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(p. 74) Developing an Evaluation Plan
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Julie Q. Morrison

and Anna L. Harms

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190609108.003.0004
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date: 13 April 2021

The objective of Chapter 4 is to provide practical guidelines for developing evaluation plans. Practical tips for writing measurable goals and objectives are provided first following by guidance for developing a logic model based on the program’s theory of change. Guidance is provided for writing evaluation questions and linking the questions to evaluation methods. Useful templates for designing and communicating evaluation plans and roles, responsibilities, and milestones are presented in this chapter. This chapter on developing an evaluation plan incorporates content and concepts from the previous chapters on program evaluation approaches (Chapter 1), evaluating program implementation (Chapter 2), and evaluating teacher professional learning opportunities (Chapter 3).

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