Evaluating Complex System Interventions Evaluation 2009 Professional Development Workshop Beverly Parsons and Meg Hargreaves. What is a System?. A group of interacting, interrelated, and interdependent elements forming a complex whole
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Initiative Renewal Design
Sensitivity to initial conditions
Pattern formation and points of influence
Small differences can create large effects.
The past influences but does not predict the future.
Many points of influence exist.
Boundaries, differences, and relationships are levers of influence toward a purpose.
Simple rules underlie patterns.
Pattern-based feedback and actions are iterative.
Tensions are not resolved.
Patterns are outcomes.
Make Meaning from Data
Learning through Engineering Design and Practice
The external evaluation focused on:
The fundamental conceptual shift in this project was from:
Scale-up involved two tracks:
Communities of Learning, Inquiry, and Practice (CLIPs)
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Concrete support in time of need
Knowledge of parenting and child development
Social and emotional competence of child