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How to Avoid Common Pitfalls When Writing Evaluation Plans for ATE Proposals
2020

Join this webinar to learn what pitfalls to watch out for when writing evaluation plans for grant proposals! In this webinar, we...

10 Helpful Hints and 10 Fatal Flaws: Writing Better Evaluation Sections in Your Proposals
2020

This 2020 guide identified 10 helpful hints and 10 fatal flaws to apply when writing evaluation sections in your project proposals.

Collection of Quick Reference Guides
2019

This collection includes over 50 evaluation quick reference guides that address evaluation planning, to data collection, to reporting. Quick reference guides are practical reference or resource materials such as checklists, worksheets, templates, info-graphics, cheat sheets, or even a table or page in a book

Impact Evaluation: Why, What, and How
2019

This webinar is an introduction to impact evaluation and how it can be realistically implemented in ATE projects.

Evaluating Professional Development Projects*
2019

A good prompt to start thinking about how to approach the evaluation of an Advanced Technological Education (ATE) professional development (PD) project...

Kirkpatrick Model for ATE Evaluation
2019

The Kirkpatrick Model is an evaluation framework organized around four levels of impact: reaction, learning, behavior, and results. It was developed more...

What Grant Writers Need to Know About Evaluation
2019

Fellow grant writers: Do you ever stop and ask yourselves, “Why do we write grants?” Do you actually enjoy herding cats, pulling...

11 Important Things to Know About Evaluating Curriculum Development Projects*
2019

Curriculum development projects are designed to create new content or present content to students in a new format with new activities or...

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