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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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Eval12 Session 691: Learning More From Teacher Logs - An Example From the NASA Explorer Schools Evaluation

A primary goal for the evaluation of NES has been to better understand teachers’ use of these materials. At the time the external evaluation team from Abt Associates joined in 2010, there was limited knowledge about the frequency of product use, and teachers’ impressions of the project materials. The evaluation team has incorporated teacher logs into the evaluation design in order to collect data on teacher use


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Eval13: Panel Session 89 - Using a Program-Theory Model to Create a Curriculum Rubric, Assess Leadership and Inform a Theory of Change

This panel looks at how a program-theory model has been developed and used in an evaluation of an initiative designed to transform schools by assisting high schools in the development of 12th-grade capstone courses in math and science

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