|Presented by:||Alberta Education|
|February 3, 2020 | 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM|
TARGET AUDIENCE: GRADE 10 - 12 SCIENCE TEACHERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND
This workshop focuses on showing teachers how to construct effective multiple-choice and numerical-response questions for high school science. Common errors and misconceptions in item development will be shown, as well as ways to improve the quality of machine-scored items. Participants should bring a copy of a current test that they wish to review and revise, as well as resources to write new machine- scored question.
Registration Fee: $0.00
Participants are requested to have questions/examinations to work on, along with the related Program of Studies and/or Assessment Standards document. Participants are also requested to have contexts from which to build context-related questions.