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Relationships between Involvement and Use in the Context of Multi-site Evaluation

Presentation about research project examining involvement in, and use of, evaluation processes and outcomes in four multi-site National Science Foundation (NSF) programs #Evaluation2009 #ResearchonEvaluation #2009Conference #Cluster,Multi-SiteandMulti-LevelEval #EvaluationUse

AEA09_ResearchTIG_Involvement and Use_MSE.pptx



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Eval11 Poster 19: Using Social Network Analysis to Inform Community Capacity Building in a National Science Foundation Funded Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Project (NSF GSE/EXT 0832913)

The Appalachian Information Technology Extension Service (AITES) project's overarching goal is to increase girls' interest in jobs requiring information technology (IT) skills through the development of community capacity. Developing community capacity is accomplished by training Community...

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Focus Search - Using Social Network Analysis to Inform Community Capacity Building in a National Science Foundation Funded Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Project Donna-Jean P


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Coffee Break Demonstration - Leslie Goodyear on Using Many Eyes for Data Visualization

Leslie Goodyear is a Program Officer with the National Science Foundation on loan from the Education Development Center in Newton, MA

aea10.coffee.goodyear.handout.doc


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Evaluation of an Initiative Designed to Encourage Young Women to Seek Engineering Careers: The Engineer Your Life Initiative

(AEA 2010 Poster Presentation 137) This paper describes the three-year evaluation of an effort funded by the National Science Foundation to: 1) increase college-bound females’ understanding of engineering, 2) inspire young women to explore engineering as a career and 3) help counselors and engineers encourage young women to investigate engineering opportunities

Evaluation of Engineer Your Life_Paulsen.pdf


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Changing Horses Mid-Stream: Lessons Learned from Evaluator Transitions

Based on our experiences as incoming and outgoing evaluators of two multi-year, out-of-school time programs funded by the National Science Foundation, we considered issues that are associated with evaluation transitions for the evaluators, program staff, and other stakeholders, and strategies that can facilitate a smooth transition for all stakeholders

Changing evaluator poster.pdf


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Eval11 Session 844: Maximizing the Impact of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math through Data-Driven Decisin Making

MISO (Maximizing the Impact of STEM Outreach through Data-driven Decision-Making) is a campus-wide project funded by the National Science Foundation, housed at North Carolina State University, a land-grant university

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Using Evaluation to Encourge Sustainability of Out-of-School Programs

The three-year Learning through Engineering Design and Practice program (funded by the National Science Foundation) offers seventh and eighth grade students non-formal education experiences

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Eval12 Session 224: Evaluating College Access Programs in Engineering

"The Evolution of Responsive Education Program Evaluation at the National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center for Biorenewable Chemicals" 26th Annual Conference of the American Evaluation Association Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA Session Abstract: The Iowa State University Research Institute for Studies in Education (RISE) has managed the evaluation of the NSF Engineering Research Center for Biorenewable Chemicals (CBiRC) pre-college education programs for the center’s four project years

AEA 2012-10.23.12.pdf


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Eval12 Session 748: Examining School Leader Professional Development:What Makes for Change?

Lenses on Learning (LOL) is a research-based strategy funded by the National Science Foundation and developed by the Educational Development Center

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Focus Search - ©CEAC  2009     2     PROJECT  SUMMARY       Lenses  on  Learning  (LOL)  is  a  research-­‐based  professional  development  opportunity  funded  by  the   National  Science  Foundation  and  developed  by  the  Educational  Development  Center.