Smile Sheets – Lovable? Or Exponentially Dangerous? Curated #chat2lrn tweets

Here are our tweets from the Chat2lrn Twitter chat on happy sheets. [View the story “Smile Sheets – Lovable? Or Exponentially Dangerous? Curated chat2lrn tweets” on Storify]

Traci Sitzman – happy sheet killer

Editor’s note: Research shows that whether or not a student is satisfied with training has no bearing on the impact of that training. Conclusion: happy sheets have no value.

Revolutionise learning and development – curated #chat2lrn tweets

Here are edited tweet highlights of the Chat2lrn Twitter chat on revolutionising L&D. [View the story “Revolutionise learning and development – curated chat2lrn tweets” on Storify]

The business of learning evaluation – curated #chat2lrn tweets

Here are our curated tweets from the Chat2lrn Twitter chat on #learning evaluation. [View the story “The business of learning evaluation – curated chat2lrn tweets” on Storify]

Stop evaluating training!

Editor’s note: Thanks to don Taylor for sharing this link. The article looks at the Brinkerhoff Success Case Method and includes a video of the man talking at Learning Technologies.

Alternative’s to Kirkpatrick: Brinkerhoff’s Success Case Method

Editor’s note: Been seeing some recent references to Brinkerhoff as a way of evaluating L&D work. This article looks at the approach.

How to evaluate learning: Kirkpatrick model for the 21st century – a revision

Editor’s note: An instructional designer’s revision of the Kirkpatrick four models of evaluation.

A new approach to evaluation

Editor’s note: BP’s Nick Shackleton-Jones has been working on a tool that helps turn training events into behaviour change. He shares his thinking and hopes for what the technology will achieve.