Archive for the Measurement Methods Category

Everything Old Is New Again: Building Evaluation Capacity Within Nonprofit Organizations

Everything Old Is New Again: Building Evaluation Capacity Within Nonprofit Organizations

I just recently came across a post that I wrote about a year ago for the American Evaluation Association’s AEA 365 A Tip-A-Day by and for Evaluators blog. If you have any interest in evaluation or measurement-related issues, the Tip-A-Day series is an excellent resource that chock-full

Read more

Set Your Destination for Eval Central

Just this week, I discovered a fantastic new resource for program evaluators, or anyone else who geeks out on real-world research like me.  Eval Central is the place “Where Evaluation Blogs Intersect”, including great contributors such as the American Evaluation Association, EvalThoughts, and Evaluation Unsanctioned, as well

Read more

What if the news is bad?

As an evaluator, I’m often faced with the following question. “I want to be able to demonstrate my results because I think we’re doing great things, but…what if the news is bad?” Let’s imagine, for instance, that children in elementary school don’t receive grades for reading. When

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...Read more