Multiple Choice Questions |

Multiple choice questions can be perceived as easy and a waste of time in classroom as students could just guess the answers. However, I disagree! I believe if they are used effectively, and well thought out, they can be great tool in teaching mathematics.
A very simple sentence emphasised by Stephen Tierney at ResearchEd York “Find out what children don’t know and then teach them it” seems so obvious, but how often do we forget this? Life after levels has seen a rise in “check in” and “check out” tests, which can be great for full topics but what about a shorter period of time? It is…

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