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(Fargo Group Event) Assessment Workshop: Aligning Objectives, Content and Evaluations presented by Lindsie Schoenack

  • Wednesday, January 20, 2016
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Hilton Garden Inn, 4351 17th Ave S, Fargo ND

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  • Regular monthly lunch meetings.
    Free for Members
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Assessment Workshop:  Aligning Objectives, Content and Evaluations presented by Lindsie Schoenack

Have you heard comments about your trainings from participants like, "I've never heard that before", "that question was tricky", or "I wasn't really sure what this training was all about"?  If so, this workshop will help you as a trainer to better align your learning outcomes, content and the evaluations to ensure that what you are training on is what is intended.  In this session, we will discuss different levels of knowledge, and improved ways to assess those different levels of knowledge.  With reference to both Blooms Taxonomy and Angelo's (1991's) Assessment of Learning in Four Dimensions, this workshop will be practical and will allow time for workshopping with a colleague on one of your current courses to help you align the pieces of your training session.  Individuals will walk away knowing what they need to do to improve upon for the course that they will review.

Upon completion of this workshop participants will be able to:

  • Define assessment
  • Evaluate and/or determine the goals for learning for their class
  • Determine the best method of evaluation for their course
  • Align evaluation questions/techniques with learning outcomes
  • Develop reliable and valid test questions   

About our Presenter:

Lindsie Schoenack is Learning and Development Director at Discovery Benefits where she gets to practice her love for learning every day. Lindsie has nearly 15 years of experience in higher education and in workplace learning. Currently she is tasked with monitoring and measuring effectiveness of training programs, ensuring training resources are in place, and helping to develop trainers internally. She has been a member of the F-M Chapter of the Association for Training and Development since 2013. Lindsie received her master's degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resources from Concordia University Wisconsin in 2003 and is currently working on an Ed.D. in Occupational and Adult Education from North Dakota State University with particular emphasis on occupational and adult education. She and her husband, Aaron live in Fargo with their two children.

 

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