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Session Schedule for: Thursday, Oct 25, 2:40 PM to 4:10 PM

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Simple Rules: A Demonstration of the Systems Evaluation Protocol for Evaluation Planning
101 A-D/G-J
Planning and Conducting Internal Evaluations: Portfolio Review Guidance From CDC, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC)
101 E
Leveraging Evaluability Assessment in Higher Education Settings as a Diagnostic Tool to Improve Learning Interventions and Make Evaluation Studies More Useable
101 F
Environmental Evaluation in the Public Good: Continuing the Conversation
102 B
A Participatory and Complimentary Mixed-Method Approach to Evaluating a Youth Leadership Program
102 C
Innovative Technology as a Data Collection Tool
102 D
Supporting Teacher Success: Contributing Factors to Teacher Retention and Effectiveness
102 E
Exploring New and Underutilized Data Sources in Evaluation
103 A
Evaluator Credentialing and Certification Revisited: Where Have We Come in the Last Decade?
103 B
The Almighty and Powerful Evaluator: Pulling Back the Curtain of Power, Privilege, and Oppression
103 C
Organizational Response to Disasters: Challenges and Lessons Learned
103 D
Ignite Your Practice: Lessons Learned, Best Practices, and Sage Advice
103 E
Bohmian Dialog: A Better Tomorrow Through Data-Informed Decisions?
103 F
Adhesive Formats for Data Collection: Practice and Validity of Dots, Stickers, and Labels
200 A
Thinking Outside the Box: Metaphors for Evaluation
200 B
Quantitative Methods in Action: Applying Sophisticated Methods in Evaluation
200 C
Strategies for Promoting Evaluation Capacity Building
200 D
How Can NGOs/INGOs Support Authentic Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning in Civil Society Coalitions? Mandating Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Processes Versus Accompanying Organic Reflection Processes
200 E
Evaluation in Latin America: Current Situation and New Challenges
200 F
Stories at Scale: What 40,000 People Have to Say About Local Development
200 G
Research, Technology, and Development Evaluation in Transition in Asia
200 H
Randomized Control Trials in Human Services: Jumping Hurdles and Running the Obstacle Course
200 I
Sustaining Relationships, Responsibilities and Relevance in a Complex Government Environment: Evaluations From CDC’s Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention
200 J
A Conversation With Cindy Clapp-Wincek, Director of Evaluation at USAID
201 A
Diversity in Evaluation: Bridging the Gaps
201 B
As Complex as it Gets: Evaluation of a Strategic Global Philanthropy Working to Prevent Climate Change
202 A
Responsibility: Ensuring Extension Evaluations Integrate Service, Research, and Teaching into Programs
202 B
Moving Forward on Strengthening Evaluations in the Public Sector: International Comparisons
203 A
From Evaluative Thinking to Evaluative Acting: Identify the Problem, Analyze the Stakeholders, Engage in Mapping, Reflect on Impact
204 A
New Methodological Developments: The Use of Crowdsourcing, Concept Maps, Question Development, and Self-Report Biases
205 A
Revolution Will Not Be Culturally Competent: Part 2 of 2
205 B
Evaluation Strategies and Frameworks for Health Knowledge Transfer, Knowledge Management, and Dissemination
205 C
Evaluation Design Alternatives for Large Multi-Focused Translational Bio-Medical Science Centers: Clinical Translational Science Awards (CTSAs)
205 D
Roundtable Rotation I: Making the Case for Adding Youth Voice to the Evaluation and Youth Development Literature Bases

Roundtable Rotation II: Youth Participatory Evaluation and Research: Ways to Engage and Empower Youth Under Time Constraints
206 A
Collaborative Evaluations as an Agent for Capacity Building in Health Evaluation
206 B
Evaluation in Indigenous Ecologies: Identifying Issues of Importance Across Indigenous Contexts
207 A
Making Grantee Reporting Worthwhile: From ‘Apple Polishing’ to Organizational Learning for Both Grantees and Funders
207 B
Measuring Influence Strategies in Philanthropy
208 A/B
AEA's International Listening Project Think Tank
208 C/D
Roundtable Rotation I: Measuring Performance Measurement

Roundtable Rotation II: Advancing Leadership Skills to Sustain Organizations During Times of Complexity
209 A
Roundtable Rotation I: Meaningful Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Education Evaluations and Evaluation Capacity-Building: Strategies and Challenges From a 43-District Evaluation

Roundtable Rotation II: Addressing the Challenge of STEM Evaluation: Insights of a Multiple Stakeholder Group in New York
209 B
Roundtable Rotation I: When to Select Covariates for Analytic Models: Contrasting Opinions

Roundtable Rotation II: Survey Non-response Error: Responsible Decision Making and Its Implications on Evaluation Findings
210 A
Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes Aligned across Courses, Programs, and the College
211 A
Engaging Participants in the Evaluation Process: A Participatory Approach
211 B
Evaluation as a (Under-Utilized) Planning Tool
211 C/D
System Filters: Boundaries, Contexts, and the Undiscussable
212 A
Methods and Tools for Addressing Disabilities Issues in Program Evaluations
212 B
Creating Evaluation Metaphors and Similes
213 A
Harnessing Complex Stakeholder Relationships to Reduce Teen Pregnancy Rates in High-Risk Communities
213 B


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