MHR 6551, Training and Development Assessment IV

Question 1

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____________ learners like to learn facts, and solve problems using well tested methods.

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Intuitive

Sensing

Visual

Verbal

4 points   

Question 2

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Training objectives provide value to

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the trainee.

the training designer.

the trainer and the training evaluator.

both A & C.

all of the above.

4 points   

Question 3

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If after training the trainee is performing at a level lower than before this means that

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there is zero transfer.

there is negative transfer.

there are obstacles in the system preventing transfer

there are negative outcomes associated with the trained behavior.

4 points   

Question 4

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” . read an altimeter with an error of no more than 5 feet” is an example of what part of a learning objective?

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Desired outcome

Condition

Standard

Requirement

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Question 5

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Which macro theory of training design is outlined in the text?

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Elaboration theory

Systems theory

Gagne Briggs theory of training design

Social learning theory

Both A & B

4 points   

Question 6

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When examining transfer of training, how many possibilities are there beyond “positive transfer?”

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One

Two

Three

Four

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Question 7

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Elaboration theory is relevant for

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simple tasks.

complex tasks.

both simple and complex tasks.

attitudinal training.

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Question 8

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In the guide provided in the text for estimating the time required to prepare training, the three main types of questions relate to

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who, what, where.

who, when, what.

who, what, how.

where, when, how.

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Question 9

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In the Elaboration theory, the process of identifying progressively more complex versions of the task is known as

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epitomizing.

elaborating.

extrapolating.

cognitive extrapolation.

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Question 10

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Without _____, it is very difficult to evaluate training.

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personnel objectives

performance appraisals

organizational outcomes

learning objectives

 

·         Question 11

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What is a “sit in” and what are the conditions necessary for it to be effective?

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·         Question 12

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If you could attend a training program designed around one of the learning style preferences in the Felder-Silverman model, which learning style preference would you choose? Explain you answer.

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