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Assessment and Evaluation Research Initiative

Department of Organization and Leadership

Institute Participation and Feedback

AERI's activities include capacity building institutes for technical and non-technical audiences in global and domestic settings. AERI's inaugural institute was held in March, 2012. 

Who attended the Inaugural Institute?
 

The AERI Inaugural Institute brought together 81 participants, including education faculty, graduate students, and professionals from around the world, such as Norway, China. Bangladesh, Nigeria, Sweden, India, Japan, Taiwan, Chile, and the USA.  

Course Preferences for Future Institutes? 

Top Five Choices of Inaugural Institute Attendees

  1. Impact Evaluation Design - Course Series
  2. Qualitative Research Methods - Course Series
  3. Quantitative Research Methods -Sampling Techniques
  4. Designing Standards-based Curricula, Student Learning Outcomes 
  5. Using Standardized Test Data for Global and Multicultural Test-takers: Best practices and Validity Standards

Inaugural Institute Feedback


Survey Items
 Strongly Agree/Agree
Strongly Disagree/Disagree
1. The subject matter of the course was useful  50 (98.1%) 0 (0%)
 2. The subject matter of the course was interesting  51 (100%) 0 (0%)
 3. The content of the course was delivered at an appropriate level of difficulty  49 (96.1%) 2 (3.9%) 
 4. The content of the course was consistent with the stated course   51 (100%)  0 (0%)
 5. The course is relevant to my professional and/or educational goals  50 (98%)  0 (0%)
 6. The course materials were relevant  50 (98%)  0 (0%)
 7. The content was well presented  50 (98%)  1 (2%)
 8. The course was well designed  49 (96%)  1 (2%)
 9. The course fees were reasonable  42 (82.4%)  7 (13.7%)
10. I was satisfied with the overall quality of the course  50 (98%) 1 (2%) 
11. I learned a lot in this course  49 (96.1%)  2 (3.9%)

Note: Response rate was 72% out of 81 participants