At this point in the semester, many courses are building toward major tests. As a teacher, how can you best design tests to motivate and assess student learning? How can you be sure that your classroom instruction adequately prepares students for the exam? How, in short, can you make the most of exam time as a learning opportunity for your students?
The process of designing an exam can offer a great opportunity to ensure that your learning goals, instructional practices, and assessment techniques are all well aligned. Our website features several resources to help you thoughtfully design exams that reliably measure whether students have learned what you've been trying to teach them--and evaluate those exams fairly.
For the CRLT Occasional Paper on "Best Practices for Designing and Grading Exams," click here. For a broader range of resources about testing and grading issues, click here.