An action research strategy for selecting and conducting program evaluations.
Pschology in the Schools
Describes a strategy for school psychologists to use in selecting the types of program evaluation required to meet system needs. Dimensions of program evaluation—target, purpose, and stage—relevant to school psychologists are described and defined and combined into a conceptual framework indicating 48 different types of program evaluation. The proposed model incorporates relevant aspects of existing program evaluation strategies and action research, affording practitioners a strategy for selecting and conducting program evaluations. Suggested steps for implementing the action research strategy, as well as a hypothetical example of its use, are offered.
Midkiff, Jr., Robert McKinley and J.P., Burke. "An action research strategy for selecting and conducting program evaluations.." Pschology in the Schools 24, no. 2 (1987) : 135-144.
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