Elizabeth DiLuzio

AEA’s Summer Evaluation Institute 2022 by Elizabeth DiLuzio

Hello, AEA365 community! Liz DiLuzio here, Lead Curator of the blog. This week is Individuals Week, which means we take a break from our themed weeks and spotlight the Hot Tips, Cool Tricks, Rad Resources and Lessons Learned from any evaluator interested in sharing. Would you like to contribute to future individuals weeks? Email me …

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Breaking into Evaluation Consulting by Wheeler del Torro

Hello, AEA365 community! Liz DiLuzio here, Lead Curator of the blog. This week is Individuals Week, which means we take a break from our themed weeks and spotlight the Hot Tips, Cool Tricks, Rad Resources and Lessons Learned from any evaluator interested in sharing. Would you like to contribute to future individuals weeks? Email me …

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Enhancing Learning by Requiring Written Project Responses by Stephanie Chasteen

Hello, AEA365 community! Liz DiLuzio here, Lead Curator of the blog. This week is Individuals Week, which means we take a break from our themed weeks and spotlight the Hot Tips, Cool Tricks, Rad Resources and Lessons Learned from any evaluator interested in sharing. Would you like to contribute to future individuals weeks? Email me …

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Evaluator Self-Reflection to Identify Values and Principle by Evan Poncelet

Hello, AEA365 community! Liz DiLuzio here, Lead Curator of the blog. This week is Individuals Week, which means we take a break from our themed weeks and spotlight the Hot Tips, Cool Tricks, Rad Resources and Lessons Learned from any evaluator interested in sharing. Would you like to contribute to future individuals weeks? Email me …

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How to Make Evaluation Results Actionable for Decision-Makers by Pam Lilleston

Hello, AEA365 community! Liz DiLuzio here, Lead Curator of the blog. This week is Individuals Week, which means we take a break from our themed weeks and spotlight the Hot Tips, Cool Tricks, Rad Resources and Lessons Learned from any evaluator interested in sharing. Would you like to contribute to future individuals weeks? Email me …

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PreK-12 Ed Eval TIG Week: “Learning as We Go” in Surfacing the Real Stories and Harnessing our Potential as Blue Marble Evaluators by Keiko Kuji-Shikatani, Wendy Rowe, and Chi Yan Lam

Hi! We are Keiko Kuji-Shikatani, Canadian Evaluation Society Fellow and Credentialed Evaluator, Wendy Rowe from the School of Leadership at Royal Roads University in Canada and Credentialed Evaluator, and Chi Yan Lam, Faculty of Education and Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen’s University and Credentialed Evaluator. Unimaginable violence against the children, youth and families of …

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PreK-12 Ed Eval TIG Week: Remote Learning: Far from Remotely Interesting by Leigh M. Tolley

Hello, everyone! My name is Leigh M. Tolley. I am a Member-at-Large for the PreK-12 Educational Evaluation Topical Interest Group (TIG), and have spent the past nine years as part of our TIG’s Program Chair and Chair teams. My interest in educational evaluation began when I was a high school English teacher and we had …

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PreK-12 Ed Eval TIG Week: Common String Manipulation Tasks with Educational Data in R by Carrie Wiley

Hi! My name is Carrie Wiley. I’m a Senior Staff Scientist at the Human Resources Research Organization (HumRRO) and would like to share some useful tips on manipulating strings in R. As educational evaluators, we often manage complex and messy datasets that we receive from schools, states, teachers, etc. One of the most common data …

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PreK-12 Ed Eval TIG Week: Multi-method Evaluation: The Benefits of Qualitative Insight by Haley Johnson and Natasha Saelua

Hello, we are Haley Johnson and Natasha Saelua, Researchers at McREL International. This spring we were tasked with evaluating a school-wide, comprehensive, rigorous academic K-12 program. We were asked to include a cost analysis of the program compared to similar programs. A clear-cut quantitative analysis would have sufficed but our team conducted a mixed methods …

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PreK-12 Ed Eval TIG Week: Listening Orientations by Erin D’Amelio

Hi everyone! I’m Erin D’Amelio, a consultant at McREL International. Even though I am in no way shape or form a listening expert, I hope that this little blog can serve as a starting point, or maybe a forum for us to share our individual knowledge, thoughts, and experiences related to listening and learn from …

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