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Jean King Videos
Here are some short video clips on the evaluative approach to education provide an overview of capacity building and other factors by renowned US educator Dr Jean King. Professor Jean King is a professor of education at the University of Minnesota, and is widely recognised as a world expert in evaluating education.
These video clips aim to answer the questions:
- What are the reasons for taking up the evaluative approach?
- How do we encourage people to make the change towards an evaluative approach?
- What are the challenges to getting skilled evaluators in place?
- How could we best measure outcomes?
- What competencies do good evaluators need?
The information also has a wider application than capacity building, and can speak to evaluation more broadly. The clips may be downloaded for educational uses.
These videos clips were developed from her work in New Zealand with tertiary organisations and evaluators taking part in an external evaluation and review trial in 2008.
1: Making Evaluation Work: The Challenges (2min 45sec)
What are the resons for taking up the evaluative approach?
2: Making Evaluation Work: Supporting factors (2min 38sec)
How do we encourage people to make the change towards an evaluative approach?
3: Making Evaluation Work: Reasons to Evaluate (1min 40sec)
What are the challenges to getting skilled evaluators in place?
4: Making Evaluation Work: People will Change (1min 56sec)
How could we best measure outcomes?
5: Making Evaluation Work: Evaluator Competencies (2min 29sec)
What competencies do good evaluators need?