6 edition of Empowerment evaluation found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||David M. Fetterman, Shakeh J. Kaftarian, Abraham Wandersman, editors.|
|Contributions||Fetterman, David M., Kaftarian, Shakeh J., Wandersman, Abraham.|
|LC Classifications||HV91 .E54 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 411 p. :|
|Number of Pages||411|
|ISBN 10||0761900241, 076190025X|
|LC Control Number||95034986|
step empowerment evaluation process) Fetterman, D. and Wandersman, A. (eds). () Empowerment Evaluation. Principles in Practice. New York: The Guilford Press (includes a critique of the method) Paper by Wayne Miller and June Lennie: ‘Empowerment evaluation: A practical method for evaluating a school breakfast program’. The Collaborative, Participatory, and Empowerment (CP&E) Evaluation Topical Interest Group (TIG), is a division of the American Evaluation Association. Drs. David Fetterman, Fetterman & Associates, and Liliana Rodriguez-Campos, University of South Florida are the co-chairs. Approximately one-fourth of the AEA membership is affiliated with this.
Empowerment evaluation is an innovative approach to evaluation. It has been adopted in higher education, government, inner-city public education, nonprofit corporations, and foundations throughout the United States and abroad. Excerpt "Lecture Objectives: To provide students and/or personnel with a basic introduction to empowerment evaluation. To present students and/or personnel with a concise overview of the key tenets, facets and steps of empowerment evaluation. To provide crucial definitions relating to empowerment evaluation terminology in order to enhance general understandings of the topic.
Empowerment Evaluation. Publications. Blog. Shop. More. Selected. PUBLICATIONS. Fetterman & Associates provides a wealth of evaluation resources, including books, articles, and reports to help guide you through the field and make the most informed decisions concerning your needs and goals. Empowerment Evaluation: Knowledge and Tools for Self-Assessment, Evaluation Capacity Building, and Accountability, Edition 2 - Ebook written by David M. Fetterman, Shakeh J. Kaftarian, Abraham Wandersman. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read .
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Beginning where the earlier text Empowerment Evaluation left off, this volume clarifies the 10 principles of empowerment evaluation and applies them to real-world settings in detailed case studies. The editors and contributors have successfully revealed the 'heart and soul' of empowerment evaluation and enthusiastically offer it as a method /5(3).
The book includes 10 empowerment evaluation principles, a number of models and tools to help put empowerment evaluation into practice, reflections on the history and future of the approach, and illustrative case studies from a number of different projects in a variety of diverse settings.
In this Second Edition of Empowerment Evaluation: Knowledge and Tools for Self-Assessment, Evaluation Capacity Building, and Accountability, an outstanding group of evaluators from academia, government, nonprofits, and foundations assess how empowerment evaluation has been used in practice since the publication of the landmark edition.
The /5(5). Aimed at demystifying empowerment evaluation, the book shows readers when to use this form of evaluation and how to more effectively use its three steps (developing a mission statement; taking stock by identifying and prioritizing the most significant program activities; and, charting a course for future strategies to accomplish program goals).
Empowerment evaluation has also touched a nerve among traditional evaluators, stimulating intense discussion in Evaluation Practice.
This high level of intellectual and emotional engagement—both positive and negative—suggests that this approach speaks to issues at.
An Introduction to Empowerment Evaluation: Teaching Materials Bronwyn Sherriff UNISA Institute for Social and Health Sciences Stephen Porter University of Witwatersrand, School of Public and Development Management ABSTRACT Empowerment evaluation is an evaluation approach which entered the evaluation arena in (Miller & Campbell, ).
Empowerment evaluation continues to crystallize central issues for evaluators and the field of evaluation.
A highly attended American Evaluation Association conference panel, titled “Empowerment Evaluation and Traditional Evaluation: 10 Years Later,” provided an opportunity to reflect on the evolution of empowerment evaluation.
learn how to use evaluation concepts and tools to plan, implement, and evaluate.2 It is also manifested in the effort to design and use evaluation to improve program practice.
Empowerment evaluators and community-based organization staff members do not conduct research experiments without the purpose of, or prospect to, improving the program File Size: KB. "Empowerment evaluation signals the end of the days when evaluation was done in isolation of staff members and program participants.
The 'new age' of evaluation enables groups to achieve programmatic goals by putting the power in the hands of those individuals who know their programs and have a stake in seeing the programs : Guilford Publications, Inc.
Empowerment evaluation is an evaluation approach that aims to increase the probability of achieving program success by (1) providing program stakeholders with tools for assessing the planning, implementation, and self-evaluation of their program, and (2) mainstreaming evaluation as part of the planning and management of the program/organization.
This book presents the most current formulation of the 10 principles of EE and provides profess And how can these principles actually be put into practice.
One of the primary tasks in an empowerment evaluation (EE) is to increase the capacity of program stakeholders to plan, /5(7). What principles should guide an empowerment evaluation. And how can these principles actually be put into practice. One of the primary tasks in an empowerment evaluation (EE) is to increase the capacity of program stakeholders to plan, implement, and evaluate their own programs.
This book presents the most current formulation of the 10 principles of EE and provides professionals and. Their recent book Empowerment Evaluation: Knowledge and Tools for Self-assessment, Evaluation Capacity Building, and Accountability (Fetterman et al., Fetterman, Kaftarian, & Wandersman, ), represents the culmination of decades of dialogue.
This collection of scholars and practitioners, led by David M. Fetterman, Abraham Wandersman, and. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: A window into the heart and soul of empowerment evaluation: looking through the lens of empowerment evaluation principles / David M.
Fetterman --The principles of empowerment evaluation / Abraham Wandersman [and others]. In book: Participatory community research: Theories and methods in action (pp) Getting To Outcomes is a tool for conducting an empowerment evaluation approach that fosters.
This Second Edition celebrates 21 years of the practice of empowerment evaluation, a term first coined by David Fetterman during his presidential address for. The book then focuses on the various contexts in which empowerment evaluation is conducted, ranging from resistant environments (in which significant effort is required to move from passive-compliance orientations) to responsive environments (that already have a tradition of self-determination and community organizing).Price: $ Empowerment evaluation is the use of evaluation concepts, techniques and findings to foster improvement and selfdetermination.
34 They are conducted by community and. Empowerment evaluation continues to crystallize central issues for evaluators and the field of evaluation. A highly attended American Evaluation Association conference panel, titled “Empowerment Evaluation and Traditional Evaluation: 10 Years Later,” provided an opportunity to reflect on the evolution of empowerment by: What is Empowerment Evaluation.
From Fetterman & Wandersman (), Empowerment Evaluation Principles in Practice. One approach or “way” of doing evaluation is empowerment evaluation. The aims are to increase the probability of achieving program success by: Providing prevention team with a framework for how to assess, plan, implement and.
Empowerment evaluation is collaborative, engaging faculty, students, and administration in the cyclical process of reflection and action. Empowerment evaluation relies on the theory of process use. Empowerment evaluation theories and tools were used to facilitate organizational transformation at .Empowerment evaluation differs from traditional evaluation approaches in several ways.
In contrast to traditional evaluation, which typically views the evaluator as neutral about whether a programme achieves results or not and reports the facts (usually in retrospective reports),14 empowerment evaluation has a strong value to help the programme succeed; it works with programmes that have.A recent article in the American Evaluation Association Newsletter highlighted the Collaborative, Participatory, and Empowerment group's new book.
It is titled, Collaborative, Participatory, and Empowerment Evaluation: Stakeholder Involvement Approaches (Guilford Press).