Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

  • FAS4ATE WEBINAR: Making a Logic Model that Works for You

    Wednesday, May 21, 2014

    FAS4ATE presents Making a Logic Model that Works for You: Logic models may seem like the tools of evaluators, but they can be really helpful for PIs as well. In this webinar led by the Formative Assessment Systems for ATE (FAS4ATE) project team, participants will learn how to translate a project plan into a logic model. A veteran ATE PI will talk us through an example from one of her projects and discuss the challenges and benefits of creating a logic model. Webinar Registration


    FAS4ATE Community-Based Design of Project Evaluation Tools/Systems Workshop

    FAS4ATE is recruiting participants for their Community-Based Design of Project Evaluation Tools/Systems workshop on October 21, preceding the annual ATE PI conference. If you are interested in finding out more or participating, please see the documents below.

    Workshop Recruitment Document (pdf)

    Workshop Application Form (pdf), (doc)

  • WEBINAR: your ATE proposal: got evaluation?

    Wednesday, August 20, 2014

    A strong evaluation plan that is well integrated into your grant proposal will strengthen your submission and maybe even give you a competitive edge. In this webinar, long-time members of the ATE community will provide insights on ways to enhance your proposal and avoid common pitfalls with regard to evaluation. We’ll walk through EvaluATE’s Evaluation Planning Checklist for ATE Proposals, which provides detailed guidance on how to address evaluation throughout a proposal—from the project summary to the budget justification. We’ll share examples of how to incorporate results from previous evaluations in the Results of Prior NSF Support section, present a coherent evaluation plan linked to project activities and goals, and budget for an external evaluation (among other things). We’ll have plenty of time for questions and discussion with our knowledgeable and experienced panel.

    Evaluation Planning Checklist for ATE Proposals


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