Intro - information • Synthesize A participant solves...

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Testing Resource—Questions Five types of questions are used in this testing resource: multiple choice, matching, true or false, fill in the blank and short essay. Each of these questions were developed and placed on a five point cognitive scale. Each level builds upon the skills and experiences of the prior level(s). These cognitive levels include— Recall. Requires participant to recognize factual information in essentially the same form that it was presented in the participant’s manual. Interpret. Requires participant to translate or extrapolate information into a form somewhat different from the presentation. Apply. A participant solves typical problems by applying the information presented. Analyze. Requires participant to recognize the relationships among several different pieces of presented
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Unformatted text preview: information. • Synthesize. A participant solves novel problems by analyzing the components of presented information and combining them into a new structure. In addition, three categories of difficulty have been applied to the questions: Easy , Average and Hard . For ease of use, each question in the testing resource has been identified with the chapter and objective the question applies to, as well as by type of question, cognitive class and difficulty level. The correct answer has also been provided in red boldface type. Instructors can select among the different chapters, objectives, types, classes and difficulty levels when designing their own quizzes or tests....
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  • Spring '08
  • Bryant
  • Difficulty level, Dynamic game difficulty balancing, point cognitive scale, solves typical problems, testing resource

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