Your chart is bad if you have to explain it. Pie charts work best to explain comparative parts of a whole, but they’re rarely used that way.
Many of us recognize our own needs for continuing professional development on this topic, and one section of the Alliance National Learning Competencies provides a framework to help us build greater confidence and expertise with respect to outcomes: Area 3.
When education providers begin by stating the end goals of the project-aligning instructional design and outcomes planning at every step of the process, they increase the likelihood of achieving desired results, regardless of the outcomes level targeted.
In our last article, we addressed how to analyze results from multiple choice questions asked both before and after a CEhp activity. Another common type of baseline/ post-activity question involves the use of a rating scale to assess changes in confidence, agreement or frequency of use.