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ERIC Number: ED138791
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S(L)EA-Significant (Learning) Event Analysis.
Altshuler, Evan
S(L)EA--Significant (Learning) Event Analysis--is a self-reflection and evaluation instrument, which has as its primary components critical incident analysis, Q sort, and optional systems of interpreting the data. It is a systematic, flexible approach to access learning, intended to be useful to adult education researchers in examining adult learning patterns. S(L)EA's applications included (1) helping people learn by identifying and predicting their pace of accomplishment, response to instructional methods and approaches, learning sequence and focus; (2) helping learning facilitators to understand how their style and instructional biases correspond to the learners, also to more readily identify learning difficulties and provide accurate counsel; and (3) assisting practicum students, evaluators of programs, and project directors to keep track of a learning endeavor in a simple, systematic, and interesting-to-apply manner. This description of S(L)EA includes a discussion of its various components and guidelines for its use. A bibliography is included. (WL)
Evan Altshuler, Adult Education Department, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 252 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Canada M5S1V6 (complete background document, $4.00)
Publication Type: Tests/Questionnaires
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