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Session Schedule for: Thursday, Nov 11, 10:55 AM to 12:25 PM

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Session Title
Room
Cultural Competency in Evaluation: Discussion of the American Evaluation Association's Public Statement on the Importance of Cultural Competence in Evaluation
Lone Star A
Improving the Practice of Theory-driven Evaluation: Understanding the Role of Stakeholders and Context in Evaluation Settings
Lone Star B
What We Donít Say Can Hurt Us: Working with Undiscussables
Lone Star C
Evaluating Social Service Programs for Government and Foundations
Lone Star D
Quantitative Methods Theory and Design TIG Business Meeting and Presentation: What is New in Multiple Comparison Procedures
Lone Star E
Internal Evaluation TIG Business Meeting and Presentation: A Decade of Internal Evaluation in One School District - How Times Change
Lone Star F
Roundtable Rotation I: Grad Students on Grad Students: Evaluating Peers in a Professional Context

Rountable Rotation II: A Student-Generated Collaborative Approach to Developing New Evaluator Competencies
MISSION A
Issues and Models: Evaluating Universal Design for Learning
MISSION B
Systems Theories in Evaluation Planning: Differentiating Planning Process from Evaluation Plan
BOWIE A
Race, Class, and Power: Bringing The Issues Into Discussion and Evaluation
BOWIE B
Culturally Responsive Evaluation: Three Cases From Aboriginal Peoples and First Nations in Canada
BOWIE C
Roundtable Rotation I: Theory of Change Evaluation in the Real World: Lessons Learned from Applying (and Modifying) the TOC Approach in the Evaluation of the Tobacco Policy Change Program

Rountable Rotation II: Evaluating Foundation Advocacy Strategies: When Theory and Practice Collide
GOLIAD
Roundtable Rotation I: Choices of Research and Development (R&D) Evaluation Approaches in Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) Institutes: We Reap What We Sow?

Rountable Rotation II: Producing Evidence of Effectiveness Data in the Real World of Early Childhood Education
SAN JACINTO
Assessing Student Learning Outcomes II: Three Sides of the Coin
TRAVIS A
Visualizing Data for Strategic Planning
TRAVIS B
Measuring the Immeasurable: Lessons for Building Grantee Capacity to Evaluate Hard-to-assess Efforts
TRAVIS C
Evaluation in Action: A Sampler of Tracking and Timing Methodologies in Museums, Culturals, and Informal Education Settings
TRAVIS D
Implementing Quality Randomized Control Trials in Human Service Evaluations: Applications Addressing Challenges and Barriers
INDEPENDENCE
Including Everyone: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, People of Color, and Double Winners
PRESIDIO A
Building, Enhancing, and Sustaining Evaluation Quality for Organizational Learning
PRESIDIO B
Analytic and Measurement Approaches in Substance Abuse and Mental Health Evaluation
PRESIDIO C
Roundtable Rotation I: Evaluation as a Management and Learning Tool for the Successful Development and Scaling of Innovative Program Models

Rountable Rotation II: Evaluating Enterprising Nonprofits: The Social Return on Investment
BONHAM A
Using Evaluation to Improve the Quality of the Initial Implementation of a Statewide Community and State Level Policy and Systems Change Initiative
BONHAM B
Group and Cluster Randomized-Control Experimental Interventions in Educational Evaluation Studies
BONHAM C
Integrating High Quality Evaluation Into a National Integrated Services in Schools Initiative
BONHAM D
Environmental Education Evaluation: Examining Citizen Collected Data, Mixed Method Designs, and Professional Development
BONHAM E
International Approaches to Government Evaluation
Texas A
Circular Dialogue and Other Dialectical Methods of Inquiry
Texas B
Better Evaluation - A Toolbox of Evaluation Methods and Applications That Supports Quality and Methodological Diversity
Texas C
Analysis and Evaluation of Research Portfolios Using Quantitative Science Metrics: Theory
Texas D
Mainstreaming Evaluation in Diverse Organizational Contexts
Texas E
Truth, Beauty, and Justice: Thirty Years Later
Texas F
The Role of Evaluation During Tough Fiscal Times: Sage Advice From Evaluation Leaders
CROCKETT A
Evaluating Leadership Development in Organizations
CROCKETT B
National Evaluation Capacity Development
CROCKETT C
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Office of Educationís Portfolio Evaluation Approach: Focus on Questions That Provide High Value Answers
CROCKETT D
Evaluating Education, Health Education and Agriculture Education Around the Globe
REPUBLIC A
Keep an Eye on the Basics: The Importance of Evaluating Public Health Program Infrastructure
REPUBLIC B
A Checklist for Planning, Implementing and Evaluating Implementation Quality
REPUBLIC C

 

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