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Eval12 Session 344: From Thinking Evaluatively to Acting Evaluatively

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

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Eval11 Session 831: Using Stakeholder Values to Determine Evaluation Questions in Health Evaluation - LaChausse

Evaluators have long been encouraged to take into account what stakeholders believe to be important when determining evaluation questions and standards. Many approaches to program evaluation emphasize the importance of consulting stakeholders but fail to articulate how one should incorporate the...

Stakeholder Values_LaChausse_AEA 2011.pdf

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Eval11 Session 470: The Measurement of Issues Affecting the African-American Population - Uncovering the Value

Evaluation generally evolves out of a context, be it professional or personal experience, practice, or a discipline. Despite the historical claims that evaluation is objective, we see that the process of HIV Prevention Education evaluation is frequently informed by a narrow set of values. This...


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Eval10 Session 519: Developing a shared understanding of evaluation quality: The case of a school-based sexual abuse prevention program

A community organization delivering a sexual abuse prevention program to at-risk students in a large, urban school district worked collaboratively with an external evaluator to build evaluation capacity and develop student outcome measures. A shared understanding of the goals and challenges...

No Secrets Program Evaluation.pdf

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Conducting and Using Success Stories for Capacity Building from SI10: CDC Success Stories Workbook and Session Handouts

Session Description: In order to build program capacity, a programs “success” must be told at many levels. In addition, impacts of prevention programs may not be able to be demonstrated for several years therefore communicating success during the various life stages of a program is important...

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