Elizabeth DiLuzio

ToE TIG Week: Effective Presentations by Dana Wanzer

Greetings from the land of the Anishinaabe people, referred to by colonizers as Menomonie, WI. My name is Dana Wanzer, PhD, and I teach evaluation in our MS in Applied Psychology program at University of Wisconsin-Stout. Today I’m sharing how I approach teaching effective presentation skills in my evaluation courses. Being a good presenter is …

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ToE TIG Week: The Collective Closet: A Qualitative Analysis Activity by JoAnna Hillman

I’m JoAnna Hillman, Director of the Center for Program Evaluation and Quality Improvement with Emory Centers for Public Health Training and Technical Assistance at Emory University. I love helping people learn evaluation in simple ways that leave them feeling empowered to try it themselves. A topic that I receive frequent requests for training on is …

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ToE TIG Week: Amplifying Youth Voice through Focus Group Instruction by Hilary Loeb

My name is Hilary Loeb, and I work for the Strategy, Evaluation and Learning Department for the Puget Sound Educational Service District (PSESD).  I have been engaged in teaching evaluation to a range of interns in high school, college, and graduate school for over ten years in public and nonprofit organizations.  I thoroughly enjoy involving …

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ToE TIG Week: Vacuums, Reviews, and Outputs: Teaching Logic Models by Ayesha Boyce

Hello, my name is Ayesha Boyce. I am an associate professor within the Division of Educational Leadership and Innovation at Arizona State University. My favorite evaluation lesson to facilitate is logic modeling. Developing an in-depth understanding of the context and culture of the evaluand is paramount for a successful evaluation. Further, successfully mastering logic modeling …

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ToE TIG Week: Activity for Evaluating Items Commonly Found in a Home Using Evaluation Logic by Bianca Montrosse-Moorhead

Hello! I am Bianca Montrosse-Moorhead, an Associate Professor at the University of Connecticut. I am excited to share with you an activity I developed on evaluating everyday objects. I was motivated to develop this activity due to a shift to online education because of the coronavirus pandemic. This activity was inspired by Preskill and Russ-Eft’s …

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ToE TIG Week: Developing Your Next Evaluation Lesson by Aileen Reid

Welcome to a week of AEA blog posts sponsored by the Teaching of Evaluation (ToE) TIG. I am Aileen Reid, Assistant Professor in the Educational Research Methodology department at UNC Greensboro, and co-chair of the Teaching of Evaluation TIG. The ToE TIG aims to provide resources to educators that are focused on teaching pedagogical theory, …

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CREATE Week: Tips for Navigating the Shifting Landscape of Educational Evaluation by Jim Van Haneghan

Happy New Year, readers! Liz DiLuzio here, lead curator of AEA365. We are excited to kick off 2022 with a “best of” week sponsored by the Consortium for Research on Educational Assessment and Teaching (CREATE). Every blog this week is a revival of posts with evergreen content that was so thought provoking the first time …

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CREATE Week: Measuring Critical Thinking by Doug Wren

Happy New Year, readers! Liz DiLuzio here, lead curator of AEA365. We are excited to kick off 2022 with a “best of” week sponsored by the Consortium for Research on Educational Assessment and Teaching (CREATE). Every blog this week is a revival of posts with evergreen content that was so thought provoking the first time …

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CREATE Week: Project-Based Learning by Daina Lieberman

Happy New Year, readers! Liz DiLuzio here, lead curator of AEA365. We are excited to kick off 2022 with a “best of” week sponsored by the Consortium for Research on Educational Assessment and Teaching (CREATE). Every blog this week is a revival of posts with evergreen content that was so thought provoking the first time …

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CREATE Week: Reframing Teacher Education for Learning Equity by John Fischetti

Happy New Year, readers! Liz DiLuzio here, lead curator of AEA365. We are excited to kick off 2022 with a “best of” week sponsored by the Consortium for Research on Educational Assessment and Teaching (CREATE). Every blog this week is a revival of posts with evergreen content that was so thought provoking the first time …

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