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1 Evaluation Gaye Manwaring University of Dundee

2 Evaluation When the cook tastes the food it is formative. When the guest tastes the food it is summative.

3 Evaluation Cycle

4 Methods of data collection Observation Interview Self-report forms Documentary analysis Participatory approaches quantitative and qualitative

5 Participatory approaches involve stakeholders empower individuals are creative, responsive and flexible let participants choose topics, make recommendations and plan changes need time, commitment and open minds encourage collaboration, learning and organisational growth

6 Participatory approaches nominal group technique round robin traffic lights aeroplane head, heart, dustbin, carrier bag quality/importance grids what why plan

7 Features Nominal Group Technique participants generate the issues identifies low level issues that concern many people can be anonymous may enhance negative feelings

8 Features Round Robin individual views a measure of how representative they are the lecturer could also join the group as a participant

9 Features Traffic Lights individual views can track changes over time visually attractive can be used as a starting point for deeper discussions

10 Features Aeroplane very quick anonymous fun snapshot view

11 Features Head, Heart, Dustbin, Carrier Bag cognitive and affective positive and negative very personal looks forward for individual plans

12 Features Quality Importance Grid includes topics from participants and facilitators identifies where to focus resources participants discuss possible improvements and solutions

13 Features What Why Plan allows negatives to be turned round with ideas for improvement uses group discussion uses & values the experiences & expertise of the participants

14 References Office of Evaluation and Strategic Planning (1997) Who Are the Question makers? A Participatory Evaluation Handbook. New York: United Nations Development Programme Zukoski, A. and Luluquisen, M. (2002) Participatory Evaluation The Evaluation Trust, Reading Harvey, J. (1999) Evaluation Cookbook. Edinburgh: Learning Technology Dissemination Initiative

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