2012

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Session Schedule for: Friday, Oct 26, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM

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Session Title
Room
Biting the Evaluative Bullet
101 A-D/G-J
Powering up for the Head Start on Science Program: Using Power Analysis to Plan the Sample Size Required for a Multi-Site Cluster Randomized Trial
101 E
How to Start a Needs Assessment: If You Donít Get Off on the Right Foot It Is More Likely to Fail!
101 F
Tri-agency Efforts Toward a Common Evaluation Framework for Climate Change Education Projects: Discussion in the Context of 2012 Recommendations for the Evaluation of Federally Funded STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Education Initiatives
102 B
Defining Success for Youth Programming in International Development
102 C
Evaluating Out-of-School Time (OST) Programs: Managing Complexity to Achieve Relevant Results
102 E
25 Low-cost/No-cost Tools for Data Visualization and Reporting
200 A
Emerging Perspectives on Impact Evaluation
200 B
Selecting, Designing, and Modifying Evaluation Instruments
200 C
Organizational Learning and Evaluation Capacity Building Topical Interest Group Business Meeting
200 D
Using Evaluation to Help Nonprofit Innovation, Sustainability, and Capacity
200 E
Evaluation of a National Media Campaign, Phase III: Going National
200 F
Rethinking the Evaluation of Organizational Readiness: R=MC^2
200 G
Assessment of Research in Emerging Technologies: Tools for Early Measurement of Impact
200 H
How Partnerships Matter: Their Impact on Near-term and Long-term Outcomes in the Safe Schools/Healthy Students National Evaluation
200 I
Government Evaluation Topical Interest Group Business Meeting and Presentation: Conversation With Three Experts About Managing the Politics of Evaluation in Government Contexts
200 J
Taking a Complexity Lens to Evaluating International Development Initiatives
201 A
Measuring Disaster Recovery and Resilience in the Context of Earthquakes and Tsunamis
202 A
Identifying Project Evaluation Effectiveness Principles in Professional Development Evaluation
202 B
Embedding Evaluation into the Cultural World of Indigenous Peoples
203 A
Quality Mentoring Assessment Path (QMAP): An Organizational Roadmap to Program Quality for Youth Mentoring
203 B
The Use of Effective Evaluation for Responsive Philanthropy: Three Minnesota Foundations
204 A
Roundtable Rotation I: Viewing Capacity Building Through a Systems Theory Lens

Roundtable Rotation II: The Best Laid Plans: Evaluation in Complex Community-Based Organizations
204 B
Complexity, Context and Change: Advocacy and Policy Change Evaluation Strategies That Work
205 A
Using Environmental Scans to Increase the Validity of Evaluations With Diverse Populations
205 B
New Twists on Qualitative Methodologies
205 C
Fidelity or Reasonable Adaptation? A New Look at Local Variation to Improve Program Impact
205 D
Roundtable Rotation I: New Opportunities for Evaluation Capacity Development in Francophone Africa - Historic Breakthrough or False Dawn?

Roundtable Rotation II: Building the Capacity of Local Partners for Monitoring and Evaluation in Complex International Development Interventions
206 A
Roundtable Rotation I: Using Evaluation Tools: Minus The Evaluation

Roundtable Rotation II: Measuring the Client-Consultant Relationship and its Impact on Evaluation Capacity Building
206 B
Educational Evaluation With Vulnerable Youth: Challenges and Best Practices with Foster Care, Migrant Students, ESL Classrooms, and Urban Schools
207 A
Evaluation in Prevention, Treatment, and Post-treatment Stages
207 B
The Complex Ecology of Diversity: Strategies & Stories of Evaluation From Multiple Perspectives
208 C/D
Roundtable Rotation I: An Evaluation of a Food & Child Nutrition Program in a School District in Texas

Roundtable Rotation II: Applying Developmental Evaluation Approaches to Health Evaluations: Learning Through Sharing and Reflection
209 A
Roundtable Rotation I: Using Think-Aloud Protocols in the Development of Alternate Assessments for Students With Disabilities

Roundtable Rotation II: The Journey to Quality: Challenges Associated With Using Classroom Observations as Evaluation Tools
209 B
Roundtable Rotation I: The Utilities and Methodologies of Policy Evaluation

Roundtable Rotation II: Evaluation Policy, Evaluation Practice, and the Policy Sciences: Exploring Points of Connection
210 A
Evaluating Faculty and Student Use of Digital Resources for Teaching and Learning
211 A
Assessing Impact While Empowering Internal Learning
211 B
Enhancing Evaluation Utility: Relationship Building, Impact Assessment, A Use of Non-significant Results, and the Influence of Evaluator Role Decisions
211 C/D
So You Want to Be a Systems Thinker? Introducing Systems Thinking Into Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Learning Evaluations
212 A
How Sharp Are the Knives in the Drawer? Evaluating Professional Workshops, Performance Management, and Organizational Relevance
212 B
Collaboration on a Course-Based Evaluation: The Student, Instructor, and Client Perspectives
213 A
Collaborative Evaluations: Successes, Challenges, and Lessons Learned
213 B

 

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