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Eval12 Session 339: Reconstruction of Program Logic Models as an Essential Component of Program Evaluation

In the real world logic of programs under evaluation is not always clear and consistent. According to my experience, three most common flaws in program logic are: (1) use of indicators instead of goals and objectives (the goals are “too SMART”), (2) lack of program/project goals, and (3) lack of...

Reconstruction of Program Logic Kuzmin for upload.pptx

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Eval11 Session 472: Evaluator Skill Acquisition - Linking Educational Experiences to Competencies

This presentation from the 2011 AEA conference presents the results of a survey administered to AEA's Graduate Student and New Evaluators Topical Interest Group. Respondents were asked about their training experiences, their confidence in certain skills and knowledge, and the components of their...

Dillman, AEA, Evaluator Skill Acquisition.pdf

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Eval10 Session 852: In Search of Evaluator Competency Inventories

From multipaper session 852: Research on Evaluator Competencies. Abstract: Using Stevahn, King, Ghere, & Minnema’s (2005) Essential Competencies for Program Evaluators, a content analysis of articles/chapters for three theoretical evaluation approaches was conducted. The goal of the study is to...

In Search of Evaluator Competencies.pptx