Program Evaluation: A Practitioner’s Guide for Trainers and Educators (Evaluation in Education and Human Services)

Program Evaluation: A Practitioner’s Guide for Trainers and Educators (Evaluation in Education and Human Services) by Robert O. Brinkerhoff, D.M. Brethower, Jeri Nowakowski, T. Hluchyj

ISBN10: 0898381223
ISBN13: 978-0898381221
Author: Robert O. Brinkerhoff, D.M. Brethower, Jeri Nowakowski, T. Hluchyj
Title: Program Evaluation: A Practitioner’s Guide for Trainers and Educators (Evaluation in Education and Human Services)
Publisher: Springer; Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1983 edition (April 30, 1983)
Language: English
Size ePub: 1337 kb
Size PDF: 1414 kb
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Subcategory: Social Sciences

Program Evaluation: A Practitioner’s Guide for Trainers and Educators (Evaluation in Education and Human Services) by Robert O. Brinkerhoff, D.M. Brethower, Jeri Nowakowski, T. Hluchyj



Please glance over the questions that follow and read the answers to those that are of interest. Q: What does this manual do? A: This manual guides the user through designing an evaluation. A: Who can use it? A: Anyone interested or involved in evaluating professional trammg or inservice education programs. The primary users will be staff members who are doing their own program evaluation-maybe for the first time. (Experienced evaluators or other professional educators can find useful guides and worksheets in it.) Q: If I work through this manual, what will I accomplish? A: You will develop one or more evaluation designs, and perhaps you'll also use the designs to evaluate something to make it better or to document its current value. Q: What is an evaluation design? A: An evaluation design is a conceptual and procedural map for getting important information about training efforts to people who can use it, as shown in the graphic below.

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