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What is the purpose and process of program evaluation, and the primary evidence that would satisfy the learners?
Weegy: discussing the purpose and process of program evaluation, and then discuss the primary evidence that you think: would satisfy (1) the learners (More)
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In Adult Learning what is the purpose of program evaluation?
Weegy: Purposes of Evaluation in Adult Education To assess learners’ background or “entry-level” knowledge, to determine “learning needs”. To monitor student progress and attitudes in an on-going way. [ To help learners make decisions about their next actions. To compare actual learner performance at the end of a program to the goals of the instruction. To assess the effectiveness of the teaching methods. To assess the effectiveness of the program: objectives, concepts, materials, and activities. To determine the extent of learner satisfaction. To provide information for other stakeholders interested in accountability or learner progress. To develop learners’ ability to assess themselves, to plan and monitor their own continuing growth. ] (More)
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Discuss the purpose and process of program evaluation, and then discuss the primary evidence that you think: would satisfy (1) the learners, (2) the facilitator, and (3) the agency financially underwriting the program.
Weegy: There are four steps of a good program evaluation. The first step is a reaction evaluation, in which information is gathered about how the participants are responding to program- things such as their favorite and least favorite parts of the program. [ The second step s a learning evaluation, where data is obtained about the principles, facts, and techniques that were acquired by the participants (NOTE: this should include pretests and posttests). The third step is behavioral evaluation, which includes behavioral changes in the learner before and after the course. The fourth step is a results evaluation, or the results of factors found in routine records of organizations – the effects on turnover, cost, efficiency, frequency of tardiness/absence, etc. Given these four evaluations, a positive learning evaluation would likely satisfy the learner; a mostly positive reaction evaluation, a good learning evaluation, and a good behavioral evaluation would most satisfy me as a facilitator; and a good learning evaluation and results evaluation would most satisfy the agency. ] (More)
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What is an overview of the Andragogy in Practice?
Weegy: Andragogy makes the following assumptions about the design of learning: (1) Adults need to know why they need to learn something (2) Adults need to learn experientially, (3) Adults approach learning as problem-solving, [ and (4) Adults learn best when the topic is of immediate value. In practical terms, andragogy means that instruction for adults needs to focus more on the process and less on the content being taught. Strategies such as case studies, role playing, simulations, and self-evaluation are most useful. Instructors adopt a role of facilitator or resource rather than lecturer or grader.Andragogy applies to any form of adult learning and has been used extensively in the design of organizational training programs (especially for "soft skill" domains such as management development). ] (More)
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