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Moving Beyond Multiple-Choice Questions

Overreliance on multiple-choice questions is a concern raised by researchers and experts in the K–12 assessment field. Recent assessment systems that incorporate technology-enhanced items (TEIs) can better engage and motivate students, improve assessment validity, capture higher-order cognitive skills, and provide for greater accessibility for students with disabilities. The white paper, Technology-Enhanced Items: Moving Beyond Multiple-Choice, presents research about such systems capable of automated scoring that provide informative feedback about student writing with the potential to significantly enhance writing outcomes.

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