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Developing a Theory of Change for Your Innovation Project
2015

Have you ever had to express a theory of change to convince funders that there’s a logical argument behind your innovation? Funders...

EvaluATE to the Rescue!
2015

8 Resources to help with ATE proposal evaluation plans The EvaluATE team is busy preparing our proposal for a third round of...

Using a Systems Orientation in Your Evaluation
2015

In my earlier blog about CLIPs (Communities of Learning, Inquiry, and Practice), I mentioned that we adapted the CLIPs process to focus...

Evaluation and Planning: Partners Through the Journey
2015

Evaluation goes hand-in-hand with good planning—and so, good implementation. To plan well, you need to know the areas of priority needs (a...

Using Embedded Assessment to Understand Science Skills
2015

As our field explores the impact of informal (and formal) science programs on learning and skill development, it is imperative that we...

Surveying Learners in Open Online Technical Courses
2015

I lead evaluation for nanoHUB-U, one of the educational opportunities provided through nanoHub.org. The concept of nanoHUB-U is to provide free access...

Five Questions All Evaluators Should Ask Their Clients
2015

One of the things that I love about program evaluation is the diversity of models and methods that you must think about...

Evaluation: Don’t Submit Your ATE Proposal Without It
2015

A strong evaluation plan that is well integrated into your grant proposal will strengthen your submission and maybe even give you a...

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