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Planning and Design | Webinar
2019

Impact Evaluation: Why, What, and How

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

Planning and Design | Webinar
2019

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.

Management | Webinar
2019

Getting Everyone on the Same Page: Practical Strategies for Evaluator-Stakeholder Communication

In this webinar, participants will learn about innovative and practical strategies to improve communication between those involved in evaluation planning, implementation, and use.

Planning and Design | Webinar
2019

Outcomes Evaluation: Step-by-Step

Bonus webinar! Join EvaluATE for one of our most popular webinars. Register today to save your seat and get ready to learn...

Data Collection & Analysis | Webinar
2019

Basic Principles of Survey Question Development

In this webinar, participants will learn fundamental principles of survey question construction to enhance the validity and utility of survey data.

Planning and Design | Webinar
2019

Evaluation: The Secret Sauce in Your ATE Proposal- Question and Answer Panel

Management, Planning and Design | Webinar
2019

Evaluation: The Secret Sauce in Your ATE Proposal

Management | Webinar
2018

Three Common Evaluation Fails and How to Prevent Them

In this webinar, experienced STEM education evaluator Kirk Knestis will share strategies for effectively communicating with evaluation clients to avoid three common...

Planning and Design | Webinar
2018

Give Your Proposal A Competitive Edge with a Great Evaluation Plan

In this webinar, we’ll explain the essential elements of an effective evaluation plan and show you how to incorporate them into a proposal.

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