Program Evaluation Basics
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This workshop on Evaluation Basics will provide key information on what evaluation is and how participants can begin evaluating their programs. Presenters will discuss the purpose of evaluation, how it helps organizations in reaching goals, and why it’s important. The workshop will outline the two basic types of evaluation, what questions they answer, and what considerations should be made as organizations begin to evaluate. Presenters will review the core steps in conducting evaluation so participants will walk away with clear next steps for how to integrate evaluation into practice. Less...
- Explain the purpose of program evaluation and why to evaluate.
- List the two types of program evaluation (process and outcome).
- Identify the 5 core steps of implementing evaluation (ask, plan, act, reflect, improve).
Wednesday, August 03, 2022
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About the speakers
Laura J. Landry, Ph.D.
CE Information - Earn 1 CE Credit Hour
American Psychological Association
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