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Handout: The PAC-Involved Evaluation

One-page handout about Meaningful Evidence's evaluation of the Howard University PAC-Involved project, a STEM Education Topical Interest Group Exemplar Evaluation for the American Evaluation Association 2015 Conference (Chicago, November 2015). #SystemsinEvaluation #ProgramDesign ...

PAC-Involved Evaluation handout AEA2015.pdf

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Newsletter to share PAC-Involved evaluation findings with students

A newsletter by Meaningful Evidence, LLC to share findings of the Howard University PAC-Involved project evaluation with student participants. AEA 2015 conference. #STEMEducationandTraining #EvaluationUse #STEM #studentengagement #evaluationreporting

ME newsletter Final Edits Nov 7.pdf

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A New Model for Engaging Under-Represented High School Students in STEM Using Popular Media and Technology: Lessons from the PAC-Involved Evaluation

Poster for AEA2015 To engage “Internet Generation” (born post-2000) students in STEM, we need new pedagogical models. For the PAC (Physics, Astronomy, and Cosmology)-Involved pilot project, we developed and tested an innovative learning model to engage under-represented high school students in...

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Theory Visualization: Integrating Findings from the PAC-Involved Evaluation into a Strategic Knowledge Map

Poster for AEA 2015 Authors: Izolda Fotiyeva, Bernadette Wright, Ladel Lewis, & Steven E. Wallis Our aim is to demonstrate a new conceptual systems science method to assess and compare program models/theories. Previous studies have applied Integrative Propositional Analysis to assess theories...

poster theory visualization.pdf

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Validated Student, Teacher, and Principal Survey Instruments for STEM Education Programs

This paper discusses three survey instruments that can be used to measure outcomes of STEM education programs, including: student attitudes toward STEM and interest in STEM careers; teacher efficacy and beliefs for teaching STEM and use of STEM instructional practices; and principal leadership...


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NSF Investment in Advancing Evaluation

This poster presented at AEA 2014 displays the results of an exploratory study, in which we examined the grant awards made by the National Science Foundation’s Directorate for Education and Human Resources that were intended to advance evaluation knowledge and practice among STEM educators and...


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Eval12 Session 963: Developing Internationally Engaged Scientists and Engineers: A Multi-faceted Evaluation to Inform Programmatic Decisions

This paper summarizes key points from Abt Associates' evaluation of the National Science Foundation's (NSF) International Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Program (IRFP). The program supports early career U.S. scientists and engineers to spend 9 to 24 months pursuing a postdoctoral fellowship...

AEA Govt NSF International Fellowships_uploaded.pdf

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Eval12 Session 502: So You Want to Be a Systems Thinker?

PPT presentation and accompanying material for Panel Session 502: So you Want to Be a Systems Thinker? Introducing Systems Thinking into Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Learning Evaluations: Challenges and Successes Associated with Introducing Systems Concepts to an...

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Eval12 Session 748: Examining School Leader Professional Development:What Makes for Change?

Examining School Leader Professional Development:What Makes for Change? Presenter(s): Cynthia Tananis, University of Pittsburgh, Ellen Botkin, University of Pittsburgh, Abstract: Lenses on Learning (LOL) and Eyes on Science (EOS) are professional development...

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