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ATE PI Checklist for Getting Started with Your Evaluation Post-Award
2022

This 2022 checklist is for PIs and co-PIs who are getting started with their evaluation after being funded.

Beyond Research: Practical Tools for Your Evaluation Toolbox
2022

Evaluation and research have a lot in common. But there are also important differences. Evaluation has a unique purpose, along with distinct...

Integrating Evaluation into Your ATE Proposal
2022

This slide deck is from a presentation at the High Impact Technology Conference in 2022. Aimed at project staff, it provides an...

Essential ATE Evaluation Tasks
2022

This document identifies and defines the essential tasks involved in planning and conducting an evaluation of a National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded Advanced Technological Education (ATE) project. ... The tasks convey what needs to be done in evaluation and, in most cases, why. They do not include details about how the work should be done.

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.

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?

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