Three Approaches to Evaluating and Interpreting Progress/Success With Your Partnership
Ask Interpretive Questions
|A.||Who was involved? Who was influential? Who else was significant? Who has resources? Who was cooperative? Who started? Who joined later? Who is still not involved? Who_______________?|
|B.||What was our focus? What were the major events? What were the main purposes? What were the failures? What were the interests of people involved? What did we learn? What_______________?|
|C.||How did we get started? How did we sustain the activity? How were decisions made? How were resources used? How much influence did various participants have? How were students involved in the planning? How_______________?|
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Publication information: Book title: Renaissance in the Classroom: Arts Integration and Meaningful Learning. Contributors: Gail Burnaford - Editor, Arnold Aprill - Editor, Cynthia Weiss - Editor. Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Place of publication: Mahwah, NJ. Publication year: 2001. Page number: 245.
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