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October Unit Test Question paper std 7 maths

 October Unit Test Question paper std 7 maths

During an epidemic , among absolutely the top priorities of each college and university should be to avoid contributing to any unnecessary stress for our students. I'd argue that this is often true even in non-global pandemic times, but we save that debate for later.

Timed exams create stress. Not for each student and each exam. But enough students in enough exams.

Timed exams created stress, albeit everything else within the test-taking environment is normal and supportive. Nothing in our students'students' test-taking environment is normal and supportive nowadays.

A stressed-out brain doesn't learn. Even with all the evidence from learning science, we in higher ed haven't been ready to abandoning of the parable that a touch little bit of stress is sweet for learning. It is not.

Stress and anxiety can push up short-term performance (as measured in test scores) but is horrible for long-term retention.

How is your home bandwidth? With six laptops competing for bandwidth in my house, to not mention every neighbor also on the web all day, my bandwidth sometimes sucks. and that we the highest Comcast tier.

How are you surviving with remote work and schooling if you're on DSL, cellular, or satellite?

Combine iffy home bandwidth with the performance challenges that Canvas, Blackboard, D2L, and other learning management platforms are experiencing as a results of massively heightened usage. The LMS providers seem to be doing an honest job of scaling their services to satisfy demand, but reports of platform sluggishness are widespread. 

With timed online exams, particularly exams that only show one question on a page, bandwidth and other performance issues are deadly for the test-taker. are you able to imagine your exam time ticking down as you await the inquiries to load?

Timed exams measure a student's ability to answer questions quickly. A timed exam is assessing speed, not understanding.

There is no correlation between recall speed and understanding. Students who can come up with answers quickly aren't smarter than those that got to think before answering.

The ability to end an exam quickly isn't a measure of preparation, diligence, or mastery.

Sometimes you hear that instructors assigned timed exams to protect against cheating. the thought is that students won't have time to travel and find the answers from other sources.

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The idea that timed exams protect against cheating is another one among those myths that higher ed can't seem to abandoning . the truth is that if students want to cheat, then they're going to find how to try to to so.

In our current universal remote learning reality, I suppose that we could institute a web proctoring system involving webcams, keystroke logging, and perhaps drones. I'm dubious if this may work, and i am sure that the advantages wouldn't be well worth the effort.

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