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11 Important Things to Know About Evaluating Curriculum Development Projects*

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

Evaluation Plan for ATE Proposals

This checklist provides information on what should be included in evaluation plans for proposals to the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program. Grant seekers should carefully read the most recent ATE program solicitation (ATE Program Solicitation) for details about the program and proposal submission requirements.

Completing a National Science Foundation Freedom of Information Act Request

You probably have heard of a FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request, but it was probably in the context of journalism. Often,...

Evaluation: The Secret Sauce in Your ATE Proposal

This webinar will cover the essential elements of an effective evaluation plan and show you how to integrate them into an ATE proposal.

A Call to Action: Advancing Technician Education through Evidence-Based Decision-Making

Evaluators contribute to developing the Advanced Technological Education (ATE) community’s awareness and understanding of theories, concepts, and practices that can advance technician...

Integrating Evaluation

This is part six of our Evaluation: the secret sauce to your ATE proposal video series. In this final video, we will...

Evaluation Communication, Use, and Timelines

This video is part five in the Evaluation: A secret sauce to your ATE proposal video series. In this video, we will...

Evaluation Data

This is part four of Evaluation: The secret sauce in your ATE proposal video series. In this video, we will talk about...

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