This level of Kirkpatrick's Model of Training Evaluation measures the degree to which learners found a course FAVORABLE, ENGAGING or RELEVANT to their roles.
This level of Kirkpatrick's Model of Training Evaluation measures the degree to which TARGETED OUTCOMES OCCUR following training and the ATTAINMENT OF GOALS THROUGH BUSINESS IMPACT.
This level of Kirkpatrick's Model of Training Evaluation measures the degree to which participants APPLY WHAT THEY LEARNED during training when they are back on the job
This level of Kirkpatrick's Model of Training Evaluation measures the degree to which participants ACQUIRE INTENDED KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS.
Review the statements below. Indicate whether they are true or false.
- Generally speaking, an assessment with more items is regarded as more reliable as a few incorrect answers on a relatively short test would have a great effect on the outcome.
- Assessments should reflect the language used in the training room. The goal of assessments is to measure learning, not to determine whether a student understands obscure words or gets tricky questions.
Which of the following test questions measure KNOWLEDGE?
- Are admin fees included in the CPP?
- How are parent-child programs different from speaker programs?
- List two important things to remember when completing F&B agreements.
- Do you agree that planners should flip the meeting to SUC before sending the contract to meet SLAs?
These are informal tests used to GAUGE STUDENT LEARNING AFTER EACH LESSON. These assessments help teachers assess comprehension and which gaps need to be reviewed to ensure long-term learning goals are met.
- Diagnostic Testing
- Formative Assessments
- Summative Assessments
- Benchmark Assessments
Which of the following tools measure student REACTION or SATISFACTION?
- Short Quizzes
- Long Quizzes
- Class Participation
- End of Course Survey
- Student Questions
- Conversion / Sales Close Rate
- Average Handling Time
- Customer Commendations
Which of the following statements about multiple choice questions are TRUE? Select all that apply.
- They are quick and easy to construct.
- They produce highly reliable test scores.
- They are versatile and useful in measuring all levels of cognitive ability.
- They provide and objective measurement of student achievement or ability.
- They place a high degree of dependence on the student's reading ability and instructor's writing ability.
When is it appropriate to use essays or other subjective-type assessments?
- When highly reliable test scores must be obtained as efficiently as possible
- When you wish to encourage and reward the development of student skill in writing
- When you are more interested in exploring the student's attitudes than in measuring his/her achievement
- When impartiality of evaluation, absolute fairness, and freedom from possible test scoring influences (e.g., fatigue, lack of anonymity) are essential