Don’t get me wrong – the problem of negative results and answers | Mr Whellan’s science

Abstract: thoughts about the difficulties and benefits of negative questions and experimental results relating to anchoring, cognitive load, age and ability and curiously not squeezing in any references to Rogue One which is out TOMORROW

Last week I delivered some CPD which partly involved the uses of multiple-choice quizzes to reinforce content. I use multiple-choice quite regularly as homeworks (and of course it is now a part of the A level testing regime so students need to be familiar with the style), constructing them myself to better target misconceptions and errors I pick up from…

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