According to The Kirkpatrick Model, Level 3: Behavior is the degree to which participants apply what they learned during training when they are back on the job. The prevailing belief that a Level 3 plan for post-training support and accountability is difficult, expensive and out of training’s purview is untrue. Here are the deceptively simple steps to create learning experiences with true value.
The Experience API (xAPI for short) is far more than just an update to SCORM, the popular standard for tracking data from a learning management system. xAPI opens up a whole new world of possibilities for learning analytics. Examples of what real organizations are doing with it in real-life situations make it easier to grasp the scale of this advance and apply the learnings to your own situation.
There’s no question that the shift to remote and flexible learning has highlighted the importance of technology in education, but at the same time, this shift has also complicated some key aspects of a teacher’s job.
Jisc has been supporting seven research projects in learning analytics at UK universities over the past year. These have been in the areas of curriculum analytics, mental health and wellbeing and the evaluation of institutional learning analytics projects.Join us to hear the projects present their interesting findings.
It never bodes well to dive into the unknown without preparation. To define, design and enable learning analytics, it’s essential to have a clear strategy in place. Prep yourself with these evaluation questions before you dive into learning analytics.