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Webinar: How to Measure Learning Success in the Workplace — Building Effective Assessments

  • 04/14/2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Virtual


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If you are working in training and development, you may be familiar with stringent deadlines, limited resources, and insufficient access to subject matter experts. In the real world, we face workplace challenges that may seem insurmountable, but the important thing to remember is to start with the end in mind.

In this webinar, we are going to reverse engineer learning success by defining what success looks like and exploring how to build effective assessments to collect and measure evidence of learning. We will cover the fundamentals for building quality assessments including tools and models that you can use to construct your own effective assessments!

By the end of this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Describe the four fundamental characteristics for creating a high-quality assessment.
  • Discuss the appropriate use and misuse of common tests and basic statistical tools.
  • Discover and evaluate various models for measuring learning success.
  • Apply principles to start building your own effective workplace assessment.

Your Presenter

Cecil Cheng (pronounced Se-SILL Chen) is a highly driven and adept instructional design consultant who uses research and data to design effective learning interventions and training products. She has the unique ability to ask revealing questions to accurately assess problems and discover learning solutions both at billion-dollar corporations like Edwards Lifesciences and Pretium Partners, as well as world class universities such as USC and UCLA. She is fearless in challenging workplace heuristics or "the old way of doing things" and approaches learning design with integrity and precision, employing methods based on scholarly research.

Cecil currently serves as a Senior Instructional Designer at UCLA and in her spare time, works on a handful of projects like the LearnEasy Speakeasy, a website that makes research, books, and academic concepts more accessible to the casual reader.

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