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    Pre, Post, and Benchmark Testing

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    Pre, post, and benchmark testing are great ways to evaluate instruction. Why is comparing and contracting the best?

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    Testing is always a good way to evaluate instruction. This is because, if students are absorbing the materials being taught to them and understand the instruction, they will perform well on tests. If students are struggling to understand and do poorly on tests (especially a large number of students in a class), then there is obviously something wrong with the instruction methods or the course material that is preventing them from mastering the lessons being presented to them. The only way to really know if a student is learning or not is through some sort of testing procedure.

    Pre-tests are a good way to evaluate students' baseline knowledge (or what they already know about a subject) before the lesson begins. By having an ...

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