A Situational Profile for Learning Environment Evaluation
Source TitleInforming education theroy, design and practice through learning environment evaluation
PublisherLEaRN, University of Melbourne
AffiliationArchitecture, Building and Planning
Document TypeConference Paper
CitationsOliver, G. (2016). A Situational Profile for Learning Environment Evaluation. Mitcheltree, H (Ed.) Cleveland, B (Ed.) Imms, W (Ed.) Informing education theroy, design and practice through learning environment evaluation, pp.121-133. LEaRN, University of Melbourne.
Access StatusOpen Access
ARC Grant codeARC/LP130100880
This chapter reports on research being undertaken to develop a model to facilitate the evaluation of innovative education practices in innovative learning environments. The research is based on the premise that better judgements about evaluation tools, techniques and methods will be made if people are able to tailor evaluative approaches to meet a variety of purposes and needs. The research is developing a process that allows users to develop a situational profile of significant issues appropriate to their particular innovative education project in an innovative learning environment. The profile can then be aligned with the evaluation needs and purposes matrix developed by the E21LE research project to help identify the most useful evaluation approach.
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