Writing Multiple-Choice Questions for Higher-level Thinking by Mike Dickinson

I will never try to impersonate a good question writer. Otherwise known as a person that is an expert in the field of psychometrics. I have always been curious about the use of multiple choice questions for higher level objectives. This article discusses this topic.

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Multiple-choice questions don’t get a lot of respect from some instructional designers when it comes to evaluating higher-level thinking. However, these questions can be effective if the designer knows how to write them. Here is your guide to creating meaningful multiple-choice items.

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