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CPE Week: Wayne Miller on Radargrams and Empowerment Evaluation

I’m Wayne Miller, senior lecturer in the School of Education at Avondale College of Higher Education at Lake Macquarie, New South Wales, where I have worked in teacher education for 25 years. In 2005 I stumbled on empowerment evaluation when reading the ‘vision for the new millennium’ Claremont papers (Donaldson & Scriven, 2003). I then …

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Wayne Miller on Trustworthy Relationships

My name is Wayne Miller and I am a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Education at Avondale College, Lake Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia.  In December I received my doctorate from the University of Wollongong following acceptance of my thesis titled Practical methods to evaluate school breakfast programs – A case study.   The study …

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Labor Day Week: Evaluation as a Labor of Love by Martha A. Brown

Hello! I’m Martha A. Brown President of  RJAE Consulting. Lately, an endless stream of conference speakers, blog writers, Indigenous evaluators, and authors have confronted and challenged my “programming” as an evaluator. Traditional evaluation methods place tremendous emphasis on research methods and evaluation theory – but not necessarily on the people we work with and for. …

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NA TIG Week: Ingrid Guerra-Lopez on Design-Oriented Needs Assessment: Transitioning from Problem Definition to Solution Design

I’m Ingrid Guerra-Lopez, Professor at Wayne State University and CEO of the Institute for Needs Assessment & Evaluation, and I want to help you through the transition from problem identification to solution design. Needs assessment give us an excellent process to identify the critical gaps in results (what), analyze contributing root causes or factors (why), …

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GSNE Week: Sophia Guevara on Partnership for Good

My name is Sophia Guevara and I am a recent graduate of Wayne State University. I am writing about my experience identifying and collaborating with other evaluation leaders and professionals to motivate them to take action around an important issue. For the Chicago conference, I worked with the leadership of several Topical Interest Groups to …

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SNA TIG Week: Sophia Guevara on Being a Social Network Analysis Beginner

My name is Sophia Guevara, and I am the Program Co-Chair for the Social Network Analysis (SNA) TIG. I am currently pursuing my MPA degree at Wayne State University. Like many graduate students, I spend much of my time studying traditional evaluation techniques for identifying and measuring the success of programs. I first learned about …

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Evaluation 2011 Delegates on Conference Handouts and Materials in the AEA Public eLibrary

Did you know that there are over 150 new items in the AEA Public eLibrary from the Evaluation 2011 conference held earlier this month in Anaheim with more being added daily? And, did you know that they are all available to the public for free download? Here are just a few of the recent additions …

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