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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...

Using Rubrics to Demonstrate Educator Mastery in Professional Development

We are Nena Bloom and Lori Rubino-Hare, the internal evaluator and principal investigator, respectively, of the Advanced Technological Education project Geospatial Connections...

Give Your Proposal A Competitive Edge with a Great Evaluation Plan- Post event questions

The Life-Changing Magic of a Tidy Evaluation Plan

“Effective tidying involves only three essential actions. All you need to do is take the time to examine every item you own,...

Becoming a Sustainability Sleuth: Leaving and Looking for Clues of Long-Term Impact

Hello! I’m Rebecca from SageFox Consulting Group, and I’d like to start a conversation about measuring sustainability. Many of us work on...

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.

Attending to culture, diversity, and equity in STEM program evaluation (Part 2)

In my previous post, I gave an overview of two strategies you can use to inform yourself about the theoretical aspect of...

Attending to culture, diversity, and equity in STEM program evaluation (Part 1)

The conversation, both practical and theoretical, surrounding culture, diversity, and equity in evaluation has increased in recent years. As many STEM education...

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