Youth - Young people building Europe


2007

Educational Evaluation in Youth Work – Tkit No10



Paul Kloosterman, Kerstin Giebel, Ozgehan Senyuva

ISBN: 978-92-871-6023-2

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Synopsis

The co-operation between the two institutions covers a wide spectrum of activities and publications, including the Training Kits. T-Kits are thematic publications written by experienced youth trainers and constitute easy-to-use handbooks for use in educational activities.

Contents

Foreword
introduction
The European policy context

1. The Ingredients of Educational Evaluation
1.1 What is Evaluation?
1.2 Why evaluate?
1.3 What is evaluation for?
1.4 What to evaluate?
1.5 Who and for whom?
1.6 When to evaluate?
1.7 Typologies of evaluation
1.8 Educational evaluation In a broader framework
1.9 Educational evaluation and quality In youth work
1.10 Develop your own evaluation!

2. "Pots, pans and spices"
Practicing Educational Evaluation! Educational Evaluation in practice!
2.1 How educational evaluation is built into a project?
2.2 A project within a project
2.3 How to evaluate? Evaluation methods
Personal methods
Interpersonal methods
Group interactive methods
2.4 Feedback
2.5 A critical look at evaluation methods
2.6 Collecting and organising information
2.7 Establishing evaluation criteria
2.8 Reporting the outcomes
29 Evaluation practices
"Takes" - 40 youngsters evaluating
EVS and Leonardo multidimensional evaluation
Madzinga - External evaluation
Evaluation in an E-learning pilot course
Overall evaluation of a Pilot Long Term Training Course
The "good" final evaluation questionnaire
2.10 We still have to cook our meal!

3. Further exploration
Evaluation standards
A tool for developing your own evaluation plan - The SALTO checklist
Bibliography and webography