The purpose of educational evaluation is to assess learning, to provide feedback to participants, and to provide data that educators can use to improve instruction. Evaluation is only as reliable as the data collection methods you use to conduct it. Create an evaluation blueprint that reveals how you will measure the impact of your professional development series in relation to your session objectives.
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To develop the following National Commission for Health Education Credentialing (NCHEC) 2020 areas of responsibility and competency:
- Area IV. Evaluation and Research
To develop the following SOPHE 2019 Health Education Teacher Preparation Standards:
- Standard 5: Evaluation
Create an assessment blueprint that reveals how you will measure participants’ achievement of the learning objectives. Depending on whether the objective is low-level (knowledge, comprehension), mid-level (application), or high-level (analysis, evaluation, creation), the complexity of your assessment will vary. Use this document for ideas. If the objectives relate to valuing or awareness, use this website.
Copy the template below. The examples reveal what work is expected. Your data collection method descriptions should reveal a direct connection to the learning objective being measured, be written in complete sentences, and consist of an observable task.
|Participant Learning Objectives||Session #||Data Collection Method Descriptions|
|Ex. Participants will be able to explain the role of connectedness in students’ mental health.||3||Participants will draw a diagram that reveals the various ways that connectedness contributes positively to mental health.|
|Ex. Participants will explain the importance of the WSCC model element Community Engagement.||1||Participants will explain the importance of the WSCC model element Community Engagement in a role play staged like a department meeting.|
|Ex. Participants will be able to name the WSCC model elements.||1||Participants will answer a fill-in-the blank quiz question that reveals the correct answer.|
|Ex. Participants demonstrate the belief that the WSCC model is a practical, reliable approach to school health.||5||Participants will indicate their value for the WSCC model on a rating scale question on the end-of-series survey.|
|Insert as many rows as you have objectives.|
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