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Zemlyanov E.V. Evaluation of effectiveness of training sessions by quantitative indicator

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.11.p185-189
Evaluation of effectiveness of training sessions by quantitative indicator
Evgeny Vyacheslavovich Zemlyanov, Moscow Pedagogical State University

The possibility of evaluating the effectiveness of training sessions based on quantitative criteria is considered. In the aspect analysis of training sessions, it is proposed to distinguish "resource efficiency", "methodological efficiency" and communicative efficiency". The results of testing the quantitative indicator in the analysis of training sessions allow you to: objectively assess the effectiveness of training sessions; determine the most problematic areas in training sessions with their subsequent correction; to state a certain independence of "resource efficiency", "methodological efficiency" and "communicative efficiency" as criteria for evaluating the effectiveness of a training session; to determine the trend of developing professional skills of trainers.
Keywords: training session, aspect analysis of training session, quantitative evaluation of the effectiveness of training session.

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