1. Materials Evaluation
For evaluating the materials, the content will be reviewed by an expert whom is a subject
matter expert to make sure that the content is accurate and complete. After setting the
goals and objectives of the training as well as the lesson plan, the subject matter expert
will go through the content and the materials we want to use and make sure that the
materials used will lead to achieving the objectives. This will be used as a formative
evaluation because it begins before the training and continues through, in case if there
were any problems with the materials we can go back and fix those problems.
It can be also used as a summative evaluation because at the end of the training the
subject matter expert will see how the training was and if the outcomes were as planned.
Therefore, in case the outcomes met the objectives, there will be no need to change the
materials and the training can be applied again without any problems. On the other hand,
if there were any problems in the outcomes after finishing the course, then the content
and materials must be viewed and checked to overcome the problems faced at the end
and prevent it from happening again.
2. Process Evaluation
The process evaluation will be done as a formative evaluation where the process is
managed and developed after each lesson. After the lesson ends, we will check the
effectiveness of the learning and if the lesson was presented the way it was supposed to.
If there were any problems faced the lesson how we can improve the process to overcome
those problems for the next lesson. Making sure that the quality of learning will not
change even when the training plan is applied for other courses in other schools.
As a summative evaluation, the process of the training will be evaluated at the end.
Through observing the effectiveness and the quality of the whole training, changes and
improvements will be made to avoid any obstacles. We will measure the teachers'
performance after the training and check if there were any improvements should be taken
to enhance their teaching. …….
3. Learner Reaction
Learner reaction is usually done at the end of the training as a summative evaluation but
it could be done as a formative evaluation by asking the teachers after each lesson of how
well they understand the lesson and if they felt comfortable in the class or they need to
2. change it for the next one. So it is basically about taking the teachers reaction of the
lesson and checking if they have any suggestions to improve the training.
At the end of the training course, the teachers will be given a self-report survey that asks
the teachers about the clarity of instruction, the quality of the instructional strategies, the
comfort of the environment and other things related to the training they had. This will be
helpful for us as trainers to evaluate the clarity and the quality of the training as a whole
and to recognize any improvements should be taken before implementing the training to
another organization or school.
4. Learner Achievement
During each lesson we will give teachers to practice what they have learned and provide
feedback to improve their work as well as discuss what the wrong and what the better to
In the formative we will measure teachers’ achievement by giving them after all lesson
project to apply what they already learned individually to determine if the achieve the
objective outcome or not. Also we can make sure about the effectiveness of the workshop
we will give them final test to provide performance feedback for teachers about their
5. Instructional Sequences
During the lesson we will give the teachers a chance to apply things during their
colleagues to be able to transfer that skills in the future job.
In summative evaluation we will let teachers to doing assignments and apply what they
learned to help them to be able to transfer such things in authentic learning experiences
with higher cognitive skills. The teachers will apply the skills that they enquire from this
workshop in the real life in their schools.