Building efficient questions for learning program evaluations

Evaluating learning programs is a continuous challenge for instructional designers and L&D specialists. There seems to be a consensus that the higher you go on the Kirkpatrick model, the better. Yet, most organizations confess that they stop somewhere around the second level of the learning program assessment model.

Read more: Measuring training effectiveness — the Kirkpatrick model

Since this is the case, instead of insisting on going further, I will focus on the types of questions already being used and how to make them more efficient for your purpose.

The point of evaluating a learning intervention is to assess the quality of a course. Moreover, it helps enhance information retention and with discovering which areas learners may have missed.

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