Participatory action evaluation (PAE) is a type of concept-driven participatory action research and is intended to provoke thought and discussion among its participants, thus building community capacity, as well as generating a wealth of information useful to researchers and decision-makers alike
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The method is exemplified with the Youth Action Research for Prevention (YARP) project, a risk prevention youth development program for low-income inner city youth (average age 15.3 years) in Hartford, Connecticut
Participatory action evaluation (PAE) applies participatory action research techniques and empowerment evaluation in the pursuit of evaluative data and capacity building
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...
Presentation provides overview of the session, the process for 'Thinking Evaluatively' and the steps involved. The problem of childhood obestiy is used to demonstrate use of the tools, including stakeholder analysis and action oriented strategy mapping. #Non-ProfitsandFoundationsEvaluation ...
2012 10 25 AEA Thinking to Acting Evaluatively Presentation to Post on AEA.pdf