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Eval14: What are the characteristics of criteria? Investigating the requirements for defensible evaluation (AEA 2014 Session 10016)

This handout relates to my presentation at AEA 2014. It includes a set of draft ‘criteria for developing criteria’, with particular reference to public sector evaluations. The criteria derive from analysis of a survey completed as the first stage of a broader research project aimed at...

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Eval11 Session 831: Using Stakeholder Values to Determine Evaluation Questions in Health Evaluation - LaChausse

Evaluators have long been encouraged to take into account what stakeholders believe to be important when determining evaluation questions and standards. Many approaches to program evaluation emphasize the importance of consulting stakeholders but fail to articulate how one should incorporate the...

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Eval13: Panel Session 444 - Evaluation Rubrics: What, Why, and How

Presentation at AEA 2013 conference as part of the panel titled: "Evaluation rubrics: What, why, and how" with Jane Davidson, Monica Pinto and Michael Scriven. The panel was designed to help participants understand what evaluation rubrics methodology is, why it is so important, and some tips for...

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Developing and Using Evaluation Checklists to Improve Evaluation Practice

Overview of developing and validating evaluation checklists presented by Wes Martz, Nadini Persaud, and Daniela Schroeter. Session 423 GS&NE business meeting presentation. #GraduateStudentandNewEvaluators #EvaluationUse #validatingchecklists #checklists #Evaluation2009 ...

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Focus Search - iii  SEC Flow Chart ........................................................................................................... iv  SEC Quick Guide .......................................................................................................... v  Part A – General considerations in evaluation .............................................................. 1  Section 1: Grounding the EVALUATION ............................................................... 1  Section 2: About the EVALUAND .......................................................................... 5  Section 3: General procedures for evaluation ........................................................... 8  Part B – Criteria of sustainability for sustainability.................................................... 12  Section 4: Criteria of significance (importance) ..................................................... 12  Section 5: Criteria of merit (quality) ....................................................................... 14  Section 6: Criteria of worth (value) ........................................................................ 18  Glossary of Checklist Terms ....................................................................................... 20  References ................................................................................................................... 26    i  Introduction  * Indicates terms explained in the glossary  Purpose: Why use the SEC?  


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Empowerment Evaluation in Context: Tools for Determining Impact of State Capacity Building for Increasing Outcomes of Students With Disabilities

Handouts from the session. Abstract: This session will present the National Secondary Transition Technical Assistance Center's (NSTTAC) Evaluation Toolkit. We begin with an overview of NSTTAC's capacity-building model and how data-based decision-making is used to improve outcomes of students...

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Focus Search - Although checklists may be just check the box (see Figure 4), Scriven (2007) notes that a criteria of merit checklist (COMIist) is the most powerful form of checklist