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Evaluation Questions

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Information Required

Research Design

Information Data Source

Method of Data Collection

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to answer the question constructs or variables on which information will be collected, i.e. school records, meeting minutes, survey results, review of content.

are specific data points about an aspect of a project—basically, what will be measured in order to answer the evaluation questions.

might be determined by looking at similar studies. It may be useful to separate formative and summative.

identifies from whom or what entity data will be collected.

are overarching questions about a project’s merit, worth, or significance.

is how we collect evidence. Basically, the means by which information will be gathered, such as surveys, focus groups, interviews, observations, anecdotal notes, and institutional database queries.

identifies when and how frequently data will be collected

is the approach to be used for making sense of the data, basically how the information will be transformed to reach conclusions in relation to the evaluation questions.

is the individual or institution that will be tasked with collecting the needed information.


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