There's nothing worse than talking to a proverbial brick wall. From effective timeframes to emerging technologies, feedback comes in more forms than ever before. If you're a teacher or professor who administers tests, take our quiz to see how effective you are. You may just get schooled!
Question 1 of 20
Test feedback strategies are commonly involve in the following:
Question 2 of 20
What does the term "timing" have to do with test results?
Question 3 of 20
What is the optimal timeframe for returning a written test?
Question 4 of 20
What is a good example of the educational psychology term "knowledge of results?"
Question 5 of 20
What is the optimal amount of feedback to provide after a test?
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How many corrections should you write on paper tests?
Question 7 of 20
You've administered a written test; what is the best way to offer feedback?
Question 8 of 20
If you'd like to add value to your written test feedback, do this:
Question 9 of 20
Why is it important to tailor test feedback to the audience?
Question 10 of 20
What is one way to make feedback more powerful?
Question 11 of 20
Is saying "smart girl/boy" a good way to provide feedback?
Question 12 of 20
What's an example of ineffective test feedback?
Question 13 of 20
Regardless of test score, one way to offer encouraging feedback to a student is to:
Question 14 of 20
When reviewing test results, what should you ask students to do?
Question 15 of 20
What's the best way to use comparison during test feedback?
Question 16 of 20
What is one way to keep your test feedback positive?
Question 17 of 20
How can you gauge whether your test feedback is working over time?
Question 18 of 20
What is one new way of offering test feedback?
Question 19 of 20
What is one way technology is changing test feedback?
Question 20 of 20