Understanding Evaluations of Environmental Education Programs
From Evaluation Toolkit
This article provides instruction on how to read and interpret an evaluation of an environmental education program. Topics include the benefits of conducting a sound evaluation and finding programs with similar goals as examples. Recommendations include understanding the program description, target population, methods of measurement, and the reliability and validity of the evaluation, and making use of findings and conclusions. Some examples of program evaluations are included.
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EETAP Resource Library is a project of Environmental Education and Training Partnership effort. The goal of the Resource Library is to increase educators' access to and use of databases such as ENC and ERIC. This information sheet may be freely reproduced for educational purposes.
DLESE Catalog ID: EVAL-TLKT-000-000-000-172
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Publisher: North American Association for Environmental Education
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