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We decided to describe the tool in a paper and attempt to publish it. Why do you want to publish the description? Do you expect that other people will want to use this exact tool? Then you may need somebody outside the original team to evaluate it. Do you expect that nobody will use this exact tool, but the ideas and concepts might be useful to others in ...


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It depends on what you want students to learn. Use open ended questions for learning critical thinking. Either approach is good if you want students to learn facts. Nearly always, at the graduate level, you want students learn "critical thinking" from the analyze/evaluate/create parts of the Bloom Taxonomy of learning. Frequently this is the case at the ...


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Put both types of questions in the exam. So, some students get the highest grades because they can answer both types well, Other students get lower grades because they answer type 1 well but poorly answer type 2, This gives a range of grades based on the students performance. Deliberately not going in to the discussion about whether exams are a suitable ...


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