Posted: January 24th, 2023
Using the textbook, required articles and recommended resources, construct a 5-6 item questionnaire on a topic of your choice. Your questionnaire can include either open-ended or closed-ended (fixed format) questions. Submit your completed questionnaire to this discussion forum.
Be sure to consider the following when responding:
Are the questions clear and concise?
Are there any questions that are vague or unclear?
If applicable, are the response choices effective?
Is there only one correct response choice?
Are there any unintentional cues to the correct answer?
Do the items appear to be a good measure of what the student is wanting to assess?
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Chapter 5: Experimental Designs – Determining Cause-and-Effect Relationships
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