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Unit 1 Module 4. Explain: Roles of the Evaluator. Introduction to Educational Evaluation 5100-652 Dr. Kristin Koskey. Multiple Personalities. Grubbs, 2009; Mark, 2002; Patton, 2007; Skolits et al., 2009. Pre-Evaluation Stage. Role of the detective Learn about the context

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unit 1 module 4

Unit 1 Module 4

Explain: Roles of the Evaluator

Introduction to Educational Evaluation

5100-652

Dr. Kristin Koskey

multiple personalities
Multiple Personalities

Grubbs, 2009; Mark, 2002; Patton, 2007; Skolits et al., 2009

pre evaluation stage
Pre-Evaluation Stage
  • Role of the detective
    • Learn about the context
    • Conduct an evaluability assessment
  • Role of the negotiator
    • Reach an agreement on the evaluation
  • Role of the designer
    • Develop the evaluation plan
pre evaluation stage role of the detective
Pre-Evaluation Stage: Role of the Detective
  • Learn about the context
    • What is to be evaluated?
    • Who is the client?
    • Why was this program initiated?
    • What are the program goals?
    • What activities are believed to lead to these intended goals?
    • What is the theory behind these program goals
    • What is the political climate surrounding the evaluation?
    • Who are the most relevant stakeholders?
    • Who are the beneficiaries of the program?
    • Has this program been previously evaluated? If so, what have different stakeholders observed as a result of the program?
    • What data already exist on this program?
pre evaluation stage role of the detective continued
Pre-Evaluation Stage: Role of the Detective Continued
  • Determine the evaluability of the project
    • Identify whether the program model is clear.
    • Check the alignment between the program activities and program model
    • Determine if the program goals are achievable
    • Determine if the stakeholders information needs are feasible
    • Assess whether the stakeholders and you agree on the evaluation goals and uses
pre evaluation stage role of detective continued
Pre-Evaluation Stage: Role of Detective Continued
  • When and when not to get involved
pre evaluation stage role of detective continued1
Pre-Evaluation Stage: Role of Detective Continued
  • When to and when not to get involved
pre evaluation stage role of negotiator
Pre-Evaluation Stage: Role of Negotiator
  • Reach an agreement on:
    • Evaluation to be conducted
    • Goals of the evaluation
    • How it will be conducted
    • Timelines
    • Budget
    • Who will do what and when
    • Use of evaluation findings
pre evaluation stage role of designer
Pre-Evaluation Stage: Role of Designer
  • Evaluation model(s) based on the evaluation goals
  • Research design
  • Methodology
  • Data sources to be collected
    • Formative and summative
  • Strategies for data analysis and reporting
  • Budget
active evaluation stage
Active-Evaluation Stage
  • Role of the diplomat
    • Build good working relationships and trust with the stakeholders
  • Role of the researcher
    • Implement the evaluation plan
  • Role of the judge
    • Program strengths and weaknesses
    • Value, merit, worth of whatever is being evaluated
  • Role of the reporter
    • Determine audience(s)
    • Communicate relevant evaluation results
    • Provide recommendations
post evaluation stage
Post-Evaluation Stage
  • Role of the advocator
    • Educate stakeholders how to use the evaluation results
    • Promote stakeholders use of the evaluation results
  • Role of the reflector
    • Engage in self-reflection as a professional
      • What worked well and what didn’t work well?
      • Is there anything I could have done differently?
      • What skills should I strengthen?
references
References
  • American Evaluation Association (2009). Guiding principles for evaluators. American Journal of Evaluation, 30(1), 5-6.
  • Fitzpatrick, J. L., Sanders, J. R., & Worthen, B. R. (2011). Program evaluation: Alternative approaches and practical guidelines (4th ed). Boston, MA: Pearson.
  • Grubbs, S. T. (2009). An evaluation of an alternative teacher certification program: A matter of trust. American Journal of Evaluation, 30(4), 581-586. 
  • Mark, M. M. (2002). Toward better understanding of alternative evaluator roles. In K. E. Ryan & T. A. Schwandt (Eds.), Exploring evaluator role and identity (pp. 17-36). Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.
  • Patton, M. Q. (2007). Utlization-focused evaluation (4th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage
  • Skolitis, G. J., Morrow, J. A., & Burr, E. M. (2009).Reconceptualizing evaluator roles. American Journal of Evaluation, 30(3), 275-295. doi: 10.1177/1098214009338872