PromptOne __ (Letitia)

Ilike how you approach the question However, even when the formativeevaluation is used by designers, it has also been employed in othercosmos for instance in construction and education sectors Also, theanalysis has been useful when trying to catch on deficientPrincipally, the evaluation is founded on grounds of keeping accountold present data in various fields The ultimate goal as youexplained establishing a comparison with set reference standards Theachievements attained in terms of skills, material gathered, programdevelopment stage are compared to a particular set of standarddepending the on category where each lie The two evaluations are,therefore, complementary and should not be considered competitiveThe process of implementing the two evaluations should depict a twoway stewardship between the seniors and the juniors during itsimplementation for better efficiency level (Misanchuk1978)

Prompttwo__ (Joshua)

Youmade it clear that both formative and summative evaluation are vitalduring and in the end respectively Most important however during theformative evaluation is the collection of data Data in actual senseis the main build up material for decision making information Aclose understanding of the methods that would match a particularproject is critical The informative technique has three stagesstarting from one-to-one clinical evaluation, then small groupevaluation and field trial All this phases are fundamental beforeproceeding to summative kind of evaluation Here the issue of timeand space proves basics Therefore, the time accorded in the actionplan schedule ought to be considerate enough for each stage to beimplemented fully A summative evaluation also should be highlyplanned for as it is the final judge The issue of relative analysishas to be eliminated and a reference standard has to be establishedto avoid biasness (Dick, Carey, &amp Carey, 2015)


Dick,W, Carey, L, &amp Carey, JO (2005) The systematic design ofinstruction (8th ed) Boston, MA: Pearson/Allyn and Bacon

Misanchuk,E R (1978) Uses and Abuses of Evaluation in Continuing EducationPrograms: On the Frequent Futility of Formative, Summative, andJustificative Evaluation AdultEducation Research Conference,April, San Antonio, Texas