Tuesday, January 4, 2011

The CareerTech Testing Center's Top 25 Posts for 2010

I hope everyone had an incredible and safe holiday season!

I want to begin my first post of 2011 by thanking each of you for taking the time out of your busy schedules to take a look at our blog! I hope you will continue to read during the year and that you will share the blog with anyone that you think might have an interest.

I also wanted to begin 2011 with a review of what the readers liked best during 2010. So here they are...

The Top 25 Most Read Posts During 2010:

24. How Do We Address the Crisis in Teacher Retention?

23. Test Writing 101: Making The Grade

22. Are Tests a "Powerful Memory Enhancer"?

21. Free Book

20. Oklahoma Tech Center Eyes Kindles, iPhones for E-Learning

19. What Everyone Should Know About Google Search

18. Will iPad Revolutionize e-Learning?

17. New Entrepreneur Skills Standards and Assessment from the CareerTech Testing Center

16. Visual Dictionary Online

15. Culinary Techniques - A New Culinary Arts Product from MAVCC

14. The Latest Ways that Kids Cheat on Exams

13. What Are "Braindumps" and Why Should They Concern Us?

12. Mike Rowe, Dirty Jobs, and mikeroweWorks

11. Study Tips and Skills

10. Project Lead the Way

9. Response to Intervention

8. The Galatea Effect: A Self-Fulfilling Prophecy Phenomenon

7. 5 Ways to Improve Student Test Performance

6. What Does "Generation Z" Mean for Education?

5. The Pygmalion Effect: Are You Guilty?

4. Why Do We Test Students?

3. Visual Thesaurus

2. National Consortium on Health Science and Technology Education

And the #1 most read post for 2010 is:

1. The Secret of Writing Multiple-Choice Test Items

Thank you again for reading and please share this blog with others. We don't allow advertising on the blog because we prefer to provide this as a service. We also hope you will provide feedback and tell us what you like or don't like or tell us what types of posts you would like to see in the future.

Have a happy, healthy and incredible 2011!


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