Establishing goals and testing during training
When developing training programs sometimes the main focus can get lost. Make sure your students know what is expected of them. If possible, share the lesson plans with them before they are reporting for in-service training. Granted not all will read it but for most, this gives them some insight on what they will be doing and help get in the mind set before they start.
Learning Objectives: These need to be exactly what the training program is soliciting from the student. You also need to give them the tools to make this achievement possible. It is always best to pick a few and accomplish them than to try to cover so many you fall short or become too hurried or confused.
Testing and Evaluating Performance
There are many ways to measure the proficiency of your students. We use four areas:
1. Written test — This is consisting of multiple choice or true and false