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ERIC Number: ED264172
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1980
Pages: 164
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How To: Evaluate Education Programs
Fink, Arlene; Kosecoff, Jacqueline
This book presents a compilation of 28 issues of the newsletter, "How To Evaluate Education Programs" from the first one published in September 1977 through the issue of December 1979 on the topic of evaluating educational programs. The subject is covered in the following chapters: (1) How to Choose a Test; (2) How to Rate and Compare Criterion-Referenced Tests; (3) How to Set Evaluation Standards; (4) How to Choose an Evaluation Design; (5) How to Collect Evaluation Information; (6) How to Validate Evaluation Instruments; (7) How to Analyze Data from Evaluations; (8) How to Manage an Evaluation; (9) How to Consider Criterion-Referenced Tests for Evaluation; (10) How to Prove a Program Works; (11) How to Find and Use Good Evaluation Models; (12) How to Collect Accurate Data in the Field; (13) How to Design Achievement Tests; (14) How to Construct Multiple Choice Items; (15) How American Institutes for Research Evaluation Evaluated Bilingual Programs; (16) How to Choose and Use Data Analysis Techniques; (17) How to Cope with Some Practical Problems; (18) How to Conduct a Needs Assessment; (19) How to Write an Evaluation Report; (20) How to Set Minimum Competency Standards; (21) How to Field Test and Validate a Program or Product; (22) How to Make Sense Out of Test Scores; (23) How to Search for Evaluation References; (24) How to Evaluate Teaching; (25) How to Use Questionnaires; (26) How to Use Interviews; (27) How to Evaluate Attitudes; and (28) How to Plan an Evaluation You'll be Proud Of. (JD)
Capitol Publications, Inc., 1300 N. 17th Street, Arlington, VA 22209 ($39.95).
Publication Type: Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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