- MCQ’s can be used to check prior learning, challenge and to revise learning.
- Tools for MCQ’s include Blackboard, Nearpod and Socrative
- Suggested learning activities that are mapped to the Best Practice Principles are below.
|Student accesses all assessment information (titles, dates, instructions etc) via ‘Assessment Area’ in VLE
|Students review and select (if available) assessment choices or options.
|Students submit digital assessments through tools specified
|Students access feedback via ‘My Grades’ and use to reflect on learning
|Students access and review feedback
|Students use feedback to inform learning and reflect
|Students assess own and others’ work against rubrics and give feedback
|Students design own assessments based on learning plans
|Complete MCQ on pre-requisite content
|Completes MCQ on new content
|Students prepares MCQ for peers linked to assessment criteria
|Tutor reviews student-generated MCQ and selects/edits for students to complete
Assessment and Feedback Resources
- Guide to designing out plagiarism
- Design inclusive assessments using Universal Design Principles
- Cambridge’s Video Guide to Formative Assessment
- Guide to Disabled students and Assessment through a VLE
- Confidence-Based Marking for MCQ’s
- Tutorial on Creating Effective Objective Test Questions
- REAP Project Principles