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It's All in How You Ask: The Nuances of Survey Question Design

2014 Conference #Eval14 Slides from Session #685 from Evaluation 2014 with Kim Firth Leonard and Sheila B. Robinson. #surveydesign #2014Conference #QuantitativeMethods-TheoryandDesign

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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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Eval14: Presentation: Evaluating the Impact of Principal Coaching: Developing an Approach to Measuring Leadership Behavior

The NYC Leadership Academy provides coaching to principals throughout the New York City Department of Education. This presentation describes an effort to evaluate the impact of this coaching through the development and use of an online survey of principals' leadership behaviors from both the...


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Developing an Inclusive Multi-Mode Survey Design for Respondents with Disabilities

This PowerPoint was presented at the Evaluation 2013 conference on Saturday, October 19 at 9:50am. Although a deep body of literature exists on the design of web and phone surveys of the general population, few studies have examined the design of multi-mode surveys with individuals with...

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Pencil Versus Keyboard: An Assessment of Alternative Methods for Evaluating Social Services Outcomes

For a number of years, the United Way of Greater Houston (UWGH) has facilitated affinity groups of agencies in the same services field to evaluate common outcomes. Among these affinity groups have been those providing services to victims of domestic and sexual violence (six agencies with about...

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