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Discussion: Evaluating Learning Effectiveness Reflect in ePortfolio Submit FeedbackYour First Post: Apply the Kirkpatrick Four-Level Evaluation

Discussion: Evaluating Learning Effectiveness

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Apply the Kirkpatrick Four-Level Evaluation model and evaluate a course you have taken from Trident or from another university (university, course name, and number are optional). Select a course you have not previously focused on in this class. Prepare a list of questions to ask related to learner 
reaction to the course, the 
learning that took place, changes to learner 
behavior as a result of taking the course, and the 
results of taking the course to the organization (now or in the future). Attach your list of questions to your first post. Then share your own responses to your questions (answering them as a learner) in your first post.

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