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Course Description

In this foundational course, participants will receive an overview of models and approaches used to conduct program and policy evaluations in the educational setting. Students will cover all phases of an evaluation including the problem statement, evaluation design, evaluation purpose statements, variable measurement, analysis of results, and identifying the relationship between those results and future program performance.

Course Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: 

  • Understand the relationship between assessment, analysis, and evaluation
  • Explain components of evaluation models
  • Identify strong and weak examples of evaluation problem and purpose statements and research questions.
  • Provide a broad overview of evaluation theory and techniques
  • Prepare evaluation results and restate the relationship among policy, planning, and evaluation

Notes

This course is an open enrollment course. No application is required and registration is available by clicking "Add to Cart." Current students must register with their Georgetown NetID and password. New students will be prompted to create an account prior to registration.

Applies Towards the Following Certificates

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Type
Live Online
Days
Sa
Time
9:00AM to 5:00PM
Dates
Oct 08, 2022 to Oct 15, 2022
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
14.0
Course Tuition
Tuition non-credit $799.00
Instructors
Section Notes

 

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Live online classes are small to support highly interactive engaged learning and collaboration, deliver the same learning objectives as classroom courses, and count towards the completion of a Georgetown certificate.

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  • live lectures, discussions, activities, and the dynamic exploration of topics and concepts
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  • networking and the creation of social connections with other professional learners in a global classroom

 

 

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