A four step training evaluation methodology developed by Donald Kirkpatrick in 1975 consisting of:
1. The sum of what is known; a body of truths, principles, and information. 2. Specific information required for the student to develop the skills and attitudes for effective accomplishment of the jobs, duties, and tasks.
A reiteration of key points of content in a knowledge-level lesson designed to enhance a learner's ability to remember facts.
Capturing, organizing, and storing knowledge and experiences of individual workers and groups within an organization and making it available to others in the organization.
knowledge mapping (mind maps)
A learning method similar to outlining that consists of drawing out circles and connecting them with lines while writing words in the circles and on the lines.
There are three knowledge structures: declarative, procedural and strategic.
Created April 4, 2005. Updated August 7, 2010.