How can a teacher let students use a note card on a test without giving an unfair advantage to people who can write smaller?
- DCM5150Lv 71 year ago
How can a teacher give a test that only people who study can get a good grade? It is unfair.
Is there actual evidence to suggest that those who write smaller perform better with a notecard?
Unless you have a diagnosed condition about not be able to write small (and have a 504 regarding that issues) nothing is stopping you from writing smaller.
- ElaineLv 71 year ago
That is the student's responsibility to write the information on a note card.
- Anonymous1 year ago
Well, Alex, it is not about fairness. Time limits and speeding students up on Standardised Tests privileges the "hares over the tortoises", meaning that they advantage thoughtless, glib people who quickly memorise answers and regurgitate them fast without thinking about them, and disadvantage careful, thoughtful persons because they can start to think outside their brainwashing and Mind Kontrolle programme-ing. People who can think critically are less easily controlled and so have to be corralled into failure or at least lower scores, hence lower placement, lower employment, and lower status and influence in Society. It is not about "fairness" or what is "right" but about selecting servants for the Plutocracy which pollutes the environment, causes Global Warming and, instead of ceasing the pollution, is planning to set off nuclear bombs in order to cool the planet with a Nuclear Winter.Source(s): Malcolm Gladwell, "Revisionist History"
- SamandrielLv 61 year ago
By letting the students print out the notes used on the note card; i.e. you can type up your notes and shrink down the font until you can fit them on the two sides of a note card.
Honestly though, the main benefit of letting students use note cards is so that they think hard about what is important and what is not. Although I would spend a lot of time making my note cards when teachers would allow it, I found that I hardly ever used them on tests save to double check something.
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- Anonymous1 year ago
Handwriting is controllable. If a student has big handwriting, he/she can write more slowly with a finer pen/pencil. Also, it is the quality of what you put on the notecard that matters the most(this is practicing a student's ability to retain important information and neglect not important ones).
- cameron_cLv 51 year ago
You are an entitled millenial! Get over it!
- SusieLv 71 year ago
Doesn’t a note card defeat the purpose of actually learning it???