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Data Collection & Analysis, Interpretation | Webinar

Transforming STEM Education: Unleashing Qualitative Insights for Inclusive Learning Environments

Successfully diversifying STEM education requires a deep understanding of the lived experiences of underrepresented students as they navigate systems that were often...

Communication, Dissemination, & Use of Results, Engagement, Interpretation, Management | Blog Post

Celebrating Excellence: Insights from the 2023 Outstanding ATE Evaluation Awards Nominations

EvaluATE’s third annual Outstanding ATE Evaluation Awards saw the largest number of nominations yet, and the high level of quality was exciting...

Interpretation | Webinar

Practical Strategies to Interpret Evaluation Findings

In a world driven by data, the power of evaluation comes from our ability to weave data points into a story that...

Interpretation | Slides

Interpreting Evaluation Data

Slides presented during the workshop at the 2023 ATE PI Workshop.

Communication, Dissemination, & Use of Results, Data Collection & Analysis, Engagement, Interpretation, Management, Planning and Design, Quality Review | Slides

Distilling Evaluation Practice into 43 Essential Tasks

Data Collection & Analysis, Interpretation, Planning and Design | Webinar

Evaluation Crash Course for Non-Evaluators

Do you have questions about evaluation? Like, what is it? Why is it required for projects funded by the National Science Foundation? How much does it cost? Who can do it? What does an evaluation look like? How can evaluation help me and my project?

Interpretation | Blog Post

Evaluating Critical Thinking Skills

Like many of you, I wear multiple professional hats. Critical thinking skills are at the nexus of all my roles. The importance...

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