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A New Model for Engaging Under-Represented High School Students in STEM Using Popular Media and Technology: Lessons from the PAC-Involved Evaluation

Poster for AEA2015To engage “Internet Generation” (born post-2000) students in STEM, we need new pedagogical models. For the PAC (Physics, Astronomy, and Cosmology)-Involved pilot project, we developed and tested an innovative learning model to engage under-represented high school students in...

poster new model.pdf


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Newsletter to share PAC-Involved evaluation findings with students

A newsletter by Meaningful Evidence, LLC to share findings of the Howard University PAC-Involved project evaluation with student participants. AEA 2015 conference. #STEMEducationandTraining #EvaluationUse #STEM #studentengagement #evaluationreporting

ME newsletter Final Edits Nov 7.pdf


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Handout: The PAC-Involved Evaluation

One-page handout about Meaningful Evidence's evaluation of the Howard University PAC-Involved project, a STEM Education Topical Interest Group Exemplar Evaluation for the American Evaluation Association 2015 Conference (Chicago, November 2015). #SystemsinEvaluation #ProgramDesign ...

PAC-Involved Evaluation handout AEA2015.pdf


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Developing Evaluator Competencies in the "Real World": A Student's Perspective

The University of Minnesota's Evaluation Studies program has always stressed the importance of gaining real-world evaluation experience. At the Minnesota Evaluation Studies Institute (MESI), students are not only given the mandate of internships/field experiences, but the assistance, support,...

AEA 2013 MESI Murphy Presentation.pdf