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Using Innovative Technologies to Evaluate the "Life on Earth" Museum Exhibit

Powerpoint presentation from Eval2013 Session 595: 21st Century Technologies in Evaluation #museumevaluation #IntegratingTechnologyintoEvaluation #2013Conference #STEMEducationandTraining #QuantitativeMethods-TheoryandDesign #SocialNetworkAnalysis

Hammerman LOE AEA 2013.pptx

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Eval16 - Are We There Yet? Applying Rapid Cycle Learning Methods to Evaluation within a Foundation’s Program Design

In this panel presentation we discussed: 1) How RWJF shifted its evaluation focus from accountability to learning and prioritized rapid cycle learning (RCL); 2) How the evaluation team worked with RWJF to plan for and integrate RCL tools; and 3) How integrating RCL within the design phase positioned RWJF for learning during program implementation

AEA 2016_RCL panel slides 11.20.2016_FINAL.pdf

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Barking up a Better Tree panel: Wed, Oct 26, 2016 (04:30 PM - 06:00 PM) : M104

The session reviews both how we need to fill a gap in the project cycle (currently missing post-project evaluation of sustainability) but also how sustainability can be designed in, monitored and evaluated throughout the cycle

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Changing Horses Mid-Stream: Lessons Learned from Evaluator Transitions

Poster 11: Changing Horses Mid-Stream: Lessons Learned from Evaluator Transitions During Two ITEST (Innovative Technology Experiences for Students & Teachers) STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Projects It is not uncommon for programs to change evaluators partway through a grant cycle by necessity or choice

Changing evaluator poster.pdf

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Eval12 Session 266: An Example of Court-ordered Education Evaluation to Test Constitutionality and Drive Policy: The Relationships, Relevance, and Responsibilities in the Meaningful Exposure Project

The purpose of the Meaningful Exposure project was to conduct an overall inventory of students’ exposure to curriculum content represented by nine non-tested Alaska Content Standard Areas: Geography, Government and Citizenship, History, Skills for a Healthy Life, Arts, World Languages, Technology, Employability, and Library/Information Literacy

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Focus Search - The study focused on nine Alaska Content Standards areas: Geography, Government and Citizenship, History, Skills for a Healthy Life, Arts, Technology, Employability, Library/Information Literacy, and World Languages

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Eval12 Session 378: Infusing Evaluative Thinking to Build Capacity to Use Evaluation in a Complex Learning Ecology

Examples of focused efforts made as a complex learning ecology involving students, schools and boards would be explored including the Board Improvement Plan for Student Achievement - the board’s annual process of collaborative inquiry-action and reflection cycle (Militello, Rallis and Goldring, 2009)

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Focus Search - Engaging in the cycle is more about changing norms, habits, skills, and beliefs than about changing formal structures