When it comes to Bloom’s Taxonomy, finding effective ways to reach all levels is important. Here is one teacher’s solution to creating a practice test that engages students on the highest Bloom’s Taxonomy level. Students create the questions for the practice test – yes, that’s it! With proper guidance and support and your practice test is ready to go.
Practice Test With Student Created Questions
Your students can help create questions for an upcoming practice test. Give them a specific standard, examples and a template to work from to help ensure success. It’ll help increase engagement plus you’ll know if someone understands the standard. You can use the questions in a Jeopardy-style game using PowerPoint or a scoot game version. No matter how you use it, they will love to see their questions published.
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