The Logic and Practice of Evaluation - A Distance Course with Dr. Michael Scriven, Claremont Graduate University
Introduction to Evaluation: The Logic and Practice of Evaluation
with Dr. Michael Scriven
November 1 and 2, 2008
10 am - 1 pm PST each day
In this course, the participants will spell out the logic of evaluation, which is a common core in the nine main branches of the field. Then the class will look at a general checklist for program evaluation, and how to apply it to real cases. Finally, the group will take on some of the most common fallacies about evaluation, and some other interesting puzzles and traps that evaluators run into frequently.
This course will be taught in a live "virtual classroom" setting for 2 days, 3 hours per session. The courses are open to participants from anywhere on the globe.
We are pleased to be able to offer these courses to a limited group of participants for the low cost of $150 per person.
The program is designed to be completed from a distance with the aid of electronic video and voice contact, electronic whiteboard, and asynchronous access to the recordings of each class.
Technology Requirements: Computer microphone and speakers necessary. Webcam a plus.