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Planning for Evaluation

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Evaluation Committee Composition Matrix
To create and conduct your technology evaluation, you need a committee composed of educational stakeholders who will actively work to help create the evaluation. Remember:
  • You will need committee members who represent all aspects of your school community. This means teachers (from a variety of grades and/or subject areas), administrators, parents, community members (e.g., businesspeople), and perhaps students.

  • Do not load your committee with figureheads who are not willing to actually work on the plan.

  • The evaluation process contains many different tasks. You need writers, curriculum people, infrastructure people, people who are good with budgets, and policy people.

  • The commitment to be a part of the technology-evaluation committee is not a short-term commitment. A formative evaluation by definition is ongoing and iterative. The committee members should be willing to assist in you school's technology-evaluation efforts long after the data are collected and reports are written.









Process Tasks
(edition, calling meetings, etc.)

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Taken from Planning into Practice

Adobe PDF downloadable copy of the Evaluation Committee Composition Matrix.

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