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Using Think-Alouds to Test the Validity of Survey Questions

Those who have spent time creating and analyzing surveys know that surveys are complex instruments that can yield misleading results when not...

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.

PhotoVoice: A Method of Inquiry in Program Evaluation

Hello, EvaluATE! We are Ouen Hunter (student at the Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Evaluation, IDPE), Emma Perk (co-PI of EvaluATE at The Evaluation...

Using Mixed-Mode Survey Administration to Increase Response

“Why aren’t people responding?” This is the perpetual question asked by anyone doing survey research, and it’s one that I am no...

Part 2: Using Embedded Assessment to Understand Science Skills

In our last EvaluATE blog, we defined embedded assessments (EAs) and described the benefits and challenges of using EAs to measure and...

Gauging the Impact of Professional Development Activities on Students

Many Advanced Technological Education (ATE) grants hold professional development events for faculty. As the lead for several ATE grants, I have been...

Tips and Tricks When Writing Interview Questions

Developing a well-constructed interview protocol is by no means an easy task. To give us some ideas on how to formulate well-designed...

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