Integrity + Innovation
This mini-workshop answers when and why to use checklists compared to rubrics. Your tool will help you and your subject matter experts develop checklists that capture the key behaviors expected of someone who can do a task to standard. You will see examples of well-designed and poorly designed checklists. This is one topic in the six-part mini series on testing. The other topics are testing basics, deciding on what and how to test, multiple-choice questions, performance items, and rubrics.
Objectives: Given a request to create checklists to judge people's proficiency in a task, you will be able to:
Length: 45 minutes
Materials: Guidelines with rules for creating checklists
Contact Judy@HaleCenter.org if you are interested in an in-house program. Visit workshops to see other topics in the series.
Cost: $59, discounts are available to ISPI members and Hale Center Professional Members.
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