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This can be the 145th factor within the New instructions for Evaluation sequence from Jossey-Bass. it really is an legitimate booklet of the yankee assessment organization.

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A. (2014). What does it take to be an effective qualitative evaluator? Essential competencies. In L. Goodyear, E. Barela, J. Jewiss, & J. ), Qualitative inquiry in evaluation: From theory to practice (pp. 141–166). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. , King, J. , & Minnema, J. (2005a). Establishing essential competencies for program evaluators. American Journal of Evaluation, 26(1), 43–59. , King, J. , & Minnema, J. (2005b). Using evaluator competencies in university-based evaluation programs. Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation, 20(2), 101–123.

1002/ev COMPETENCIES FOR PROGRAM EVALUATORS IN LIGHT OF ADAPTIVE ACTION 25 practice. For clarity, these will be discussed separately, although ultimately any way forward must necessarily attend to both. Theory Three conceptual issues arise in considering the current status of evaluator competencies: (a) available validity evidence for existing sets of competencies, (b) the likely importance of context in the further development of competencies, and (c) the expectation that using competencies should lead to or be connected with high-quality evaluation practice.

Guiding principles for evaluators (pp. 19–16). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Australasian Evaluation Society (AES). (2013). Evaluators’ professional learning competency framework. html Canadian Evaluation Society (CES). (1999). Essential skills series. ca/essential-skills-series-evaluation Canadian Evaluation Society (CES). (2013). Competencies for Canadian evaluation practice. 1002/ev COMPETENCIES FOR PROGRAM EVALUATORS IN LIGHT OF ADAPTIVE ACTION 35 Coryn, C. L. , & Hattie, J. A. (2006). The transdisciplinary model of evaluation.

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