Creating a simple-to-use evaluation with different criteria
An Evaluation allows you to check the performance of a group or participants' individual progress, as well as to establish trends by using quantitative and qualitative criteria.
Quantitative criteria allow the participants to attribute points (e.g.: on a scale from 1 to 5), while qualitative criteria require the participants to answer an open question (the number of characters in the answer field is limited).
You can show different results on the broadcasting screen and then discuss them during the session. You can also get relevant feedback by exporting the session.
There are different types of evaluations:
- Evaluation of something (such as a process),
- Evaluation of other participants.
1. Evaluating things
You can ask your audience to evaluate something according to a certain number of criteria. This type of evaluation can be used as a satisfaction survey to evaluate an event or product, for example.
The organizer of the event or the facilitator can check the impact and efficiency of the session or find out about the topics that struck a cord with the audience or about things that need to be improved.
Your participants can do a self-evaluation according to specific criteria.
A self-evaluation allows the participants to evaluate what they have learned, what they liked or what they would like to improve in terms of their skills or efficiency.
3. Evaluating other participants
This type of evaluation is often used during role-play or project presentations.
This activity allows the participants to get feedback on their achievements. The facilitator can show the group average results or individual results. This way every participant can get objective feedback from the audience.
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