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Hot Tips for Rubric Design

The more simply a rubric captures complex ideas, the more deep thinking and careful design lies underneath...With awesome rubric design and dataviz, we can achieve breathtaking clarity without boiling rich outcomes down to something overly simplistic

2016-10 AEA Hot Tips for Rubric Design.pdf




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Pivot to Peace: A Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Collaborative Evaluation Design

Evaluation design and metrics of success were determined using stakeholder involvement approaches; outcome indicators are assessed by triangulating primary and secondary quantitative and qualitative data sources either identified, or created by the collaborative members and evaluators. A quasi-experimental evaluation design is used to compare intervention group outcomes to comparison group outcomes; the comparison group is comprised of residents from a Louisville neighborhood containing comparable levels of crime, and other stress-inducing conditions

Trinidad Jackson 2016 AEA poster.pdf


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External Consultants Roles in US Federal Government Evaluation Design and Capacity Building

The presentation addressed four specific areas: facilitating education of federal staff (internal evaluators and program staff) through education and training; addressing resource issues by expanding federal capacity to design and conduct evaluations; help ensure continuous use of evaluation methods and results; and developing increased evaluation capacity by expanding skill sets and methodologies available to support federal evaluation and accountability

2016 Bernstein Hamilton Evaluation Contracting Final.pptx



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From Problem to Prototype: Applying Design Thinking to Organizational Learning (Evaluation 2015, Session 1414)

Session 1414, Evaluation 2015: Design Thinking for Exemplary Evaluation: Three Examples of Design for Evaluation and Organizational Learning While the other presenters in the panel will describe the application of design thinking to program evaluation, this presentation will focus on a distinct but related topic: the use of design thinking for organizational learning in a foundation setting. Design thinking is a process for developing solutions to abstract, ill-defined, and complex problems. In addition, design thinking’s user-centered, participatory, and iterative nature makes it a useful process for engaging stakeholders. As such, the California HealthCare Foundation turned to design thinking when it began to explore how staff could learn more effectively

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