Date: September 23, 2015
Time: 6:00 PM-7:30 PM
Location: Edina Library, 5280 Grandview Square Edina, MN 55346 Important Reminder: The Edina Library is near the 50th Street and Vernon exits off of Highway 100.
Topic: Why Level 3 Measurement is Essential to Instructional Design
Presenter: Jay Kasdan, Project/Account Manager Fredrickson Communications
Cost: Free to all participants
Additional Directions: See below
Why Level 3 Measurement is Essential to Instructional Design
You may be familiar with the saying, "Aim at nothing and you'll hit it every time." Unfortunately, many training sessions fall into this category. This session will help you learn why level three measurement is critical to effective instructional design.
Topics discussed will include
• Review objectives to determine if they are measurable
• Why level three measurement is critical to instructional design
• Concerns over statements by Masie and Allen about objectives
• Understand why most level two measurement is inadequate
• Review your training courses to determine if it meets level three measurement standards
• How level three and level four measurement work together
• Why level three measurement is more important than percentage of Scrap Learning and Net Promoter Score
• Consider using a level three slant on level one measurement
Please send an email to Jay Kasdan at firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan on attending the session or to be added to the Training SIG email list.
Take Hwy 100 South (past 394 and past Excelsior Blvd)
Exit on the 50th Street/Vernon Avenue exit
Take a Right at the top of the exit
Take a Left at the 3rd stoplight (next to an SA the Library is across the street on the same side of the street)
Take an immediate Right into the Library parking lot
Go in the front entrance. The conference room is the first room on the right.
3208 W Lake Street STE 25
Minneapolis, MN 55416