Too often, follow-up evaluation takes the form only of “smile-sheet” rating forms, hastily completed at the end of the session by tired learners anxious to get on the road, go to the restroom, go to lunch, or get back to work. Use Twitter to keep up with after-chat and to gather more meaningful evaluation data once learners are back on the job and working to implement their new skills.
Employ Twitter to conduct one-week, two-week, four-week, and six-month check-ins. For instance, invite discussion around such topics as:
• What activity was most useful for you? Why?
• What are some questions ...