||Context, input, process, product evaluation model
||Machine generated contents note: 1. Introduction -- 2. The CIPP Evaluation Model: A Framework for Improvement- and Accountability-Oriented Evaluations -- 3. A Case Illustrating Application of the CIPP Model to Evaluate a Self-Help Housing Project -- 4. Evaluation-Oriented Leadership in Launching and Supporting Effective Evaluations -- 5. A Second Case Illustrating Application of the CIPP Model to Evaluate a Service-Learning Project -- 6. Designing Evaluations -- 7. Budgeting Evaluations -- 8. Contracting Evaluations -- 9. Collecting Evaluative Information -- 10. Analyzing and Synthesizing Information -- 11. Reporting Evaluation Findings -- 12. Metaevaluation: Evaluating Evaluations -- Appendix. The CIPP Model in Perspective -- Glossary.
||"The authoritative presentation of a leading evaluation approach, this book describes the CIPP (Context, Input, Process, and Product) Model's origin, concepts, and procedures. Unlike many models, CIPP provides for feedback throughout a program. Richly illustrated with evaluation cases, the book covers methods for engaging stakeholders; designing, budgeting, and contracting evaluations; collecting, analyzing, and reporting information; and conducting metaevaluations. User-friendly features include 26reproducible checklists and forms and references to relevant computer programs. Purchasers get access to a companion website where they can download and print the reproducible tools as well as supplementary materials, including the CIPP Evaluation Model Checklist. Pedagogical Features: *Introduction boxes providing an overview of each chapter. *Within-chapter recaps of key concepts. *End-of-chapter review questions and exercises. *End-of-book glossary. *Appendix listing hundreds of CIPP evaluations across disciplines"-- Provided by publisher.
||"The book's chapters provide background on how and why the CIPP (Context, Input, Process, Product) Model was developed; a detailed presentation of the model; an explanation of the key role of an evaluation-oriented leader, who can decide what and when to evaluate; detailed presentations on evaluation design, budgeting, and contracting; procedures and tools for collecting, analyzing, and reporting evaluation information; and procedures for conducting standards-based meta-evaluations (evaluations of evaluations). These topics are interspersed with illustrative evaluation cases in such areas as education, housing, and military personnel evaluation"-- Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|ISBN||9781462529247 (hardcover : alk. paper)|
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|ISBN||9781462529230 (paperback : alk. paper)|
|ISBN||1462529232 (paperback : alk. paper)|