Planning and Conducting Formative Evaluations: Improving the Quality of Education and Training

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Kogan Page, 1993 - Business & Economics - 159 pages
Formative evaluation is the process of reviewing of pilot stage courses in order to determine strengths and weaknesses before the programme of instruction is finalized. This text offers practical guidance on the main methods used to gather and analyze data on course effectiveness.

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Martin Tessmer is a former university research professor of instructional design and technology, who now consults for the United States Navy pilot training programs. He resides in Denver Colorado. This is his ninth book.

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