Test takers continue to face challenges when using some technology
from EdTech Magazine
The average U.S. student completes 112 mandatory standardized tests between pre-K and graduation, according to the Council of the Great City Schools, and last year, for the first time, a majority of those tests were given using technology. Now comes research suggesting that "device effects" may be hindering performance for some students. There is still much to learn about how digital and paper tests compare, but Government Technology magazine reports that students who took an electronic version of the Common Core State Standards exams scored lower than their peers who took a pencil-and-paper version.
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