4 Characteristics of All Technology-Enhanced Items

 

Many 21st century classrooms are equipped with a variety of high-tech resources, from computers to iPads to SMART boards. Along with these new technologies come new methods of assessment. While much of the buzz about technology-enhanced items (TEIs) is focused around the inclusion of such items on next-generation standardized tests, there is not nearly enough attention dedicated to highlighting what a TEI can offer that a multiple-choice question cannot. So just what do these new types of assessment items entail? Here are four characteristics that all well-written technology-enhanced items possess:

1)      Promote Critical Thinking Skills

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