Posted by Julie Delazyn
Planning for Questionmark Conference 2017 in Santa Fe, New Mexico, March 21-14 is well underway.
We have begun posting descriptions of breakout sessions and are pleased to announce two pre-conference workshops.
Both of these all-day sessions will take place on Tuesday, March 21, 2017:
Do you want to get the most out of the Questionmark Users Conference even though you are just starting out with Questionmark?
Here’s what to do: Bring your laptop and learn directly from Questionmark expert Rick Ault.
Bring your laptop and get into gear with hands-on practice in creating questions, putting together an assessment, then scheduling it, taking it and seeing the results. Start off with some first-hand experience that will give you a firm footing for learning more at the conference.
Writing test items is difficult, but trying to make them check more than knowledge is a huge challenge.
Join Certified Performance Technologist Jim Parry — an expert user of Questionmark technologies — in this fast-paced, high-powered workshop, which will present a review of the basics of testing and provide hands-on practice to help you turn low complexity, knowledge-based test items into higher complexity, performance-based items following Bloom’s Taxonomy and Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction.
Conference Registration Tuition:
- You can save $200 by registering for the conference on or before January 18. You can sign up for a workshop at the same time or add in a workshop later. It’s up to you! Pre-conference workshop or bootcamp add-ons available during the registration process.