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    • eStudy courses will be recorded and made available for 14 days to all paid registrants, beginning in January 2014
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    eStudy 072
    eStudy 072

    eStudy072:Evaluation-Driven Deep Whole-System Change- Jane Davidson & Joanne McEachen
    Dates: Monday, June 20 and Wednesday, June 22 from 3:00pm-4:30pm ET
    Length: 3/6 total contact hours
    Description: What does it take to design and lead deep whole-system change, and why are evaluative thinking, frameworks, tools, and systems crucial for making it happen? In this eStudy, you will learn about a powerful whole-system change framework, built on evaluative thinking,  that can be used to design, drive, and track systemic change in virtually any context. To illustrate, we have a compelling case example from education. User-friendly evaluative frameworks are used at every level of the system to diagnose root causes and design the right mix of approaches to address them. The evaluative monitoring helps enable and drive the change. Rubric methodology is used to ensure that we make the important measurable, especially those more intangible outcomes that often matter more.This eStudy will occur in two 1.5-hour sessions and will include preparation materials sent before, between, and after the sessions. 

    Day 1 | Monday, June 20:Overview and explanation of the evaluation-driven deep systems change model, using education as an example. Plenty of time for Q&A.

    Day 2 | Wednesday, June 22: A deeper explanation of  the tools, systems, and evaluative thinking  that form the basis of the approach – driven heavily by participant interest and questions submitted before, during, and after Day 1. We can also share some examples of other tools and systems we have developed for different projects, including the New Pedagogies for Deep Learning 10-country partnership. 

    Dr. Jane Davidson is an international thought leader in evaluation, known for developing cutting-edge methodologies that make evaluation practical, user-friendly, and actionable. She is best known for developing evaluation rubrics, and for her work on qualitative and mixed method approaches to causal inference. She also has deep expertise in systems and organizational culture change. Jane launched and directed the world’s first fully Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Evaluation at Western Michigan University, was 2005 recipient of the American Evaluation Association’s Marcia Guttentag Award, and is author of the leading text on evaluation-specific methodology (Sage). She is based in Seattle, and is President of Real Evaluation and Co-Founder and Vice President of The Learner First.

    Joanne McEachen is an internationally recognized expert in educational systems change. She is Co-Founder, President and Chief Destiny Changer of The Learner First, where she draws on her extensive experience leading change at every level of the education system, as a teacher, a principal, a regional manager/superintendent, and a whole-country level systems change leader. Joanne also serves as Global New Measures Director for New Pedagogies for Deep Learning: A Global Partnership, alongside her other business partners, Michael Fullan and Joanne Quinn. This 10-country, 1000-school initiative includes countries such as Finland, Australia, Uruguay, New Zealand, The Netherlands, Canada, and the USA. 

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    Last day to register is June 20th before 10am ET.


     

     

    eStudy 073
    eStudy 073

    eStudy 073:Online Tools and Strategies for Empowerment Evaluation at Google and Beyond: Building Evaluation Capacity by Harnessing the Power of Rubrics- David Fetterman and Jason Ravitz
    Dates:
    Thursday June 16th and June 23rd from 2:30pm-4:00pm ET 
    Length: 3/6 total contact hours
    Description: This eStudy will present the use of conceptual and technological tools to build empowerment evaluation capacity at Google and in higher education.  The conceptual tools include a 3-step process and an evaluation planning worksheet. The technological tools include: Google Docs (online word-processing and collaborative composing), Doctopus (to organize and assess student work), Goobrics for Students (to facilitate peer-to-peer assessment), electronic postcards, and digital video.

    Day 1: Thursday, June 16, 2016: The focus of day 1 will be on conceptual tools, specifically a 3-step process and an evaluation planning worksheet.

    Day 2: Thursday, June 23, 2016: The focus of day 2 will be on technological tools, specifically: Google Docs (online word-processing and collaborative composing), Doctopus (to organize and assess student work), Goobrics for Students (to facilitate peer-to-peer assessment), electronic postcards, and digital video.

    David Fetterman is president & CEO of Fetterman and Associates, an international evaluation consultation firm.  He has 25 years of experience at Stanford University, in administration, School of Education, and the School of Medicine.  He is a past-president of the American Evaluation Association and co-chair of AEA’s Collaborative, Participatory, and Empowerment Evaluation TIG. He has received the Myrdal and Lazarsfeld awards for contributions to evaluation theory and practice. He is the founder of empowerment evaluation and the author of 16 books.

    Jason Ravitz is the Educational Outreach Evaluation Manager at Google, focusing on increasing representation in K-12. In over 12 years. He's worked at Buck Institute for Education leading project based learning, teacher professional development and educational technologies. He has a Ph.D. (1999) from Syracuse University in Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation, obtained while working at BBN Educational Technologies in Cambridge, MA studying pioneering Internet-using teachers and schools

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    Last day to register is June 16th before 10am ET.



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