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  • Typologies of Evaluation and methods

    Introduction: In this section, we will introduce other types of evaluation, this time categorized according to their actors (personal, interpersonal, group), to their functionality (formative, summative) and their nature (quantitative, qualitative). In this way, would be possible for the trainer planning in advance with kind of evaluation would like to implement and also which outcomes would be foreseen. Sometimes evaluation…

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  • Evaluation in Learning Process

    Introduction: In every walk of life, the process of evaluation takes place in one or the other form. It is only through evaluation that one can learn. The whole cycle of social development revolves around the evaluation process. Content: Evaluation plays an enormous role in the learning process. It helps trainers and learners to improve training and learning. Evaluation is…

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  • The importance of understanding the learners' context and valorize it during training activities.

    Introduction: The evaluation report should be structured in a manner that reflects the purpose and questions of the evaluation and should be clearly addressed for proposing changes and proposing adaptation in the future model of the training. The specific evaluative rubrics should be used to ‘interpret’ the evidence and determine which considerations are critically important or urgent. Evidence on multiple…

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  • Develop recommendations

    Introduction: Evaluations often make recommendations about how a program can be improved, how the risk of program failure can be reduced or whether a program should continue. However, not all evaluations include recommendations. It is important to clarify whether recommendations are expected when developing the evaluation brief, terms of reference or scope of work. Content: Why is important to dedicate…

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  • Introduction: Many methodologies can be used for collecting data, even too many if we are not fully aware of the way we are going to use them. Content: DIFFERENT METHODS OF COLLECTING INFORMATION METHOD ADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGES Surveys (Mail) · Many people can be surveyed · Not time-consuming · Relatively inexpensive · Everyone gets the same instrument · Objective interpretation ·…

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