[Idl-discuss] Kirkpatrick or Fitzpatrick Model of Evaluation?
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The Kirkpatrick Model is used to measure the effectiveness of a training
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On Thu, Aug 18, 2016 at 5:47 PM, Mellissa Ruryk via Idl-discuss <
idl-discuss at mailer.stc.org> wrote:
> I might be having a job interview soon where a requirement has been
> expressed as, “Knowledge with evaluation models such as the Fitzpatrick
> model “
> Of course, I Googled and found that there are few references to
> “Fitzpatrick Evaluation Model” but quite a few to the Kirkpatrick model.
> Does anyone have any insights (on either) to share so I can sound
> intelligent? This is coming through a recruiter (and as many of us are
> aware, recruiters are often unfamiliar with instructional design – or
> technical writing as a whole) and has perhaps made a mistake. On the other
> hand, I believe she has passed on the requirements directly from her
> client. So… perhaps the client is trying to weed out “poseurs” who really
> don’t know much about instructional design (and/or how to use Google to
> prepare for an interview!)
> I’d appreciate any thoughts you might like to offer.
> Mellissa Ruryk
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