Respond to discussion 100-150 words for each..

I have to admit I did not recall ever having to compose a “test” besides a hand-written assessment with only a few questions. When I think of test, I think of the four-to five pages of typed tests I took in high school and college. We have come a long way.
I am in my third year of certified teaching and my Special Education and use goals and MDE standards to teach my students. Most goals that are functional are teacher observed, like brushing teeth, washing hands, and using a microwave. The MDE goals gives a scaffolding document in helping to unpack each standard. In addition to the scaffolding, which details what the student should already know and learn, there are multiple websites to pull work sheets. I use,,, and other reliable sources. There are assessments on MobyMax, Freckle, and computer-based learning alike. On the computer-based, I can select questions. So, I have constructed a test! My skills can certainly be improved. 
Specific ways I could improve is to remember the points given in our lecture. I know we can all attest to looking up at our teacher when test-taking and saying, “your tricking me!” on certain questions or asking exactly what they mean by a question or answer. In Special Education, there are no trick questions, but I can remember to keep it simple and avoid gray areas or wording that is vague and confusing. I would even bump up a notch and use words that are easy to understand and not words like “bewildered” in a passage – as I have read on a specific test for my kids that are on a third grade reading level. I can not control those tests, but I can ask good questions that they understand. When reading and answering questions, I can avoid words like “always” and “never” and make sure the answers are from the text, not opinion when using inference. I tend to use matching a lot, so I will look for those that separate ideas or concepts instead of listing a bunch of words in any order. Multiple choice is a preferred way to test, but I have to be careful when using them to test. They get confused and answer with what makes sense according to their own experience instead of text-based answers. Fill in the blank is a good way to make it a game. I read and they fill in the blank. I will remember to use the blank near the end of the sentence as our lecture suggest.
No matter the depth of knowledge, test instructions should be clear. If more than one choice is correct, it should be stated. Questions should be clear and absolute without using key words (stem clues) and other clues like “is” and “are” to hint at the correct answer.

I enjoyed the assessment activity that was included with this week’s discussion post.  I found that I frequently found it difficult to identify the reasons for which some of the questions listed were considered to be poorly designed test questions, not suitable to be used on any administe

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