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Session Schedule for: Saturday, Oct 27, 2:40 PM to 4:10 PM

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Session Title
A Common Evaluation Framework for Climate Change Education: Reflections and Lessons Learned From Evaluators on Climate Change Education Initiatives Funded by a Collaboration of Federal Agencies
102 B
Innovative Evaluation Approaches in Complex Youth Environments
102 C
Engaging the Ecology: Questions for Relevance, Relationship, and Responsibility in Human Systems
102 D
Evaluating Large Scale Teacher Professional Development
102 E
Moving Beyond the Standard Bar Graph: Data Visualization Basics for Evaluators
200 A
The 3 R’s of an Evaluation Business: Relevance, Responsibilities and Relationships
200 B
Longitudinal Analysis in Evaluation
200 C
Building Evaluation Capacity to Support Short and Long-term Organizational Impact
200 D
Linking Evaluation Planning to the Program Life Cycle
200 E
Evaluation of CDC’s National Tobacco Education Campaign Phase I: A Regional Pilot
200 F
Challenges and Approaches to Complex Programs: Evaluating the North Carolina Alliance to Create Opportunity Through Education (NC OPT ED)
200 G
From Outputs to Impacts: Emerging Approaches to Track Scientific Research Impacts
200 H
Understanding Content and Context: Evaluating a Complex Nonformal Youth Development Science Program
200 I
Establishing Trust With Diverse Stakeholders in Complex Evaluation Environments
200 J
Assessing Impact of Science and Technology and Media in Global Programs
201 A
The John the Baptist Syndrome: Now that Everyone’s Listening, What can You Really Say? Evaluation Complications in Complex Ecologies
201 B
Grappling With Relevance of "Value for Money" in the Complexity of Evaluating Policy and Advocacy
202 A
Relationships: Working With Extension Internal and External Constituents
202 B
National Science Foundation and Related Programs: Advances in Evaluating Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Education Programs
203 A
Dynamic Ecologies: How Can Evaluators Help Organizations Manage Change?
203 B
Measuring Resilience: Innovative Approaches to Evaluating Program Contributions to Strengthening Communities' Resilience to Disasters
204 A
Roundtable Rotation I: Developmental Evaluation in Practice: Learning From Real-World Examples

Roundtable Rotation II: Working With New Grantees
204 B
Perceptions of Evaluation: Perspectives From Decision Makers, Evaluators and The Public
205 A
Collecting and Using Race and Ethnicity Data: A Promising and also Perilous Path
205 B
Relevance, Relationships, and Responsibilities in Conducting Evaluation: Approaches and Lessons Learned From a Sodium Reduction in Communities Initiative
205 C
Monitoring and Evaluating Comprehensive HIV Prevention Programs in the United States: New Directions, New Approaches
205 D
Roundtable Rotation I: Improving the Quality of Evaluation Questions: Will A New Checklist Help?

Roundtable Rotation II: Prioritizing Evaluation Capacity Building and Evaluative Inquiry to Improve Prevention Outcomes: Relationships, Responsibilities and Relevance of Federal Funders
206 A
Roundtable Rotation I: Discovering Developmental Evaluation

Roundtable Rotation II: Client Organization as Learning Hub: Collaborative Evaluation to Build Capacity and Promote Organizational Change
206 B
Sensitive Measurement of Out-of-School-Time (OST) Outcomes
207 A
Working With Youth Populations: Challenges and Successes in Evaluation
207 B
Evaluating With and for Justice
208 C/D
Evaluator Characteristics and Programme Evaluability Decisions
209 B
Roundtable Rotation I: Relationships and Relevance as an Internal Evaluator: From Data Provider to Consultant to Partner

Roundtable Rotation II: Internal Evaluation? What’s that? Advancing Evaluation Relevance Within Organizational Ecologies
210 A
Roundtable Rotation I: Instruction for the Future of Higher Education: A Collaborative Evaluation of the Classroom Capture Pilot Project

Roundtable Rotation II: Evaluating an English Conversation Partners Program: An Innovative Approach
210 B
General Education Assessment: How to Get the Findings Used
211 A
Strengthening Collaborative, Participatory, and Empowerment Evaluation: Issues and Perspectives
211 B
Tailoring Evaluation Reporting for Enhanced Use
211 C/D
Using Systems Thinking to Inform Measurement
212 A
Evaluation in “Impossible” Environments: Complexity Challenges and Successes
212 B
Advice to Novice Evaluators: A Discussion With Expert Evaluators
213 A
An Empowerment Evaluation Dashboard: A Tool To Monitor and Evaluate Program Performance (Tobacco Prevention Program Evaluation sponsored by the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff’s Minority Sub-Recipient Grant Office and the Arkansas Department of Health)
213 B


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