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New Studies in Education: How to Construct the True-False Examination


by Charles C. Weidemann - 1926

THE purpose of this study was to demonstrate in a detailed and concrete manner how a true-false statement might be improved for use in the classroom.1 Administrators, test constructors, and classification experts may also find assistance in this study. The attempt was made to develop the study in such a way that its use might extend from about the sixth grade in the elementary school through higher educational institutions in any subject matter which had an informational content requiring either verbal memory or general "reasoning ability" on the part of the student. In order to achieve this objective it became necessary to follow the procedure of analysis, supported by experimental and other validating evidences.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 28 Number 1, 1926, p. 77-78
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 5888, Date Accessed: 9/26/2020 3:27:15 PM

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