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Designing Educational Project and Program Evaluations : A Practical Overview Based on Research and Experience :  A Practical Overview Based on Research and Experience - David A. Payne

Designing Educational Project and Program Evaluations : A Practical Overview Based on Research and Experience

A Practical Overview Based on Research and Experience

Hardcover Published: August 2007
ISBN: 9780792394266
Number Of Pages: 258

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Drawing upon experiences at state and local level project evaluation, and based on current research in the professional literature, Payne presents a practical, systematic, and flexible approach to educational evaluations. Evaluators at all levels -- state, local and classroom -- will find ideas useful in conducting, managing, and using evaluations. Special user targets identified are state department of education personnel and local school system administrative personnel. The volume can be used by those doing evaluation projects `in the field', or as a text for graduate courses at an introductory level. The book begins with an overview of the generic evaluation process. Chapter Two is devoted to the criteria for judging the effectiveness of evaluation practice. Chapter Three addresses the all important topic of evaluation goals and objectives. Chapters Four, Five and Six basically are concerned with the approach, framework, or design of an evaluation study. Chapter Four contains a discussion of four major philosophical frameworks or metaphors and the implications of these frameworks for conducting an evaluation. Chapters Five and Six describe predominantly quantitative and qualitative designs, respectively. Design, implementation and operational issues related to instrumentation (Chapter Seven), management and decision making (Chapter Eight), and reporting and utilization of results (Chapter Nine) are next addressed. The final chapter of the book (Chapter Ten) considers the evaluation of educational products and materials.

List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Exhibits
Preface
Educational Evaluation: Definitions, Purposes, and Processesp. 1
Criteria for Effective and Ethical Evaluation Practicep. 21
Evaluation Goals, Objectives, and Questionsp. 39
Evaluation Metaphorsp. 57
Quantitatively Oriented Data Collection Designsp. 93
Qualitative and Ethnographic Evaluationp. 121
Creating and Selecting Instrumentationp. 143
Managing Evaluationsp. 173
Communicating and Using Evaluation Resultsp. 193
Evaluating Educational Materialsp. 205
App. A. Multiple Criterion Measures for Evaluation of School Programsp. 231
App. B. Contract for Professional Servicesp. 237
Subject Indexp. 249
Name Indexp. 253
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ISBN: 9780792394266
ISBN-10: 0792394267
Series: Evaluation in Education and Human Services
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 258
Published: August 2007
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 1.75
Weight (kg): 0.57

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