"Who questions much, shall learn much, and retain much."
You are doing a presentation on learning styles and after the presentation you want to evaluate the following:
- Effectiveness of your presentation.
- Learners’ understanding.
- How learners could use the information in real life.
What type of questions would you ask?
After formulating your questions read the self-assessment section below to see how you did.
Using the review chart as a guide, evaluate whether you used the appropriate question level and if the questions were formulated using the correct type.
- To evaluate the effectiveness of the presentation you need to evaluate if you got through to your learners
and how much they retained from your presentation. For this your questions need to be in the knowledge
level of Bloom’s taxonomy.
- To evaluate learners’ understanding your questions need to be in the analysis, comprehension and evaluation
levels of Bloom’s taxonomy.
- To evaluate if learners are ready to use what they have learned in real life, you need to formulate
application and/or synthesis questions.