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Performance Evaluation: Proven Approaches for Improving Program and Organizational Performance by Ingrid Guerra-López

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CHAPTER 8

THE CIPP MODEL

This review of the CIPP (context, input, process, products) model developed by Daniel Stufflebeam presents the four aspects of the model. It then touches on some of the strengths and weaknesses of the approach and offers a brief analysis of a sample application.

The CIPP, proposed by Daniel Stufflebeam (1967), is a framework intended to guide formative and summative evaluations of projects, programs, personnel, products, institutions, and systems. This acronym denotes the model's basic concepts, which focus on evaluating an entity's contexts, inputs, processes, and products.

Like other evaluation models, it was created in response to the limitations that traditional experimental design, objectives-based evaluation, and ...

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