Online Testing : Online Testing By: Kyle Miller and Ashley Miller WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF HAVING ONLINE TESTING IN THE CLASSROOM? : WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF HAVING ONLINE TESTING IN THE CLASSROOM? The Basics… : The Basics… Online testing is becoming more popular
Includes activities, reviews, and exams
All teacher created
Questions can include images, sounds, and video Advantages for Teachers : Advantages for Teachers Design to own lesson
Grading is quick and easy
Analyze results quickly in many forms
Able to see which students need more help and in what area Advantages for Students : Advantages for Students Can do from home or whenever they have time
E-mail the instructor for help
Activities keep students motivated
Opens technological opportunities
Helps improve grades Advantages to School District/Community : Advantages to School District/Community Way to add technology to schools
Standardized testing scores increase helping schools get more money from the government
Parents become more involved Websites : Websites These are websites that are used to create online activities and quizzes for students to use.
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