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Evaluation: All the Funded ATE Proposals Are Doing It

This webinar will review the key elements of a winning evaluation plan and strategies for demonstrating to reviewers that evaluation is an integral part of your project, not an afterthought.

Outcome Evaluation: Step-by-Step

Learn how to identify appropriate outcomes to assess in an evaluation and how to use those intended outcomes as a foundation for planning or enhancing data collection, analysis, and interpretation.

Small-Scale Evaluation

Webinar participants will learn the basics of small-scale evaluation, using a typical ATE small project as the case example.

Anatomy of a User-Friendly Evaluation Report

While long-form evaluation reports are the main way information about evaluations is communicated, they are largely underutilized. Barriers to report use most...

Logic Models: Getting Them Right and Using Them Well

A logic model is a succinct graphic depiction of how a project translates its resources and activities into outcomes. A good logic...

Meeting Requirements, Exceeding Expectations: Understanding the Role of Evaluation in Federal Grants

External evaluation is a requirement of many federal grant programs. Understanding and addressing these requirements is essential for both successfully seeking grants...

Small Project Evaluation: Principles and Practices

An effective small project evaluation requires a clear-cut and feasible project plan, an evaluation plan that matches the project’s scope and purpose,...

2 for 1: The Retrospective Pretest Method for Evaluating Training

The retrospective pretest method for evaluating professional development activities requires participants to rate their knowledge and abilities before and after a training...

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