Evaluating School Programs: An Educator's Guide
This guide was written to provide basic program evaluation principles and procedures to aid educators in planning and conducting evaluations of school programs. Examples help the reader gain competence and confidence in program evaluation. The guide is meant to serve as a reference as the program evaluator conducts the five tasks of program evaluation. The chapters are: (1) "Why Evaluate Your School Programs?"; (2)"Focusing the Evaluation"; (3) "Collecting Information"; (4) "Organizing and Analyzing Information"; (5) "Reporting Information"; and (6) "Administering the Evaluation." Three resources contain an annotated bibliography of seven sources, a taxonomy of cognitive objectives, and the Joint Committee Standards for Program Evaluation. (Contains 29 references.) (SLD)
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