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Using IF-AT (Immediate Feedback Assessment Technique) Forms for Collaborative Activities

Author(s): Kiersten Newtoff

Montgomery College

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Presentation on IF-AT Forms at the 2019 BioQUEST & QUBES Summer Workshop

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Version 1.0 - published on 28 Jun 2019 doi:10.25334/N6S2-FF45 - cite this


IF-AT forms are scratch-off lotto ticket style scantrons. They have been traditionally used for multiple choice tests as a way for students to earn partial credit based on how many tries it took to get the right answer. These forms can also be used in self-paced activities to allow the instructor to circulate around the classroom while students can immediately determine if their answer is correct. In this session, participants will learn how they can use these forms in group activities by learning about organic food labeling and use the IF-AT forms in a hands-on collaborative activity testing their knowledge on food labels. **This is not a presentation on behalf of Epstein Educational Enterprises, the creator of the IF-AT form. We will also briefly discuss similar alternatives.**

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