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Title: The Design and Development of a Context-Rich, Photo-Based Online Testing to Assess Students’ Science Learning
Authors: Lin, Min-Jin;Guo, Chorng-Jee;Hsu, Chia-Er
Contributors: 科學教育研究所
Keywords: Content-rich;Photo-based;Online testing;Passessment;Science learning;Light concept
Date: 2011
Issue Date: 2012-07-03T02:48:55Z
Publisher: David Publishing Company, USA
Abstract: This study designed and developed a CP-MCT (content-rich, photo-based multiple choice online test) to assess whether college students can apply the basic light concept to interpret daily light phenomena. One hundred college students volunteered to take the CP-MCT, and the results were statistically analyzed by applying t-test or ANOVA (Analysis of Variance). Using the results obtained in this study as working examples, we continue to discuss the instructional applications and the educational implications of the CP-MCT. The CP-MCT was shown to overcome some shortcomings of the traditional MCT, while maintaining its advantages in terms of cost and time efficiency as well as the ease to administer. Moreover, with the usage of a free Website (retrieved from http://www.my3q.com), it relieved the burden of school teachers worrying about the techniques of implementing an online testing. The idea of CP-MCT can be applied in the pre-service and in-service teacher education to train the teachers in the design and development of the CP-MCT to assess their students’ science learning.
Relation: US-China Education Review A1: 22-30
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