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ERIC Number: EJ1172697
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2018
Pages: 3
Abstractor: ERIC
Benefits of Using the "NADE Self-Evaluation Guides" for Program Development, Improvement, and Evaluation
Neuburger, Jane
NADE Digest, v9 n2 p11-13 Win 2018
The "NADE Self-Evaluation Guides" are a compendium of best practices in four areas: (1) Tutoring Services; (2) Course-based Learning Assistance; (3) the Teaching & Learning Process; and (4) Developmental Coursework, also recently known as transitional, co-requisite, accelerated, or bridge programs, all of which are preparatory-to-college post-secondary coursework. Each of these Guides has over 100 listed best practices, some deemed essential and others recommended, gleaned by a canvass of those in the field and from workshops across the nation to ensure the continuing validity of salient points. They provide a blueprint for developing a program, a reminder of essential items in revamping a program, and/or items to consider for annual or long-term planning. Used for departmental discussions, it provides a non-threatening method to include pertinent stakeholders in assessing programs, evaluating strengths, and mapping out areas in need of improvement. This article outlines the benefits of using the Guides for developing, improving, and evaluating a program.
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Descriptive
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Language: English
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