Chapter FourteenEvaluating Instructional and Noninstructional Interventions

In Chapter 2, we discussed the process for conducting a needs assessment, which helps the instructional design professional scope out a problem or opportunity that can be addressed by an instructional or noninstructional intervention. We then covered designing and utilizing learning assessments, identifying the desired outcomes and aligning these with the overall goals of the instructional intervention. These chapters provide the foundation for evaluation which, while conducted after the intervention, should be established early in the ID process when business and performance needs are identified, desired behavior changes are determined, and learning objectives and ...

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