Measures of Learning

​​​How do we know if someone has learned something and how do we know if what they have learned is what we intended them to? ​These are two of the guiding questions for CRADLE's research into measures of learning. These measures go beyond assignments, essays, and test questions and look at ways people's behaviour show what they know and what they have learned. It looks at communication patterns, learner profiles, and humanistic definitions of learning that broaden the scope of what can be measured, analysed, and ultimately learned.