Join RMC Research staff next week for the webinar Evaluation Models Aligned to Research Types sponsored by the Technical Evaluation Assistance in Mathematics and Science (TEAMS) project (DRL#1238120)!
Evaluation Models Aligned to Research Types
Presenter: John Sutton, RMC Research Corporation
Moderator: Emma Espel, RMC Research Corporation
Thursday, April 7, 2016; 2:00p – 3:00p ET / 11:00a – 12:00p PT
If you are unable to attend, the PowerPoint slides and webinar recording will be posted to the webinar webpage by the morning after the webinar.
Description: The Common Guidelines for Educational Research and Development (IES/NSF, 2013) suggest that external feedback (peer review, expert panels, advisory boards, external evaluators) is appropriate for evaluating each of the six different research types: foundational research and development; early stage/exploratory; design and development; efficacy studies; effectiveness studies; and scale-up studies. However, there is little elaboration regarding which type of external feedback works best for a particular type of research, or how an external feedback model might be utilized for particular research types in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) projects. This webinar provides insights into the evaluation of educational research, in particular, participants will increase understanding of the types of evaluation questions that can facilitate communication with projects about how the evaluation of research looks different from impact evaluation.
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this webinar are those of the TEAMS PI and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation; NSF has not approved or endorsed its content.