Participant Learning (Level Two) S20

This information is collected immediately following the training.

Questions asked at Level 2 are targeting the actual content and skills covered in the training.

What did the individual actually learn? Here you are asking for concrete specifics about what they have learned.

Sample questions:

  • List three new strategies that you plan to implement in your classroom.
  • Provide three different examples of “open ended” questions.
  • Identify the four levels of evaluation.
  • Describe three new activities that you will use to increase active movement throughout the day.
  • Identify three new items of content that were new and interesting to you.


Methods for capturing information at Level 2 could include lists, descriptions, or comparisons.

Important: Level One (Participant Reaction) and Level Two (Participant Learning) evaluation data is captured at the end of the training session.