Über den Autor
Quentin Durham, now retired, has served four years as a naval aviator and has taught many grades and subjects for twenty-four years.
Part 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Why Bother to Test? Chapter 3 Subjectivity Chapter 4 Relevance Chapter 5 Validity Chapter 6 Design Chapter 7 Open-Book Exams Chapter 8 Performance Exams Chapter 9 Forced-Answer Exams Chapter 10 Essay Exams Chapter 11 Grading Chapter 12 Posttest Activities
This book discusses a wide variety of generally taboo or ignored topics such as the multiple benefits of testing and grading beyond the obvious, realities of standardized exams, open book exams, teaching exam-taking, exam subjectivity and relevance, 'test wiley' students, cheating, parent conferences, grading methods that make sense, and lots more.