9781578862511

How To Be Involved In Program Evaluation

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    9781578862511

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2005-07-30
  • Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Education
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Summary

This book will improve the direction and utility of the evaluation by the program director in charge, and the implementation of the evaluation by the evaluator.

Author Biography

Keith McNeil received his Ph.D. in educational psychology from the University of Texas at Austin and has taught in higher education at New Mexico State University since 1989 Isadore Newman received his Ph.D. in educational psychology with a specialty in statistics and measurement from Southern Illinois University and has been a professor at the University of Akron since 1971 Jim Steinhauser received his Ph.D. in 2000 from New Mexico State University. Since 2003 he has been an evaluator for the El Paso Independent School District

Table of Contents

Preface v
1 What Is Evaluation?
1(19)
2 Overview of GEM
20(8)
3 Needs Assessment
28(33)
4 Baseline
61(28)
5 Procedures to Achieve Objectives
89(15)
6 Program Implementation Assessment
104(28)
7 Post Assessment
132(19)
8 Review of GEM From the Viewpoint of the Evaluator and the Program Director
151(13)
9 Evaluation as a Profession
164(16)
10 Evaluation Instruments 180(12)
11 Reporting 192(11)
12 Application of GEM to Evaluating Schools 203(20)
Appendixes
A Acronyms
223(2)
B Personal Evaluation History of the Authors
225(5)
C Summary of the Program Evaluation Standards
230(4)
D Evaluation Forms and Instruments
234(22)
E Evaluation Plans
256(7)
F Evaluation Reports
263(14)
G Evaluation Resources
277(7)
H Evaluation Contracts Obtained Over a 12-Year Period, Identified by Number of Years, How Obtained, Funding Agency, and Brief Name
284(1)
Glossary 285(8)
References 293(6)
Index 299(6)
About the Authors 305

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