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Title: Pilot evaluation in TENCompetence: a theory-driven model
Authors: Schoonenboom, Judith
Sligte, Henk
Moghnieh, Ayman
Specht, Marcus
Glahn, Christian
Stefanov, Krassen
Keywords: lifelong learning
competence development
evaluation model
multisite evaluation
Issue Date: 8-Oct-2007
Abstract: This paper describes a theory-driven evaluation model that is used in evaluating four pilots in which an infrastructure for lifelong competence development, which is currently being developed, is validated. The model makes visible the separate implementation steps that connect the envisaged infrastructure at the very beginning to the actual learning outcomes at the end. The model shows how each implementation step can lead to differences, that may influence the ultimate outcomes. We first show the characteristics of the model, and how they are derived from existing evaluation literature. Secondly, we show how the model is used in the several stages of evaluation, including its use to test the program theory.
Description: Schoonenboom, J., Sligte, H., Moghnieh, A., Specht, M., Glahn, C., & Stefanov, K. (2007). Pilot evaluation in TENCompetence: a theory-driven model. In T. Navarette, J. Blat & R. Koper (Eds.). Proceedings of the 3rd TENCompetence Open Workshop 'Current Research on IMS Learning Design and Lifelong Competence Development Infrastructures' (pp. 43-50). June, 21-22, 2007, Barcelona, Spain.
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