Measuring (any) learning LO13715
Sun, 25 May 1997 18:25:15 +0000

Replying to LO13702 --

>Maybe this method could work, but it would depend upon the perceived
>fairness and competence the mentor exhibits. There remains an element of
>subjectivity in this method. If you introduce such a system in an
>environment with little trust (many companies nowadays show
>characteristics of a political arena) that subjectivity could cause severe
>problems by enhancing the distrust, dont you think so?

If learning is aquired knowledge in action, what's this big problem with
measuring it?? You either can or cannot do something that you could or did
not do before.

Paul Foley
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