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Strategies for evaluating the impact of province-wide testing
Bibliography: p. 164-177.
|Statement||principal investigators, Philip Nagy, Ross E. Traub ; research officer, Katherine MacRury.|
|Contributions||Traub, Ross E., MacRury, Katherine A.|
|LC Classifications||LB3054.C2 N34 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 177 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||177|
|LC Control Number||86229459|
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This three-part document provides strategies for evaluating the impact of a province-wide testing program in Ontario (Canada) and reviews the literature on the impact of testing.
Part One identifies the effects of province-wide examinations for selected high school courses and proposes four studies to monitor these effects: (1) an analysis of data collected routinely by Author: Philip Nagy, Ross E.
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for Studies in Education, Toronto. Ontario Dept. of Education, Toronto. I 86 p. Publications Sales, The Ontario Institute for Studies in-Education, Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario. recommended set of evaluation strategies to more effectively measure impact Strategies for evaluating the impact of province-wide testing book facilitate cross-state comparisons.
It provides an overview of evaluation guidelines and tools to help you get started. Find templates for use in your evaluation efforts. the value chain and the generic strategies. Purpose of strategy evaluation • Strategy evaluation is vital to the organization’s well-being • Alert management to potential or actual problems in a timely fashion • Erroneous strategic decisions can have severe negative impact on organizations Basic Activities – 1.
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For example, the findings of an impact evaluation can be used to improve implementation of a programme for the next intake of participants by identifying critical elements to monitor and tightly manage.
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The managers can also assess the appropriateness of the current strategy in todays dynamic world with socio-economic, political and technological innovations. - Assess strengths & weakness of intervention components while you are developing them so you can modify & improve them before implementation to increase their effectiveness with target audience.
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However, care must be taken about generalizing from a specific Size: KB. This approach to evaluation focuses on the practicali-ties of defining successful outcomes and success cases (Brinkerhoff, ) and uses some of the processes from theory-driven evaluation to determine the linkages, which may take the form of a logic model, an impact model, or a results map.
launched their strategies without a clear, compelling evaluation plan. The good news is that, two to three years into strategy implementation, these programs typically have commissioned generally useful Size: 1MB.
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All types of change — including financial or non-financial — need evaluation by owners or managers who will determine the impact of the change. Design Evaluation. A design evaluation is conducted early in the planning stages or implementation of a program.
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Process Evaluation. Briefs 2, 6, and 7 discuss the steps as they apply to all types of. policy evaluation, whereas Briefs 3, 4, and 5 discuss Step 3 (focusing the evaluation design) as it applies to the specific types of policy evaluation.
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The referral noted that Zhang Min was born in Hong. launched the Review on Evaluation and Assessment Frameworks for Improving School Outcomes in to provide analysis and policy advice to countries on how different assessment and evaluation tools can be embedded within a consistent framework to bring about real gains in performance across the school Size: KB.After the process evaluation section is a short section on impact evaluation.
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