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From: Tony Schwartz <tony@silverstreet.net>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2004040922:13:58
Subject: New testing Methods

	
I am hearing many new trends in testing methods that move from
traditional work out math to more fill in the bubble or scantron like
methods.  Though that sort of thing works great for survey processing
or traditional data entry, it seems that true learning comes from the
old fashioned show your work efforts.

Any thoughts?

Tony Schwartz
http://www.silverstreetdata.com

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