The activities in this book cover the entire process of evaluation, including: understanding what evaluation isthe politics and ethicsthe influence of culturevarious models, approaches and designsdata collection and analysis methodscommunicating and reporting progress and findingsbuilding and sustaining support.
Each activity includes an overview, instructional objectives, minimum and maximum number of participants, range of time required, materials needed, primary instructional method, and procedures for facilitators to help learners in the most common evaluation practices. New to this edition:Expansion of activities from 72 to 89 captures the evolving nature and needs of evaluation practice with content from professionals in the field who are teaching, training, and practicing evaluation. New and freshly updated activities encourage active learning by offering students an opportunity to apply the concepts covered. Updated chapter introductions and new references and resources have been added to provide readers with more opportunities to ground their teaching and practice.