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Applying the Kirkpatrick model: Evaluating Interaction for Learning Framework curriculum interventions

Paull, M., Whitsed, C. and Girardi, A. (2016) Applying the Kirkpatrick model: Evaluating Interaction for Learning Framework curriculum interventions. In: Teaching and learning Forum 2016, 28 - 29 January, Perth, Western Australia

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Abstract

Global perspectives and interpersonal and intercultural communication competencies are viewed as a priority within Australian higher education. For management educators, globalisation, student mobility and widening pathways present numerous challenges, but afford opportunities for curriculum innovation. The Interaction for Learning Framework (ILF) seeks to help academics introduce curriculum change and increase peer interaction opportunities. Although the framework has many strengths to recommend it, the ILF does not provide a process by which academics can easily evaluate the outcomes produced by its implementation. In this paper, we examine the efficacy of a popular four level training evaluation framework – the Kirkpatrick model – as a way to appraise the outcomes of ILF-based curriculum interventions.

Publication Type: Conference Paper
Murdoch Affiliation: School Of Business and Governance
Centre for University Teaching and Learning
URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/38714
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