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Evaluation in Instructional Design
Transcript of Evaluation in Instructional Design
Chapter 10 Formative Evaluation : Two Forms of Evaluation in Instructional Design Evaluation for the assessment of mastering knowledge Focuses of Evaluation The criteria for the method of the evaluation.
The performance standards of the evaluation.
The data performance and the level of performance of the evaluation.
The final judgement (results) of the evaluation. Some evaluation methods Evaluation that is done to support a process of improvement. (Assessment FOR learning) Summative Evaluation: Evaluation that is done to understand improvement. (Assessment OF learning) Context Input Process Evaluation Product Evaluation #1 Stufflebeam 4 Step Evaluation Process What environment will the evaluation be used in? What resources will be used for the evaluation? The development, implementation and effectiveness of the evaluation. Success of product outcome. Needs Assessment Theory for the
Program Implementation Assessment Economic Evaluation Scientific Evaluation #2 Rossi's 5 Domain Evaluation Model "Assessment OF Learning v.s. Assessment FOR learning" Evaluation in Instructional Design (ISD) Evaluation is the systematic determination of merit, worth, and significance of a learning or training process by using criteria against a set of standards. The evaluation phase is ongoing throughout the ISD process. The primary purpose is to ensure that the stated goals of the learning process will actually meet the required need. Evaluation is performed during the stages of the ISD process: Behavior (transfer of knowledge) Learning Reaction #3 Kirkpatrick’s Training Evaluation Model Results How do people react to the learning experience? What was learned in the training? Was their On-the-Job behavior changed? Did the training lead to the final results desired? designed to fit local needs,
resources and types
of programs created for evaluating training programs 3. Conduct survey that
identifies best and
worst case scenarios. 2. Construct visual
impact model. 5. Communicate
evaluation findings. 4. Conduct in-depth
interviews. 1. Plan success case study #4 Brinkerhoff’s
Success Case Method (SCM) # 5 Patton’s Utilization-Focused
Evaluation (U-FE) The focus in U-FE is on intended use by intended users.
U-FE is a process for helping primary intended users select the most appropriate content, model, methods, theory, and uses for their particular situation.
U-FE's should be evaluated by whether primary intended users used the evaluation in intended ways. (Meta evaluation) In Conclusion... Evaluation is an integral component in the instructional
design of training programs. Data gathered during the
evaluation process provides instructional designers,
trainers and organizations with information on which
training programs to continue, discontinue,
modify or improve. The End The need for the program. The design of the program. The program's implementation and service delivery. The program's impact or outcomes. The program's efficiency.