Rule 20:75:04:19 Evaluating learning activity quality.
20:75:04:19. Evaluating learning activity quality. Continuing professional education program
sponsors must have an effective means for evaluating learning activity quality
as to content and presentation. A
program sponsor must provide a mechanism for a CPA or PA participating in a
program to evaluate whether learning objectives and learning outcomes were
met. Evaluation should be solicited from
each participant either in writing or electronically to determine the
(1) Stated learning objectives
requirements were appropriate, if applicable;
(3) Program materials were
accurate, relevant, and contributed to the achievement of the learning
(4) Time allotted to the
learning activity was appropriate;
(5) Individual instructors
were effective, if applicable;
(6) Facilities and
technological equipment were appropriate;
(7) Handout or advance
preparation materials were satisfactory; and
(8) Audio and video
materials were effective.
Program sponsors must periodically
review evaluation results to assess program effectiveness and inform developers
and instructors of evaluation results.
Program sponsors must ensure
instructional methods used are appropriate for the learning activities. Learning activities must be presented in a
manner consistent with the descriptive and technical materials provided.
Informal organizations sponsoring continuing professional education courses may
abdicate retention of required documentation to the participating CPA or PA.
31 SDR 97, adopted December 17, 2004, effective July 1, 2005.
Authority: SDCL 36-20B-12(3).
Implemented: SDCL 36-20B-27.
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