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

The presentation discusses the evaluation approaches used to investigate what students are learning, the differences in curriculum for out-of-school versus in-school programs, and issues of sustainability of the work

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Engaging Youth in Process and Outcomes Evaluations of an Out-of-School-Time Program

In this presentation the means utilized and the results obtained from engaging youth in process and outcomes evaluations of an out-of-school-time program will be presented. In the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, an out-of-school-time, collaborative program, known as "Houston's Kids" (or HK), was developed and implemented with the intention of addressing the needs of displaced and other at-risk youth in a single community

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Eval11 Session 419: An Evaluation of the Dynamical Effects of an Out-of-School-Time Program

This paper/poster will present the results of an evaluation of the dynamical effects of an out-of-school-time program. In the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, an out-of-school-time program, known as 'Houston's Kids' or HK, was developed and implemented with the intention of addressing the needs of displaced and other at-risk children and youth in a single community

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Focus Search - Tables Handout An Evaluation of the Dynamical Effects of an Out-of-School-Time Program “Digging Deeper” (Slide 6) Points 1 and 2: Program impacts were not constant over the life of the program but can be improved through process evaluation and program management





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Increasing Participant Investment in the Evaluation Process Through Concept Maps

AEA 09 Conference, Session TItle: Embedded Evaluation in Out of School Programs #2009Conference #Evaluation2009

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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

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Measuring Students' STEM Interest and Learning through Data Triangulation

In this paper, we describe how multiple methods were used in an evaluation of TechREACH, an out-of-school-time STEM program serving low-income and underrepresented middle school students in Washington State

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Focus Search - In this paper, we describe how  multiple methods were used in an evaluation of TechREACH, an out‐of‐school‐time STEM program  serving low‐income and underrepresented middle school students in Washington State.