Workshop aligned to UKPSF A5, K5, K6, V3
It may seem strange to design our evaluation structures before we have even recruited students onto our programmes. We need first to understand the distinction between assessment, feedback and evaluation. It is then important to explore both the evaluation of learning experiences and evaluation for-learning, which I will refer to as in-class evaluation for the sake of consistency.
The pages associated with this blog, stage 8 of the 8-SLDF, explores 5 basic concepts that underpin the evaluation of learning.
- Distinguishing between Evaluation, Feedback and Assessment
- Measuring Student Performance versus Teacher Performance
- In-class evaluation versus Post-Completion evaluation
- Learning Gain
- Progression: Access, Retention, Pass Rates, Grades, Completion and Destination
Explore the pages associated with the evaluation stage at sijen.com