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GCSC and Evaluative Thinking

The presenters are sharing their experiences about how evaluative thinking became a way of life for the Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative (GCSC)

ICE_AEA2013_GCSC & Evaluative Thinking2.pdf

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Eval12 Session 276: Promoting Evaluative Thinking, the Missing Ingredient in Evaluation Capacity Building

But when you promote evaluative thinking, she sees her work and the world in a whole new light. This reworking of the common saying about fish and fishing is intended to suggest the transformative nature of evaluative thinking (ET), an essential element of evaluation capacity building that is too often absent

Buckley & Archibald_Teaching and Promoting ET_AEA 2012.pdf

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Eval11 Session 218: Evaluative Thinking: What is it? Why does it matter? How can we measure it?

Evaluative thinking is also mentioned in the ECB literature as an important attribute, yet such references are often fleeting. In this paper, we first present our rationale for highlighting evaluative thinking as an important component of ECB practice and as an object of inquiry within research on evaluation. Second, we draw on cognitive and education research to help develop and clarify the construct of “evaluative thinking.”

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Outcome Mapping and Outcome Harvesting for Developmental Evaluation

The strengths (and limitations) of both instruments to help an evaluator provide evaluative thinking to support innovation when there is no tried and tested solution for a problem

OM and OH for DE PRINT, AEA 18 Oct 2013, pptx.pdf

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Using Vignettes to Improve Staff Knowledge about Program Quality

Implications of using vignettes to promote evaluative thinking in organizations and as a strategy to promote continuous quality improvement will be discussed

AEA17 - Wanzer & Berry (2017) Using vignettes to improve staff knowledge about program quality.pdf