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How to Communicate Evaluation Findings
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How to Communicate Evaluation Findings


Volume: 9
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Educational Research | Evaluation

December 1987 | 96 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Evaluation is only of use if its results are communicated to users and stakeholders -- this volume demonstrates how this is done. The authors argue that communication needs to take place throughout the evaluation process. The importance of maintaining a variety of channels of formal and informal reporting mechanisms is shown. The need to tailor the medium and the message for intended audiences and uses is also stressed. How to Communicate Evaluation Findings is a substantially revised version of How to Present an Evaluation Report in the original Kit. The book offers practical tips on how to communicate effectively, on using graphs and tables, and on presenting evaluation reports. Appropriate worksheets are provided.
 
Introduction
 
Who Needs to Know What, and When?
 
Forms of Communicating Evaluation Findings
 
Using Tables and Graphs to Present Data
 
An Evaluation Report Outline

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Lynn Lyons Morris

Carol T. Fitz-Gibbon

Carol Fitz-Gibbon initiated the A-Level Information System in 1983 and was Director of the Curriculum, Evaluation and Management Centre from 1989-2003 and Professor of Education at Durham from 1996-2003. She has a continuing interest in cross-age tutoring and Reforms as Experiments in an active retirement. More About Author

Marie E. Freeman

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ISBN: 9780803931343
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