A notable concern of many teachers is that they frequently have the task of constructing tests but have relatively little training or information to rely on in this task. Is This a Trick Question? is an information sourcebook for writing effective test questions. The central focus of the sourcebook’s content is derived from standards developed by the National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing (CRESST). CRESST’s criteria for establishing the technical quality of a test encompasses seven areas: cognitive complexity, content quality, meaningfulness, language appropriateness, transfer and generalizability, fairness, and reliability. Each aspect is discussed in the sourcebook in a straight-forward, jargon-free style.
The Stories Your Data (can) Tell: A Comprehensive Analysis of the Participation Phases of Learning and What They Teach Us
From recognizing the signs of mere certificate seekers to enhancing the match between educational content and clinician expectations, this white paper sheds light on the path to tailor CME programs that not only resonate with medical professionals but also foster impactful learning outcomes.