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Designing multiple choice questions and feedback responses

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    1. Designing multiple choice questions and feedback responses Phil Race

    2. A content-free test Designing multiple-choice questions and feedback responses In this workshop, well explore how multiple-choice questions can be used to provide students with very rapid formative feedback on their on-going learning. It is important for feedback responses to address the two questions in students minds each time they pick an option: was I right? and particularly if not, why not?. We will also explore some of the limitations of multiple-choice questions when merely used for testing rather than for formative feedback.

    3. A content-free test Intended learning outcomes To give you a short test! To look at how multiple-choice questions can be designed to allow learners to learn from rapid and direct feedback on their thinking. To illustrate hot potatoes. To get you designing some multiple-choice questions and feedback responses.

    4. A content-free test A content-free test! Please work on your own. Try out your exam technique to pick the most likely option for each of the eight questions. Then try to work out why you made your selection. If you feel you can make sense of the questions, please seek help!

    5. A content-free test Please jot down numbers 1-8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

    6. A content-free test 1: The usual function of grunge prowkers is to remove: A grunges. B snarts. C trigs. D grods.

    7. A content-free test