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Engage in a conversation about the future of the GCI
SUBMIT new GCI questions
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SELECT A WORD IN THE TAG CLOUD TO VIEW A LIST OF QUESTIONS
climate and weather (closed)
climate and weather (open)
earth's formation (closed)
earth's future (closed)
earth's interior (closed)
glaciers and ice (open)
plate tectonics (closed)
plate tectonics (open)
rocks and minerals (closed)
rocks and minerals (open)
weathering and erosion (closed)
weathering and erosion (open)
SUBMIT POTENTIAL NEW QUESTIONS HERE
SUBMIT POTENTIAL NEW QUESTIONS HERE.
Questions written for a concept inventory, especially one that is designed for evaluation and research, must be valid and reliable. For example, external review of questions, such as through this wiki, is one way to establish validity.
The FIRST step in developing strong questions is making sure that established guidelines for writing good questions are followed. All questions submitted for inclusion on the GCI must, first and foremost, use ACTUAL STUDENT IDEAS as incorrect response options.
All submissions of potential GCI questions must provide information about the question(s) and author(s).
UPLOAD POTENTIAL NEW QUESTIONS, INCLUDING FOLLOWING INFORMATION, TO
1. How you identified incorrect response options.
These can be based on your experience as an instructor, on informal discussions with students, on formal research, or on published papers.
2. The question's target group.
Is the questions written for college students, geoscience majors, graduate students, K-12 students, the general public, or another group?
3. The name of the question author(s) and their affiliations.
If you prefer to remain anonymous, simply write "anonymous".
We may rewrite your questions to make sure they align with best practices in scale development. You can learn more about writing good questions in our
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