Instructional Assessment: Behavioral Change Assessment Tool

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Level 3 Behavioral Change Assessment Tool

Reasoning (Level 3)
Instructional design students are expected to take the role of team leader as the need arises. Behaviors such as team communication, planning ahead, patience and responsibility must be cultivated to handle this responsibility. Assessing if the student has achieved these behaviors is essential and is accomplished through level 3 assessments. It tests the gap between knowing what must be done, and actually employing the training learned in the field (Horton, 2001). Furthermore, it allows the instructor to see which parts of the instruction succeed, and which failed, so that they may re-evaluate the program accordingly.
Unlike level 1, which accesses the course and level 2, which
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They will be instructed that this survey will focus on how well in the field they’ve been able to utilize their developed skills and offer them a chance to share opinions, ideas or other factors of how to improve on the course. This survey will include both a Likert Scale and a write in section that asks them to define their answers. The student will be re-contacted within that time frame through either email or telephone (or both) and asked if they wish to participate. If so, the student will be mailed an envelope containing the …show more content…
Kirkpatrick and Kirkpatrick (2006) state that for some programs, these are the sole reason for their existence due to their importance. This is the point in the assessments where the trainers have to evaluate the final results. These final results vary in range, and contain both positive and negative attributes. Essentially it’s breaking down the resources used vs. the level of training achieved and implemented. Final results don’t have to be physically tangible for the evaluator. Some evaluations look for leadership improvement, communication improvement, motivation, time management, and so forth (Kirkpatrick and Kirkpatrick, 2006). While these behaviors can lead to tangible benefits for the benefactor or organization they work for, they are not in themselves tangible technically. It is the hope of the evaluations that these, however, do lead to a profitable margin that can be employed out in the

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