Create Assessments that Maximize Performance and Results
The questionnaires we all use at the end of learning programs (Level 1 Evaluation) only capture the feelings of the learners about the program. You need more data to evaluate whether the learners have learned (Level 2 Evaluation) and that, as a result, their performance improves when they return to the workplace (Level 3 Evaluation). During this interactive and engaging session, Michael Nolan will help you explore how organizations can use effective assessments to confirm learning and performance improvement.
- Define what makes an assessment reliable, valid, fair and legally defensible
- Identify higher-level processing questions that assess the learners’ ability to understand, apply, analyze, evaluate and create
- Describe the formal and informal assessment required at the end of learning programs and back on the job (bridging period)