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A Two-Phase, Mixed Methods Approach to Evaluating and Improving an Innovative Program Model

Ignite presentation slides Bernadette Wright, Ladel Lewis, Steven E. Wallis, and Izolda Fotiyeva. A Two-Phase, Mixed Methods Approach to Evaluating and Improving an Innovative Program Model: The PAC-Involved Evaluation. Ignite Presentation, STEM Education and Training track. Evaluation 2015 ...

A Two-Phase, Mixed Methods Approach to Evaluating.pdf

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The PAC-Involved Evaluation (Ignite presentation, AEA 2015)

See our Ignite presentation on our evaluation of the PAC-Involved project. Recognized as an Exemplary Evaluation at the 2015 American Evaluation Association conference. #2015Conference #Ignite #STEMEducationandTraining

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A Cross-National Participatory Evaluation to Improve University Teaching and Learning

Poster presentation at AEA 2015. An ongoing evaluation of a teaching and learning intervention at a Chilean school of veterinary medicine. #2015Conference #AssessmentinHigherEducation #STEMEducationandTraining


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Eval 2015, Ann Martin, Session GE3: Innovation in Evaluation Methods for Gov't Eval, Presentation 2/3: Practical Tips for When and How to Use Social Network Analysis

Presentation and list of resources from a session on the use of social network analysis in government evaluations, with practical tips for how to get started and examples of the kinds of evaluation questions that can be approached through this lens. #STEMEducationandTraining ...

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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