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Possible Selves: A Way to Assess Identity and Career Aspirations

Children are often asked the question “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Many of us evaluate programs where...

Six Data Cleaning Checks

Data cleaning is the process of verifying and editing data files to address issues of inconsistency and missing information. Errors in data...

How Real-time Evaluation Can Increase the Utility of Evaluation Findings

Evaluations are most useful when evaluators make relevant findings available to project partners at key decision-making moments. One approach to increasing the...

Articulating Intended Outcomes Using Logic Models: The Roles Evaluators Play

Articulating project outcomes is easier said than done. A well-articulated outcome is one that is feasible to achieve within the project period,...

Student Learning Assessments: Issues of Validity and Reliability

In my last post, I talked about the difference between program evaluation and student assessment. I also touched on using existing assessments...

Using Learning Assessments in Evaluations

If you need to evaluate your project, but get confused about whether there should be a student assessment component, it’s important to...

Designing Cluster Randomized Trials to Evaluate Programs

The push for rigorous evaluations of the impact of interventions has led to an increase in the use of randomized trials (RTs)....

Color Scripting to Measure Engagement

Last year I went to the D23 Expo in Anaheim, California. This was a conference for Disney fans everywhere. I got to...

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