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Module 8:
Assessment and Evaluation
Overview of Assessment and Evaluation
1Course Title:Designing and Delivering Successfu...
• Measure whether or not the learning
objectives are being met.
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Assessment and Evaluation
• Gathers information in order to make decisions
about improvements in teaching and learning.
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Assessment
• Gathers information in order to make judgments
aboutlearners’ performance.
• Compares a learner’s performance
▫ with oth...
• Ongoing
• Purpose: to improve instruction and learning
Example:
▫ Asking students to submit
an outline for a term paper
...
• Final
• Purpose: to measure quality of learning
Example:
▫ Assigning a final grade
to a term paper
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Summative Assessmen...
• Quizzes/Tests
• Pre and post-tests
• Homework Assignments
• Classroom activities/products
• Case Studies
• Papers/Essays...
Obtaining feedback from learners is also
important.
Areas to be evaluated could include:
1. Practicality of Content
2. Ins...
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Kirkpatrick's Training Evaluation Model
RESULTS
BEHAVIOR
LEARNING
REACTION
Four Levels of Evaluation
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Kirkpatrick's Training Evaluation Model
RESULTS
BEHAVIOR
LEARNING
REACTION
LEVEL 4:To what degree the targeted
outcome ...
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Tips and Issues to
Consider when Developing
Assessment or Evaluation
• Is the assessment for formative or
summative purposes?
• What knowledge and/or skills do you want to
emphasize?
• What a...
• How large is the class and what is the best
way to assess all learners effectively?
• Is the assessment reusable?
• Can ...
• Use Rubrics
▫ to assist learners in successfully completing
the assessment tasks
▫ to assist the instructor to successfu...
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Example
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  • Assessment and evaluation measure whether or not learning objectives are being met.ImageSource: http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla%3Aen-US%3Aofficial&hs=Z73&um=1&sa=1&q=learning+objectives&btnG=Search+Images&aq=f&oq=
  • Assessment gathers information (through the collection and analysis of data) in order to make decisions about improvements in teaching and learning.Image Source: http://carmodyconsulting.net/db4/00314/carmodyconsulting.net/_uimages/survey.jpg
  • Evaluation gathers information (through the collection and analysis of data) in order to make judgments about students’ performance. It compares a learner’s performance with other learners or with a set of standards in order to determine a grade or a decision regarding overall success with respect to an assignment or a course.
  • Formative Assessment or Evaluation: Ongoing, with the purpose of improving instruction and learning. Asking students to submit an outline for a term paper is an example of a formative assessment.Image Source: http://www.taft.cc.ca.us/newtc/Academic/INCO48/images/outline2.gif
  • Summative Assessment or Evaluation: Final, with the purpose of measuring quality of learning. Assigning a final grade to a term paper is an example of summative assessment.Image Source: http://www.wales.nhs.uk/sites3/documents/582/grade A.jpg
  • Assessing Teaching is also an important component, as it helps to obtain feedback from learners. Areas to be evaluated could include: 1. Practicality of Content 2. Instructor’s Presentation Style 3. Level of Participant Interaction and Activity 4. Training Materials and Resources 5. Training Environment 6. Meeting the Expectations of Participants
  • Let’s take a look at a popular and most used model for evaluating training: Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Evaluation. These are Results, Behavior, Learning and Reaction.Source: http://coe.sdsu.edu/eet/articles/k4levels/index.htm
  • The four levels of Kirkpatrick’s evaluation model essentially measure:Level 1: Reaction: what the participant thought and felt about the trainingLevel 2: Learning: the resulting increase in knowledge or capabilityLevel 3: Behavior: the extent of behavior and capability in improvement and implementation/applicationLevel 4: Results: the effects on the business or environment resulting from the participant's performanceSource: http://kirkpatrickpartners.com/AboutUs/OurPhilosophy/tabid/63/Default.aspx
  • This diagram shows how Kirkpatrick’s 4 levels relate to the learning process. ImageSource: http://kirkpatrickpartners.com/AboutUs/OurPhilosophy/tabid/63/Default.aspx
  • Rubric Examples Image Source: http://www.tccsa.net/library_resources/images/Samperubric.gif
  • Rubric Examples Image Source:http://www.21apples.org/images/artwork/rubric.png
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    1. 1. Module 8: Assessment and Evaluation Overview of Assessment and Evaluation 1Course Title:Designing and Delivering Successful Training Programs
    2. 2. • Measure whether or not the learning objectives are being met. 2 Assessment and Evaluation
    3. 3. • Gathers information in order to make decisions about improvements in teaching and learning. 3 Assessment
    4. 4. • Gathers information in order to make judgments aboutlearners’ performance. • Compares a learner’s performance ▫ with other learners ▫ with a set of standards to determine a grade or a decision regarding overall success. 4 Evaluation
    5. 5. • Ongoing • Purpose: to improve instruction and learning Example: ▫ Asking students to submit an outline for a term paper 5 Formative Assessment or Evaluation
    6. 6. • Final • Purpose: to measure quality of learning Example: ▫ Assigning a final grade to a term paper 6 Summative Assessment or Evaluation
    7. 7. • Quizzes/Tests • Pre and post-tests • Homework Assignments • Classroom activities/products • Case Studies • Papers/Essays • Portfolios • Projects • Surveys/Interviews • Discussion Forums/Boards 7 Assessment/Evaluation Methods
    8. 8. Obtaining feedback from learners is also important. Areas to be evaluated could include: 1. Practicality of Content 2. Instructor’s Presentation Style 3. Level of Participant Interaction and Activity 4. Training Materials and Resources 5. Training Environment 6. Meeting the Expectations of Participants 8 Assessing Teaching
    9. 9. 9 Kirkpatrick's Training Evaluation Model RESULTS BEHAVIOR LEARNING REACTION Four Levels of Evaluation
    10. 10. 10 Kirkpatrick's Training Evaluation Model RESULTS BEHAVIOR LEARNING REACTION LEVEL 4:To what degree the targeted outcome occurs, as a result of the learning event(s) and subsequent reinforcement. LEVEL 3:To what degree participants apply what they learned during the training when they are back on the job. LEVEL 2:To what degree participants acquire the indented knowledge, skills and attitudes based on their participation in the learning event. LEVEL 1: To what degree participants react favorably to the learning event.
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    12. 12. 12 Tips and Issues to Consider when Developing Assessment or Evaluation
    13. 13. • Is the assessment for formative or summative purposes? • What knowledge and/or skills do you want to emphasize? • What are the evaluation objectives? • What are the instructional objectives and the method of delivery? 13 Tips and Issues to consider when Developing Assessment or Evaluation
    14. 14. • How large is the class and what is the best way to assess all learners effectively? • Is the assessment reusable? • Can you provide meaningful feedback? • Can you administer tests frequently in order to keep learners on task? 14 Tips and Issues to consider when Developing Assessment or Evaluation
    15. 15. • Use Rubrics ▫ to assist learners in successfully completing the assessment tasks ▫ to assist the instructor to successfully assess learning 15 Tips and Issues to consider when Developing Assessment or Evaluation
    16. 16. E 16 Example
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