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close this bookImproving agricultural extension. A reference manual. (1997)
close this folderPart II - Improving extension programmes and processes
close this folderChapter 11 - Evaluating extension programmes
View the document(introduction...)
View the documentGetting started with evaluation: Avoiding a passive sabotage of evaluation efforts
View the documentSelecting evaluation purposes: Unclear purposes ensure unsatisfying evaluations
View the documentRecognizing the politics of evaluation: Know the stakeholders or you will be sorry
View the documentSelecting alternative approaches and models: Which model for which purpose?
View the documentFocusing the evaluation effort: You can't evaluate everything, so let's set limits
View the documentSelecting methods for programme evaluation: Choosing the right tool for the task
View the documentSelecting methods for evaluation of teaching and learning: How do we know that learning has happened?
View the documentInterpreting findings and data: To what do we compare the findings?
View the documentManaging the work: Who will be responsible for what?
View the documentUsing evaluation findings for improving extension: Who should be told what?
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