David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 9/16/19

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: The dangers of echo chambers in your personal learning network A major milestone in A.I. Technology […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 8/5/19

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: A look at common mistakes in multiple-choice questions, and how to fix them A curated list […]

The What, How and Why of Multiple-Choice Assessment Questions

https://stocksnap.io/photo/YYH82Y0CS7 I am currently participating in a 3-Week Course by Patti Shank on how to "Write Learning Assessments" focusing on writing multiple choice questions (MCQs) […]

10 Rules for Framing Effective Multiple Choice Questions

A Multiple Choice Question is one of the most popular assessment methods that can be used for both formative and summative assessments. It is an […]

Adobe Captivate – Several Multiple Choice Questions On 1 Slide

Adobe Captivate – Several Multiple Choice Questions On 1 Slide In this Adobe Captivate Video Tutorial, I show you how you can use the fill […]

Using PeerWise to Engage Students

What is PeerWise? PeerWise is an online repository of multiple-choice questions that are created, answered, rated and discussed by students. Typically, at the beginning of […]

Assessment Resources

The most fundamental question that an assessment effort seeks to answer, whether on the course-level or program-level is: are your students learning what you intend? […]

Multiple Choice Questions in Elearning

One of the benefits of elearning is that it can include an assessment to provide instant feedback for learners. Immediately they know where they have […]

Adobe Captivate: Multiple Choice Questions

Adobe Captivate Multiple Choice Questions In this video I’m going to talk about Multiple Choice Question Slides. The post Adobe Captivate: Multiple Choice Questions appeared […]

Challenging Students To Think about What They’re Learning: Higher Order Thinking Questions

Challenging Students To Think about What They’re Learning: Constructing Higher Order Thinking (HOT) Multiple Choice Questions This seminar will assist faculty in constructing multiple choice […]

Top 5 Rules for Great Multiple Choice Questions

For many of us who design e-learning, the multiple choice question is the default question format we add at the end of a chapter or […]

Adobe Captivate Tutorial: Multiple Choice Questions Where the Answers Are Songs

Adobe Captivate Tutorial: Multiple Choice Questions Where the Answers Are Songs In this Adobe Captivate Tutorial: Multiple Choice Questions Where the Answers Are Songs I […]

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