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Validated Student, Teacher, and Principal Survey Instruments for STEM Education Programs

This paper discusses three survey instruments that can be used to measure outcomes of STEM education programs, including: student attitudes toward STEM and interest in STEM careers; teacher efficacy and beliefs for teaching STEM and use of STEM instructional practices; and principal leadership...


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Extracting Value From Post-course Evaluations Using Advanced Statistical Techniques

This PowerPoint deck describes various ways training evaluation data can be mined to extract value for L&D departments. #2009Conference #BusinessLeadershipandPerformance #Evaluation2009

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Eval11 Session 910: The Development and Validation of Rubrics for Measuring Evaluation Plan, Logic Model, and Pathway Model Quality

AEA 2011 presentation on the development of rubrics using a systems perspective to encourage high-quality evaluation through identifying high quality evaluation plans. Initially developed as a feedback tool during ECB, the rubrics have undergone revisions and inter-rater reliability testing. ...


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Eval11 Session 767: Using Q Methodology to Reveal Values and Opinions of Evaluation Participants

In this paper we introduce Q methodology as an alternative to survey-based research methods. Whereas the typical outcome of a survey-based study is a descriptive statistical analysis of pre-specified independent categories deemed relevant by the researcher(s), the outcome of a Q study is a more...


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Eval12 Session 663: Framework for Evaluating Individual Learning Outcomes of Citizen Science

Developed by the DEVISE (Developing, Validating, and Implementing Situated Evaluations) team as part of a 3-yearNSF grant to build evaluation capacity in citizen science programs. Presentation Abstract: Projects that engage the public in scientific research, (often referred to as “citizen...