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A Study of Evaluation on Experiential Education Courses
experiential education courses
effectiveness of courses
Kirkpatrick evaluation model
This study explored the learning effectiveness of the experiential education courses by taking the course of “Studies in Activity Leadership” as an example at National Taiwan Normal University. In order to provide suggestions for the future courses of experience education, the study was carried out on the learning effects and factors that influences the results with the frame model mainly according to the four levels evaluation of Kirkpatrick. With a cross - sectional study design, a face-to-face, semi-structured and in-depth interview was conducted on 7 participants of the course for qualitative study. Thematic analysis was used to organize the interviews and course reflections word by word. Furthermore, peer review, triangle test and participant verification were performed to ensure the credibility of this work. The results revealed positive learning effects in the three evaluation levels of reaction, learning and behavior. And contributing factors and resistance factors of Reaction and Learning levels were related to principles and methods of Adult Learning Courses and Teaching. Moreover, the study has put forward the specific suggestions for the development and academic research of the subsequent education curriculum and the research on the application of Kirkpatrick evaluation model. Firstly, the principle “begin with the end in mind” conducting a comprehensive and diversified learning strategy to form an overall program to improve the efficiency of behavior transformation in the course development. The value of “learner-oriented” would be used to guide the development of influential education courses and cultivate professions in the future.
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