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Monday, February 27 • 8:15am - 9:45am
(ARCHES) MESRE Workshop: Evaluation of Educational Innovations

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The focus of this session is to provide participants time to practice using a logic model to select educational outcomes and processes, and to explore theories or rationales linking program processes to outcomes. As a process-oriented program evaluation approach, the logic model can illuminate change processes and the context in which the educational innovation is embedded. Using case studies of educational innovations provided by the presenters, workshop participants will select program outcomes and processes that could be used to explore how the case study innovation “works”.

Learning Objectives:
• Utilizing a logic model, select program outcomes for their own innovations that will be valued by key stakeholders.
• Describe program processes that are likely to contribute to the selected outcomes.
• Describe a “theory-in-action” or rationale for how program processes lead to program outcomes.
• Identify features within the context in which the innovation is implemented that are likely to impact or generalize program outcomes.

Speakers: Christy Boscardin, PhD & Anne Vo, PhD

Facilitators: Cha Chi Fung, PhD




Monday February 27, 2017 8:15am - 9:45am
ARCHES

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