I posted yesterday about the importance of visible values in evaluation. This means being clear and transparent about the definitions of quality and value used when identifying criteria, evaluating performance against them based on evidence, and weighing up the pros and cons.
The perfect mode of transport for the 'visible values'
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The “no value-free” line of the Genuine Evaluation song (composed by the incomparable Kataraina Pipi, evaluator and composer/musician, with input from several other genuine evaluators!) was inspired by an earlier post where we defined genuine evaluation and drew some lines in the sand about what was in and what was out.
One of the
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