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Eval10 Session 738: Using Rubrics Methodology in Impact Evaluations of Complex Social Programs: The Case of the Maria Cecilia Souto Vidigal Foundation’s Early Childhood Development Program

Multipaper Session 738: Impact Evaluation and Beyond: Methodological and Cultural Considerations in Measuring What Works ABSTRACT: Rubrics are important tools to describe evaluatively how well an evaluand is doing in terms of performance or quality related to specific dimensions, components and/or indicators

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Eval10 Session 800: A radically different approach to evaluator competencies

By requiring evaluators to understand and be able to apply evaluation specific methodologies including being able to apply cultural and other values into the very definition of valuable outcomes and other aspects of programming 2. By requiring evaluation processes and methodologies to be culturally appropriate for the context in which evaluation happens

101123 Competencies workshop AEA 2010 vxx final.pptx

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Using Citation Analysis to Study Evaluation Influence: Strengths and Limitations of the Methodology

Slides from Multipaper Session 270, Thursday, November 12, 2009. This presentation explores the strengths and limitations of using citation analysis to assess the influence of program evaluations and evaluators. The presentation provides and overview of how to conduct citation analysis and...

Using Citation Analysis to Study Evaluation Influence AEA Presentation.ppt

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Eval11 Session 958: Process Evaluation Methodologies for Estimating the Chances of Program Failure

In this paper/presentation we seek to increase the likelihood of successfully implementing programs by proposing simple, cost-effective process evaluation methodologies for estimating the chances of program failure. The process evaluation methodologies we propose, methodologies that include 'voice of the crowd' and 'future search,' have been adopted widely in decision making situations ranging from strategic planning to the mutual learning and acquisition of values


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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