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Designing summer youth program evaluations that work!

Summertime...and the evaluating is easy! In this session, participants will build skills to design evaluations in a summer learning program or camp setting. Using a camp evaluation planning template, participants will design a plan to either support evaluation capacity in a summer program with...

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Designing a "non-academic" systematic review to better design youth interventions globally (Poster 231 at AEA 2016)

Poster abstract: International development evaluators, researchers and donors are increasingly using systematic reviews to expand the evidence base to guide and improve the design of development interventions. However, procedures to conduct systematic reviews are highly standardized and governed...

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Eval14_Consenting (Not) to Participate

Evaluation 2014 Conference presentation (Youth-Led Evaluation TIG) on ethical issues in evaluation with young people. #Ethics #Youth #children #YouthFocusedEvaluation #2014Conference #HowTo #Instruments #informedconsent


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AEA 2014: 1024--Puzzles, problems and messes

Session: Puzzles, problems and messes: insights and reflections on generating evidence based principles from developmental and adaptive evaluation practice in innovative and complex settings Presentation: Listening to stories of struggle and hope: Generating evidenced-based guiding principles...

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Eval12 Session 634: Our Seven-Year Journey to Create and Maintain a Culture of Learning and Evaluation in a Multi-service Non-profit Organization

Shifting an organizational culture so that nonprofit staff actually uses evaluation results can be extremely challenging. The Latin American Youth Center (LAYC), a multi-service nonprofit in Washington, D.C., is an example of a nonprofit that has been working to achieve this culture change. ...