The Guide

  • Topical Outline: Instructional Evaluation

    Posted in Instructional Evaluation on Sep 11, 2019

    • The Teacher as a Student

    • A: Assessing Effectivness Teacing and Training

    • B: Assessing Learning Outcomes

    • Traditional Assessment Approaches

    • Test Development , Administration, Data Analysis and Use

    • Authentic Assessment Approaches

    • Portfolio of Projects Assesment

    • Grading Criteria and Rubrics

    • Courses, Seminars, or Feild Experience Assessment Measures

    • Formes of Feedback

    • Delivering and Receiveing Constructive Criticisum

  • Topic Organizer and Reflection :INSTRUCTIONAL EVALUATION

    Posted in Instructional Evaluation on Sep 11, 2019

    Advancements in the expectations and rigor characterizing instruction-training-learning in higher education and organizational training are clearly placing extraordinary importance on instructional evaluation. To be sure, traditional approaches to measuring and quantifying student learning and achievement remain a constant, however, numerous models of evaluation continue to evolve. In effect, increasingly more sophisticated qualitative approached are being used to describe and validate student learning and achievement in conjunction with corresponding effectiveness of higher education facu...

  • Introduction: Instructional Evaluation

    Posted in Instructional Evaluation on Sep 11, 2019

    Today’s higher education and training environments are among the most scrutinized and evaluated for evidence of instruction and learning effectiveness. The question of the value of what is learned and acquired is receiving intense scrutiny. In this regard, we are observing the emergence of a variety of quantitative and qualitative assessment and evaluation approaches, methods and strategies that offer measures of evidence that is both valid and reliable. They, in effect, offer a clearer perspective on the effectiveness of instruction and training undertaken by students and trainees as they gro...