Course level: "Graduate"
"In this course, students explore program evaluation models and methods utilized in learning organizations. Both formative and summative methods are discussed, and their merits and faults are debated. Accreditation issues are among the key topics, and the influence of leadership style on program evaluation methods is examined. Competency A: Examine the influence of leadership style on program evaluation methods. Competency B: Apply evaluation theories to support decision making in program evaluation. Competency C: Justify the selection of the appropriate research design and data collection methods for program evaluation and improvement. Competency D: Formulate effective evaluation plans based on the context of the program. Competency E: Describe leadership roles and responsibilities in designing, implementing, and reporting program evaluation. Competency F: Analyze data in the framework of programmatic evaluation. Competency G: Examine the relationship between programmatic evaluation and accreditation."
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What you'll learn
What you’ll learn