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I am a kindergarten teacher and a grad student. We are working on forming assessments and what the best ways for measuring deep comprehension and reasoning skills in assessments are. I’m wondering if any other kinder teachers out there use multiple-choice or binary-choice items in their assessments? Although I practice these ways of assessing with my students if I’m checking for deep understanding I usually do so in a one on one situation so I can really watch the child.