Evaluation Using Reflective Practice
Are you aware of the different methods you can use for program evaluation? Among them, real-time and developmental evaluation provide organizations with the opportunity to engage in reflective practice. If your organization craves ongoing improvement, please join us for this training with Patty Emord.
- Explore different evaluation approaches that emphasize reflective practice
- Apply reflective practice program evaluation to case studies
- Recognize methods that can be utilized for your own programs and organizations
Reflective practice is a way to study your actions so that you can engage in a process of continuous learning and continuous improvement. It is often employed as a valuable tool for both professional and personal development. It can be used to reflect on organizational practices, policies and processes. Policies, practices, and processes are the foundation of your programs, improving these will improve outcomes.
Program Managers, Executive Directors and for people with some experience of conducting evaluation.
Patty Emord, Ph.D., Collaborative Solutions Consulting, has performed a variety of services that included strategic planning and design, program evaluations, building evaluation capacity, coordinating state-wide research programs, developing evaluation plans, collecting and analyzing data, writing evaluation reports, and facilitating focus groups. Her clients have included persons of color and persons with disabilities from various state government agencies, academia, non-profit social service agencies, community level organizations and tribal community health councils. Dr. Emord completed her Ph.D. in Organizational Learning and Instructional Technologies in May 2009, with an emphasis on using evaluation as a means to organizational learning.
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