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Meaningful Evaluation in the Context of Schools

Three presentations as they were presented at AEA 2015 for the session, "Meaningful Evaluation in the Context of Schools" on Fri, Nov 13, 2015 (03:30 PM - 04:15 PM). 1. Holistically Evaluating Teacher Professional Development 2. Rapid Cycles of Evaluation for School Improvement 3

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The evolution of a new theory? Complementary Evaluation

This paper will unpack how the evolving complementary evaluation approach used in New Zealand is responsive, builds the early childhood service's capability, and is proportional to the service's internal evaluation. It also explores how evaluation is used to promote equitable outcomes for Māori, New Zealand's indigenous population


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Eval12 Session 642: Evaluation of the TPSID Effort Nationally

Evaluating what works and does not work is a key component of each grant; in addition, a National Coordinating Center has been tasked with both providing technical assistance to individual TPSID grantees and completing a national evaluation of the program

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Eval12 Session 648: Evaluating Experiential Learning in Higher Education

Abstract: This roundtable will be hosted by evaluation team members of the Undergraduate Experiential Learning Project (UELP), funded by the Department of Education Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (FIPSE), on “Linking Theory to Practice.”

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Eval12 Session 317: Leveraging Evaluability Assessment in Higher Education Settings as a Diagnostic Tool to Improve Learning Interventions and Make Evaluation Studies More Useable

This session demonstrates how a diagnostic tool, known as evaluability assessment (EA), can be leveraged to capture the conceptualization and logical structure (aka: program theory) embedded within academic programs. Participants will learn about EA and observe how it generates practical graphic models of how a learning intervention works; guides question formation for formative or summative purposes; and, informs the design of useable evaluation(s) that capture varying levels of impact

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