Choosing an Evaluation Model


At the end of their last meeting, Judy Hallowell distributed information on choosing an evaluation model, with specifics on why, how, and when each model might be employed. Judy asked the committee to read and consider the information before today's meeting so that they would be able to get right into the task.

Now that the Grandview special committee had supplied enough information and worked with Judy so that she could write the evaluator's program description, they were ready to move on with their work. With Judy's help they would choose an evaluation model that would aid them in conceptualizing the evaluation task. Judy commented on some of the more commonly chosen models—the discrepancy, transaction, ...

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