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Dr. Jane Davidson and educational systems change expert Joanne McEachen explain how sometimes the obvious solution is not in fact the right solution at all.
Even if it’s part of what’s needed, there are systemic issues in play that must be addressed as well.
Powerful insights to share with
Read the whole post –> Through the Looking Glass (with evaluative thinking!): How professional learning solutions implicitly blame teachers
We’re very excited today to have a guest post from Julian King, who has just published a great FREE downloadable ebook on Value for Investment!
Julian’s Value for Investment approach is a syncretic blend of economic and evaluative methodologies, including evaluative rubrics. As you can see from the picture below, it’s a topic of
Read the whole post –> What is Value for Investment, and how should we evaluate it? (guest post from Julian King)
What’s fundamentally missing from most evaluation work, but absolutely makes or breaks the quality and value of what we do?
Find out from this fun and informative podcast. Michael Scriven and Jane Davidson talk about evaluation-specific methodology and why it’s so critically important. A sneak preview of their workshops in Dublin (at EES) and
Read the whole post –> Podcast! Michael Scriven and Jane Davidson on Evaluation-Specific Methodology
What’s coming up from Stephanie Evergreen and Jane Davidson at the European Evaluation Society conference in Dublin and the American Evaluation Association conference in Denver?
And, why do President Obama’s slides need an overhaul from the Dataviz Diva herself?
Tune into this 12-minute podcast, the final in a series of four recorded when Stephanie
Read the whole post –> Podcast! Jane Davidson & Stephanie Evergreen on EES, AEA, and overhauling Obama’s slides!