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Evaluating English Language Reading, and Writing Programs and Standards

Effectiveness of the English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) program in improving ESOL students’ English acquisition and academic achievement across three years using multiple measures #Communications #EnglishforSpeakersofOtherLanguages #OutcomeevaluationofESOLinstructionalprogram

Outcome evaluation of secondary ESOL program for 2013 AEA.ppt

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Tools for Theory of Change Analysis of Environmental Programs

Theory of Change Analysis (ToC analysis) is a key instrument for verification of a project logic and assessment of project results. It is a crucial element of evaluation required by multilateral agencies and international organizations, for instance, UNEP, UNDP, and WWF The trainers use a Miradi Conservation Planning software ( to teach the skill of making a ToC analysis by explaining such tools as a Conceptual Model, Results Chains, and Process Tracing. The participants will learn how to build a Conceptual Model in Miradi by matching together conservation targets, threats and opportunities; and to construct a Results Chain of activities, outputs, outcomes, and impact. The experts share the tips for ToC analysis in international development using UNEP, WWF, Oxfam and other evaluations. The audience is given examples of confusing and effective Conceptual Models and Results Chains

AIMS presentation_AEA 2016_final.pptx

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Outcome Mapping and Outcome Harvesting for Developmental Evaluation

The strengths (and limitations) of both instruments to help an evaluator provide evaluative thinking to support innovation when there is no tried and tested solution for a problem

OM and OH for DE PRINT, AEA 18 Oct 2013, pptx.pdf

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Outcome Mapping for Planning Evaluations in American K-12 Urban Education: Potent Possibilities

Grounded in people-centered, complexity-aware understandings of planning, monitoring and evaluation, Outcome Mapping processes can be leveraged by K-12 teachers, evaluators, and teacher educators to provide information beyond external evaluation initiatives with the aim of building organizational capacity and increasing teacher agency. The panelist will share experiences and reflect on the possibilities of using Outcome Mapping enriched internal evaluation practices in Los Angeles, California middle school environments that serve low-income, gifted, and English language learner students. In particular, the panelist will focus on experiences of integrating Outcome Mapping learning activities so that the collaborative and participatory foundations of the discipline of education are maintained while compliance with curriculum or accreditation evaluation standards is achieved


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Outcome Harvesting

A tool for identifying and understanding results in complex circumstances #Complexity #MonitoringandEvaluation #OutcomeHarvesting

AEA 2013 Outcome Harvesting PRINT.pptx