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ERIC Number: ED063263
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Jan
Pages: 61
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Guidelines for Project Design, Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation.
Cole, Henry P.; Herlihy, John G.
This document consists of a series of materials designed for use as a workshop to train educational leaders involved in implementing new educational practices and materials in the schools of their region. The materials are prepared as a number of handouts which participants receive in sequence. Participants engage in four major activities, and there are four phases to each activity. Workshop participants are divided into groups of from 5-10 individuals. In the first phase of each activity, participants are provided with information concerning a "hypothetical" curriculum implementation project. This information is typically contained in a handout and is briefly discussed and clarified by the workshop leaders. The second phase of the activity is a problem posed to the participants. The problem requires the participants to act on the information provided to operationalize some aspect of the project. The third phase allows the workshop groups to communicate to one another a summary of the action each group took relative to the problem. A brief discussion follows as the workshop leaders clarify and summarize the main ideas presented by each group. Finally, the fourth phase to each activity is a series of examples of action taken by the workshop leaders in the actual design and implementation of the hypothetical project. During the four activities it becomes clear that project evaluation is an integral part of project design, implementation, and monitoring. Handouts and tables are included. (Author/MJM)
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Authoring Institution: Eastern Regional Inst. for Education, Syracuse, NY.
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Note: Prepared for the National Conference for the Assoc. of Supervision of Curriculum Development, St. Louis, Mo.