Why haven’t we moved beyond multiple-choice?

For all their downsides, multiple-choice questions do one thing very well by Brian Moon Objections to multiple-choice questions have been central to the rising fervor against standardized testing. Many argue that we shouldn’t be using 100-year-old methods for assessing today’s learners. However, despite its vocal critics, multiple-choice questions (MCQs) are still the predominant testing tool we use […]

COVID-19 Announcement

Along with many of you in our globally community, we are moving exclusively online and will host this year’s conference virtually, with many of the same benefits: