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Evaluating Learning with Pre and Post-Training Test | Real Life Example

One of the easiest ways to evaluate a learning intervention is the use of pre and post tests.

In essence, this is done by administering a test at the beginning of the instruction to determine the preexisting knowledge or preconceived ideas of the learner.

Then at the end of the session, you administer the same test which should demonstrate some changes which could indicate learning has occurred.

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Kirkpatrick’s Training Evaluation Model | How to Evaluate Training Effectiveness

In my experience, it’s not uncommon for me as an employee to fill up evaluation forms after attending a company sponsored training. However, these evaluation forms tend to only measure the immediate reaction to the training. But if you only measure the immediate reaction, you’re not checking if learning has occurred and if it has …

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