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Strengths and Weaknesses of Strategies in the Classroom

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I stated, "I could then go out and talk to the respondents of the survey verbally and ask them questions about their opinion of the training module."

What are the strengths and weaknesses of these strategies in the classroom?

Course Materials: Objectives
Explore the purposes of assessment in adult education.
Analyze the types of summative assessment.
Analyze ethical standards for assessments

"I could then go out and talk to the respondents of the survey verbally and ask them questions about their opinion of the training module. The results from the oral interviews can be compared to the written assessment in order to maintain ethical quality and accuracy of the materials being gathered. For example, if an employee answers the questionnaire and then answers the same questions verbally in the same way, I can assume that this is an accurate response from this employee. If the opposite occurs, then I could question the integrity of the response. All comments will be confidential and considered in order to improve upon and implement changes to any existing training depending on the results of the questionnaire"

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I think that verbally asking respondents AFTER they filled out an evaluation of the training module can reinforce the data being gathered. If a participant had a good training module and filled out the questionnaire (at ...

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The strengths and weaknesses of strategies in a classroom are examined.

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