A Model to Assess Efficiency in e-Training for Significant Learning (e-TSL)
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This article presents an evaluation model to assess the efficiency of e-Training for Significant Learning (e-TSL). The model is useful for assessing student learning in virtual spaces. The process of model building is based on the Dembo learning teaching model, the systemic approach to evaluate virtual learning from Dr. Khan, and a cybernetic model to evaluate virtual learning environments. This model was built considering the theories of Computer Science and Education Science and its structure is composed of 6 dimensions, 32 characteristics, 84 variables and 153 indicators. The validation of the model was done internationally with participants from Europe, America, Australia, Asia and Africa achieving a total of 1,207 responses, for which the multilingual system (English-Spanish) SIDEC was built. Taking into account the collected responses and with a confidence level of 90%, the components of the e-TSL model were accepted.