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Improving Evaluator Communication and PI Evaluation Understanding to Increase Evaluation Use: The Evaluator’s Perspective

As a project PI, have you ever glanced at an evaluation report and wished it has been presented in a different format...

Improving Evaluator Communication and PI Evaluation Understanding to Increase Evaluation Use: The Principal Investigator’s Perspective

As an evaluator, have you ever spent hours working on an evaluation report only to find that your client skimmed it or...

Getting Ready to Reapply – Highlighting Results of Prior Support

Hello. My name is Amy A. Germuth and I own EvalWorks, LLC, an education evaluation firm in Durham, NC, which has a...

HI-TEC 2015 – Evaluation: Don’t Submit Your ATE Proposal Without It

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 session we’ll provide insights on ways to enhance your proposal and avoid common pitfalls with regard to evaluation.

The Shared Task of Evaluation

Evaluation was an important strand at the recent ATE meeting in Washington, DC. As I reflected on my own practice as an...

Researching Evaluation Practice while Practicing Evaluation

There is a dearth of research on evaluation practice, particularly of the sort that practitioners can use to improve their own work...

Evaluation’s Role in Retention and Cultural Diversity in STEM

Recently, I attended the Building Pathways and Partnerships in STEM for a Global Network conference, hosted by the State University of New...

Intellectual Merit and Broader Impacts: Identifying Your Project’s Achievements and Supporting Evidence

Updated April 2019 for Throwback Thursday series. The deadline for proposals to the National Science Foundation’s Advanced Technological Education program for this...

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