February 28, 2005


It is amazing how many meetings I attend and people always ask for “the numbers.” At a recent meeting I attended someone presented statistics and graphs showing results for a program we were evaluating. During the meeting we discussed the method of evaluation that was done and we realized that the wrong variables were measured and that the numbers did not show the results that were need to assess the program. Sam Gonzales’s case study did a good job at creating discussion about evaluation. When designing the program and throughout the instructional design model more attention needed to be made on how the program would be evaluated and assessed.

Posted by sthielen at February 28, 2005 9:23 PM