Evaluation Strategies For The Program
Report on Evaluation Strategies for the Program
The success of instructional programs depends not only on learning outcomes, but also on the overall satisfaction of all vested stakeholders. For the EnterTech Project, it is important that the program satisfy an array of constituents who include the learners, instructors, enrolling educational institutions, employers, and the project coalition members.
To measure the value, worth, merit or effectiveness of a program, information about individual learners must be aggregated to provide a picture of the program as a whole. Quality assurance measures built into the instructional design process evaluate effectiveness as the program is developed. Indicators such as implementation and maintenance costs for training sites, employer and learner satisfaction measures, labor market outcomes of job placements and earnings
portray overall program effectiveness.
To plan for instructional program evaluation, the following activities are necessary:
Research and analyze current strategies for determining the effectiveness of a training program of this type.
Design documents to obtain information from customers as to the training programs effectiveness.
Design documents to collect data pertaining to enrollment, retention, completion, job placement, job retention or continued education.
Develop strategies for continued evaluation and enhancements.
Section 1. Research and analyze current strategies for determining the
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