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TC's Chatterji: "Multiple-Choice Tests Not Appropriate for Kindergartners"

The Associate Professor of Measurement, Evaluation and Education writes in the New York Daily News that multiple-choice tests are "not developmentally appropriate for kindergartners, who are not used to so much structure."
The Associate Professor of Measurement, Evaluation and Education writes in the New York Daily News that multiple-choice tests are "not developmentally appropriate for kindergartners, who are not used to so much structure."

LINKS:  ‘Bubble tests’ not appropriate for little kids, expert says 


Published Friday, Oct. 11, 2013

TC's Chatterji: "Multiple-Choice Tests Not Appropriate for Kindergartners"

The Associate Professor of Measurement, Evaluation and Education writes in the New York Daily News that multiple-choice tests are "not developmentally appropriate for kindergartners, who are not used to so much structure."

LINKS:  ‘Bubble tests’ not appropriate for little kids, expert says 


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