The Dust Bowl Dinner Special

I'm a big fan of paper, paper books, newspapers, tissue paper birthday crowns, paper GRE's, but this has got me re-thinking. . . . . but what other options are there? Dictating the questions (and making the students bring their own paper)? The school clearly doesn't have the money to switch to computers.


Anonymous said...

I used to give oral quizzes to my high school class, a few people a day, and we'd usually get through the whole class in a week.

Everyone was on the hook for all the material covered from the beginning of the round of quizzes until everyone was called.

People knew the material pretty well, but the novelty sometimes interfered.

Grendel said...

Unreal. Surely a sign of the apocalypse.