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Is it fair to take a quiz from online and administer it as a quiz for The Raven (Edgar Allan Poe) we read in class? In study sheets, questions were taken straight from quiz and students could look them up. What about those without internet access?

Asked by: raymond1234
Is it fair to take a quiz from online and administer it as a quiz for The Raven (Edgar Allan Poe) we read in class? In study sheets, questions were taken straight from quiz and students could look them up. What about those without internet access?
  • Sheeting off paper

    What If you don't know the answer and you look back at the story and you get the answer and it doesn't really help you understand, friends might help you and give you all the answers or sisters that did it might give you the answer instead of helping you understand it

  • Sheeting off paper

    What If you don't know the answer and you look back at the story and you get the answer and it doesn't really help you understand, friends might help you and give you all the answers or sisters that did it might give you the answer instead of helping you understand it

  • No, it was not an accurate measure of knowledge.

    No, it was not fair to take an online quiz where students could look up questions off study sheets. That is not a sign of whether a student knows anything, it is just a measure of whether a student can read and look up information. Those without internet access are at a disadvantage and that is unfair.

  • Internet access problem

    Students were given a review/study sheet and had the same questions as on the online quiz/test. They could easily Google the questions. I personally think that since some students have internet access and other students don't have or have limited internet access, it's not fair to students who don't have or have limited internet access. What do you think of this? Is it fair or not? Please select your stance and explain with a comment. Thank you!


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