The aim of this activity is for students to design high level questions related to course material as a review and application exercise. This activity benefits students as they learn question design as they review for the test. They build a pool of extra study questions designed by themselves and their peers.
It employs two Active learning Strategies, Peer Instruction and Toolkit. Students are shown how to design multiple questions through an examples and Bloom’s taxonomy. Over the course of the semester, students design three question related to course material and answer/rate/comment on 10 (for each deadline) questions submitted by their peers. Students use this compiled question bank as study material.
Students will be able to:
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