The evaluation phase consists of two aspects: formative and summative. Formative evaluation is present in each stage of the ADDIE process, while summative evaluation is conducted on finished instructional programs or products.
Nom@d learning projects
Nom@d learning past projects include:
Department of Education – Melbourne Victoria
- Formative evaluation (as described earlier with feedback on course design and structure/ training materials from internal DET VSBA Atrium Project Team and Corporate Users training sessions).
- Evaluation of the suitability of the Atrium training materials according to feedback from the above sessions (and discussion with the DET ITTC Manager).
- Formative participant training workshop evaluation form (provided at the start of each session – participants were encouraged to complete it during the training).
Summative evaluation including management reports as described below:
- Tranche 1 and Tranche 2 training evaluation reports which included detailed qualitative and quantitative analyses (gathered from the training workshop evaluation forms and details below). Both reports were divided into two sections: an executive summary and an appendix:
The Executive Summary provided answers to the following questions:
- Feedback on facilities (room/amenities) etc.
- Which schools attended?
- Who was representing each of the schools?
- What worked well?
- What did not work well?
- Review feedback and comments from each school
- Comments on agenda (too long/too short, what needs to change etc.)
- Lessons learnt
- Any follow-up questions or feedback from the schools
Appendix A contained supporting evidence with details of attendance and feedback for the following:
- Training administration
- Training analysis and Help Desk support
- Pre-course assessment of existing competencies
- Trainer/workshop analysis
- Participant attendance
- Participant evaluation
- Number of evaluations returned
- Evaluation responses – Tranche 1
- Evaluation responses – Tranche 2
- Consolidated quantitative feedback (statistics)