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