The aim of this study is to find out the views of the teachers who took in-service training, about alternative measurement and evaluation techniques. Teachers have been interviewed using five open-ended questions. Descriptive statistics has been used in the discussion of the findings. According to the findings, teachers aim to evaluate their students using cognitive-emotional and psychomotor perspectives and help them gain the habits of research and responsibility. Moreover, they have noted that while using the alternative measurement-evaluation techniques, they have faced problems such as indifferent parents, lack of time and the over-crowded classes. (c) 2011 Published by Elsevier Ltd.