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Eval11 Session 811: Evaluating the Effects of IPDET's Listserv as a Community of Practice: Issues and Findings

PowerPoint presentation given as part of session 811 at AEA 2011 in Anaheim. Session was titled: New Frontiers in International Development Evaluation: Key Challenges and Lessons Learned in Evaluating Online Communities of Practice

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Assessing the Governance and Management of Global and Regional Partnership Programs (GRPPs)

GRPPs also employ a diverse array of governance models associated with the history and culture of each program along a continuum from pure shareholder models (in which membership on the governing body is restricted to financial and other contributors) to more inclusive stakeholder models (in which membership also includes non-contributors). Therefore, this paper suggests that the performance of the governing bodies and management units in their functions should be measured against certain good governance principles such as legitimacy, efficiency, accountability, responsibility, transparency and fairness. The presentation will provide a framework, good practice guidelines, tools and examples for doing so, based on a survey of over 60 GRPP evaluations

Governance and Management of GRPPs.ppt



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Addressing the Challenges of Systems Change Evaluation: Tools for Assessment

Existing definitions and models of systems change are reviewed, and practical challenges of systems change evaluation will be discussed. Meta-evaluation information will be used to identify the kinds of changes that occur when systems change efforts have been successful.Finally, efforts to assess within the context of ongoing systems change evaluation projects are discussed, and the use of a new assessment tool is introduced. Information from the fields of developmental disabilities, education, and substance abuse will be used as examples #ResearchonEvaluation #Systems #2009Conference #SystemsinEvaluation #Evaluation2009 #TheoriesofEvaluation #Change #efforts #HowTo #evaluating

AEA systems change 11 08 09.doc


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AEA 2013 Presentation Slides - Evaluating the Use of Evidence-Based Principles across the Social Ecology

Panel Presentation Title: Evaluating the Use of Evidence-Based Principles across the Social Ecology October 17th 8:00 a.m. Columbia Ballroom Section 1 Session Abstract: The Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP) offers the Strengthening Families Protective Factors Framework, a set of evidence-based principles , to prevent child maltreatment. Currently over 35 states are active in the Strengthening Families National Network and more than 40 have statewide implementation of the principles at some level. Application of the framework varies widely across the social ecology, however, and operationalized definitions and measurement strategies continue to evolve. During this panel presentation, implications for single and multi-site evaluation of the implementation of evidence-based principles will be discussed

AEA Panel - Evidence Based Principles_10.10.2013_eLibrary.pptx


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Evaluating with Validity by Ernest R House: Chapters 4-6

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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. A longitudinal study of the CBiRC Research Experience for Teachers (RET) highlights the evolution of the overall evaluation design, where the essential feature of the approach is responsiveness to key issues or methodological problems developed throughout the maturation of this professional development program for high school teachers. The continual adaptation of the evaluation’s goals and data collection for the RET emphasizes the value of a highly integrated, yet flexible, evaluation framework, where the evaluation rigorously generates and seeks to answer basic research hypotheses about the program’s components. Research-based measures of programmatic success have stimulated continued innovation in the design features of both the evaluation and the education program

AEA 2012-10.23.12.pdf