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Assessment of Professional Development Activities Toolkit
2022

The resources and tools below, developed by the FAS4ATE project, are intended for anyone who is involved in conducting and evaluating professional development activities, including PIs, co-PIs, and evaluators.

Designing Survey Demographic Questions with Equity in Mind
2022

These slides are from a presentation by Erika Sturgis and Megan Zelinsky for the 2022 Michigan Association for Evaluation Conference. 

Leveraging Assessment & Evaluation for Student Success: Working Smarter Not Harder
2022

Often professional development projects skip assessments because participants don’t want to take tests. However, assessment done well is integral to participant learning...

Evaluation Crash Course for Non-Evaluators
2022

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?

Reporting Insights from an ATE PI
2022

As a new ATE PI, I never made the connection between the ATE Survey, the project evaluations, and my annual report. They...

The Art and Science of Asking Meaningful Evaluation Questions
2022

There are no stupid questions, but some questions are better than others when it comes to framing evaluations. The best evaluation questions...

Increasing Evaluation Transparency through Positionality Statements
2021

Values play an important role in evaluation. By values, I mean not just the value or merit of a project, but also...

I Am: More Than a Checkbox
2021

Race, ethnicity, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, nationality, religion, class, language, mental health – these characteristics and others make for complex...

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