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The 2002 User Friendly Handbook for Project Evaluation

The 2002 User Friendly Handbook for Project Evaluation

Prepared under Contract REC 99-12175

by Joy Frechtling Westat

with a special section by Henry Frierson, Stafford Hood and Gerunda Hughes

CONTENTS

Introduction

References

I Evaluation and Types of Evaluation

1. Reasons for Conducting Evaluations

2. Evaluation Prototypes

The Different Kinds of Evaluation

Formative Evaluation

Summative Evaluation

Evaluation Compared to Other Types of Data Gathering

Summary

References

II The Steps in Doing an Evaluation

3. The Evaluation Process—Getting Started

Develop a Conceptual Model of the Project and Identify Key Evaluation Points

Develop Evaluation Questions and Define Measurable Outcomes

Develop an Evaluation Design

Selecting a Methodological Approach

Determining Who Will be Studied and When

References

4. The Evaluation Process: Carrying Out the Study and Reporting

Conducting Data Collection

Analyzing the Data

Reporting

Background

Evaluation Study Questions

Evaluation Procedures

Data Analysis

Findings

Conclusions (and Recommendations)

Other Sections

How Do You Develop an Evaluation Report

Disseminating the Information

References

III An Overview of Quantitative and Qualitative Data Collection Methods

5. Data Collection Methods: Some Tips and Comparisons

Theoretical Issues

Value of the Data

Scientific Rigor

Philosophical Distinction

Practical Issues

Credibility of Findings

Staff Skills

Costs

Time Constraints

Using the Mixed-Method Approach

References

6. Review and Comparison of Selected Techniques

Surveys

When to Use Surveys

Interviews

When to Use Interviews

Focus Groups

When to Use Focus Groups

Observations

When to Use Observations

Tests

When to Use Tests

Other Methods

Document Studies

Key Informant

Case Studies

Summary

References

IV Strategies That Address Culturally Responsive Evaluation

7. A Guide to Conducting Culturally Responsive Evaluations

The Need for Culturally Responsive Evaluation

Preparing for the Evaluation

Engaging Stakeholders

Identifying the Purpose(s) and Intent of the Evaluation

Framing the Right Questions

Designing the Evaluation

Selecting and Adapting Instrumentation

Collecting the Data

Analyzing the Data

Disseminating and Utilizing the Data

References

Other Recommended Reading

Glossary

Appendix A. Finding an Evaluator

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