Program Description: For over 60 years, the Kirkpatrick-Katzell Four-Level Model of Training Evaluation has dominated the evaluation landscape in the workplace learning field.
For over 60 years, the Kirkpatrick-Katzell Four-Level Model of Training Evaluation has dominated the evaluation landscape in the workplace learning field. Loved for its simplicity and critiqued for its limitations, the Four Levels has remained our touchstone—with hardly even a dose of healthy competition from other evaluation models. That changed a few months ago with Dr. Will Thalheimer’s introduction of LTEM, a new, research-inspired evaluation model. In this session, Dr. Thalheimer will reflect back on the history of learning evaluation and bring us up-to-date by describing LTEM and its rationale. Already, LTEM has sent shockwaves through the industry. Come join us in ISPI BABS in this not-to-be-missed webinar!
Will Thalheimer, Ph.D., is a consultant and research translator, providing organizations with learning audits, research benchmarking, workshops, and strategic guidance. Will shares his wisdom through keynotes, research reports, job aids, workshops, and blog posts. Compiler of the Decisive Dozen, one of the authors of the Serious eLearning Manifesto (eLearningManifesto.org), founder of The Debunker Club (Debunker.Club), and author of the highly-acclaimed book Performance-Focused Smile Sheets(SmileSheets.com), Will blogs at WillAtWorkLearning.com, tweets as @WillWorkLearn, and consults through Work-Learning Research, Inc. (Work-Learning.com). Will regularly publishes extensive research-to-practice reports—and gives them away for free.
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(Thursday) 11:00 am - 12:00 pm