How Are You Providing Performance Feedback in Your eLearning?

If you create eLearning, you know how important it is to measure its effectiveness. You, your organization, and your learners don’t want to spend time—or money—on training that doesn’t provide a solid return. Most instructional designers and training professionals use the Kirkpatrick Model as a standard for evaluating the effectiveness of training.

That same model can also serve as a framework for when to provide feedback to your learners. Here’s a look at how Kirkpatrick model can be used as a structure for providing learners with feedback about their performance:

Reaction: At the end of a course, include a simple survey to gauge user responses and reactions to what they were able to learn in the course.

Does the learner feel more competent in regards to the topic? Will the course help them meet job requirements?

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