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A general picture A picture of training A picture of training Goal – to improve a test score (Learning) Pre – before training Training – a time during which training takes place Post – after training is completed What we hope training looks like What we hope training looks like We know little to start Learn during training (learning curve) Remember the training for a long time after training is completed. Evaluation – Post only Evaluation – Post only We measure only after the training is completed Trainees know a lot But – what did they know before training? Evaluation – Pre & Post Evaluation – Pre & Post We now measure both before and after training We are looking for a change (improvement) But But How do we know the improvement was caused by the training and not by something else? How about a control group – a group as similar to the trained group as possible – but one that does not receive the training. Control group – training does not Control group – training does not cause the change Trained group improves Control group also improves Conclusion – training did not cause the change Control group – training works Control group – training works Trained group improves Control group does not Conclusion – training caused the change The End The End ...
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This note was uploaded on 03/12/2011 for the course MGMT 738 taught by Professor Wagner during the Spring '11 term at Wisc Whitewater.
- Spring '11