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What’s Wrong with Problem Based Learning?
2015

The Formative Assessment Systems for ATE project (FAS4ATE) focuses on assessment practices that serve the ongoing evaluation needs of projects and centers....

Finding Opportunity in Unintended Outcomes
2015

Working with underage students bears an increased responsibility for their supervision. Concerns may arise during the implementation of activities that were never...

A Rose Isn’t as Sweet by Any Other Name: Lessons on Subject Lines for Web Surveys
2015

Survey developers typically spend a great deal of time on the content of questionnaires. We struggle with what items to include, how...

ATE Small Project Evaluation
2015

All ATE proposals, except for planning grants, are required to specify a budget line for an independent evaluator. But the solicitation offers...

Checklist for the Common Guidelines for Education Research and Development
2015

This 2015 document includes a series of six checklists—one for each of the six types of research outlined in the Common Guidelines for Education Research and Development.

Indicators and the Difficulty With Them
2015

Evaluators that are working in education contexts are often required to use externally created criteria and standards, such as GPA targets, graduation...

Evaluation of NSF ATE Program Research and Development
2015

This document presents a framework for evaluating design and development research. It was created by Hezel and Associates, and incorporates the NSF Common Guidelines for Education Research and Development.

Gender Evaluation Strategies: Improving Female Recruitment and Retention in ATE Projects
2015

How can ATE project staff and/or STEM educators in general tell if the strategies they are  implementing to increase diversity are impacting...

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