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Guidelines for Computer-Based Testing of Student Learning of Concepts, Principles, and Procedures
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Educational Technology Volume 24, Number 6, ISSN 0013-1962

Abstract

Offers guidelines for designing computer-based testing which demands high-level cognitive functioning of students using computer-assisted instruction as a learning mode. Examples of conceptual, principle, and procedural learning evaluation approaches, strengths and weaknesses within the formats described, and suggestions for improving the evaluation process are presented. (MBR)

Citation

Wedman, J.F. & Stefanich, G.P. (1984). Guidelines for Computer-Based Testing of Student Learning of Concepts, Principles, and Procedures. Educational Technology, 24(6), 23-28. Retrieved October 17, 2019 from .

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