Participatory Evaluation in Education: Studies in Evaluation Use and Organizational Learning

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Subject Index

a
action research 8 , 10 , 75 , 86 , 87-9 , 93-5 , 98 , 99 , 100-1 , 104-5 , 162
emancipatory 10 , 101 , 105
historical perspective on 86 , 100
practical 87-9 , 105
process issues in 93-5 , 98
social justice and 10
variations in form 87-9 , 100 , 104
applied social research (see evaluation)

c
charitable foundation 72 , 78
classroom assessment 115-38
conflict model 105
curriculum review, development and implementation 22 , 33 , 89-91 , 160 , 161

d
dissemination competence 103

e
educational change 1 , 159 , 174-5
educational research 103 , 115-38
educational researchers 128
evaluation 8 , 9 , 10 , 34 , 79 , 86-7 , 89 , 96-7 , 103-6 , 108 , 115 , 140-55
as a political activity 34 , 90 , 96-7 , 106 , 108
constructivist paradigm in 142-3
democratization of 34
focussed interviews for 22 , 31
international context for 140-55
hyper-rationality and 106 , 164
methodological diversity in 34
purposes 33 , 79 , 86 , 106 , 144
responsive 87 , 104 , 105 , 142
technical rigor 8 , 89 , 105
utilization 9 , 10 , 86-7 , 103
theory 115
evaluation process 21-6 , 33 , 41-3 , 46-9 , 51 , 56-9 , 63-4 , 67 , 69 , 76-81 , 82 , 91 , 92 , 118-25 , 143-5 , 149-50
data analysis 23 , 25 , 42 , 56 , 58 , 63-4 , 67 , 92 , 120 , 145 , 172
data collection 23 , 25 , 42 , 56-7 , 58 , 92 , 119-22 , 144 , 149
dissemination 29 , 43 , 56 , 58 , 78 , 79 , 80 , 81 , 167 , 172 , 177
planning 22 , 25 , 42 , 76 , 79 , 91-2 , 118-9 , 143-4 , 148-50 , 166-7
reporting 23 , 25 , 56-7 , 58 , 64 , 91 , 124-5
ownership of 23 , 25 , 26 , 38 , 62 , 82 , 91 , 118-9 , 149-50
team building 38 , 56-9
evaluation utilization (see utilization of evaluation data)
evaluation of training 140-55
evaluator's role 8 , 9 , 99 , 104 , 106 , 128-9 , 177
emancipation 151
empowerment 9 , 39 , 44 , 45 , 50 , 53 , 63 , 64 , 105 , 127 , 140 , 146-53 , 165 , 168 , 170 , 172
factors influencing 147-50
external evaluation 55-71 , 72-85 , 91-95 , 108-9 , 113-38 , 172 , 177
charitable foundation involvement 72-85 , 109
field centre involvement 55-71 , 108
centre for applied research involvement 91-5
university-based evaluator involvement 55-71 , 91-5 , 115-38

f
field centres 55

h
human learning 5 , 105

i
influences on schools 4 , 33 , 93
internal evaluation 21-32 , 33-53 , 107-8 , 172 , 177
district research unit 21 , 107
requirements of effective 31
model of 33

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