A new look

Based on the frequency of posting here it might look as if I’ve decided against this whole blogging thing. I haven’t.  Actually, I’ve been thinking quite a bit about what I want to put out there in the world, on and off the internet.  There’s even a handful of posts waiting for me to click “publish”.   I’ve been blogging without blogging and rather focused on … Continue reading A new look

What are you doing to help yourself learn?

Last week the aea365 blog reposted an intriguing challenge from John LaVelle at Claremont Graduate University.  John asked us to develop our own personal statements about evaluation- what it is, how we do it, and what we draw upon to inform our work.   Evaluation is dominated by theories of evaluation often linked to the work of marquis names.  One of the ways I read John’s … Continue reading What are you doing to help yourself learn?

What are you doing to help your clients learn?

One of the reasons I started this blog is because I am always finding neat evaluation-related content online that I can’t incorporate easily into my work.  I don’t have other evaluators around to discuss things with and I care too much for my colleagues to ask them to pretend to be excited about my online evaluation discoveries. Recently, I found this post on the Education … Continue reading What are you doing to help your clients learn?