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  1. Program Evaluation 1 Stewart Mennin Bill Burdick

  2. What is a Program?(Programme) • Integration & curriculum change • Faculty development • Program evaluation • Assessment of students • Problem-based learning • Information technology • Community-based learning

  3. What is a Program?(Programme) • Community health & education • Clinical skills • Certification • Research in the sciences basic to medicine

  4. Overview • What & why program evaluation • Evaluation as research • Rules & models • Key components • Design • Challenges

  5. Why Program Curriculum Evaluatıon ? • To understand changes • Make informed decisions about resources • Sustain quality of existing programs • Document & better understand educational programs & events • Educational research

  6. E - Valu - ationWhat is valued? • Need data • for short loop FB • for accreditation • to persuade • to continue changes

  7. Basic Rules • Decision-linked research • Evaluation to improve • Multiple models & methods • Co-evolution • program evaluation & curriculum

  8. Models Of Evaluation To Improve ~ To Prove • CIPP (Context, Input, Process, Product) • Stufflebeam • Utilization-Focused • Patton • Goal free • Naturalistic Enquiry • Guba & Lincoln • Kirkpatrick • Logic Model

  9. Kirkpatrick 4 Levels Evaluation of results (transfer or impact on society Long-term outcomes Evaluation of behavior (transfer of learning to workplace Intermediate outcomes Evaluation of learning (knowledge or skills acquired Short-term outcomes Evaluation of reaction (satisfaction or happiness

  10. Societal Organizational Individual Embedded Domains

  11. Composite Evaluation Model Modified Logic Model • To improve • User-oriented & continuous • Decision-linked research • Facilitate change • Involve everyone • Challenge program assumptions • Keep change agenda alive

  12. Modified Logic Model