Heick, curriculum director at TeachThought, an online platform that that explores innovation in education. Heick is an educator, husband, and father of three who is interested in improved social capacity through the design of progressive learning forms. An excerpt of this post appeared on TeachThought, and a fuller version on Edutopia…

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