Sunday, August 02, 2020
Wednesday, June 17, 2020
Registration is now open for an Empowerment Evaluation Workshop taking place this summer as part of the acclaimed Claremont Evaluation Center’s Professional Development Workshop series. E
To see the complete program including the daily schedule and all worksho
There is limited enrollment so please register ASAP on a first come, first served basis using the link below:
For any further questions, please contact Jessica Renger (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more details.
Graduate Addiction Studies Program at the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff is increasingthe number and diversity of substance use prevention and treatment professionals. They are using empowerment evaluation to monitor their performance and accomplish their goals. Their annual evaluation report was issued this week. For more details contact: Cynthia Troutman, Ph.D., CRC, Interim Program Director, Graduate Addiction Studies Program
Thursday, June 04, 2020
Unpacking a Social Change Board Game Dealing with Sexual Violence Prevention: Empowerment and Participatory Evaluation
Monday, May 25, 2020
Empowerment Evaluation and COVID-19:
Helping Communities Cope, Adapt, and Plan for the Future
The webinar was divided into 3 parts (to facilitate use and minimize overload or fatigue):
1) introduction or overview (including theory and principles)
2) the 3 steps (mission, taking stock, and planning for the future)
3) a demonstration of how to use empowerment evaluation remotely (including Zoom, Google Sheets, and Google Forms)
It was engaging and useful.
They produced a summary of the webinar titled: Building Trust Through Empowerment Evaluation.
Contact me at drdavidfetterman.com or Jade Mahoney for additional details at ARTD Consultants.
Tuesday, May 12, 2020
Empowerment evaluation is a stakeholder involvement approach to evaluation. It is aimed at learning and improving. It helps people learn how to help themselves and become more self-determined, by learning how to monitor and evaluate their own programs and initiatives. Key concepts include a critical friend (evaluator helping to guide their evaluation), cycles of reflection and action, and a community of learners. Principles guiding empowerment evaluation range from improvement to capacity building and accountability. Contact Matt and Megan for additional details.
Friday, May 08, 2020
In case you missed it this morning see Dr. Rajib Nandi's email:Dear Colleagues,ECOI successfully conducted a Webinar on Empowerment Evaluation in association with SLWvA Sri Lanka and InDEC Indonesia. Dr. David Fetterman made an excellent presentation.
Those who could not join the Webinar you may please access the recording through ECOI's Facebook page:Warm regards,Rajib--Rajib Nandi, M.Phil, Ph.DResearch Fellow and Office-in-ChargeInstitute of Social Studies Trust (ISST)(In special consultative status with United Nation's Economic and Social Council)
Friday, May 01, 2020
Empowerment Evaluation Webinar. Learn more about how to help nonprofits, for-profits, communities, schools, and hospitals, evaluate their own performance in order to reach their goals.
Rituu Nanda invited Dr. David Fetterman to present an empowerment evaluation webinar for colleagues in India.Mr. Aniruddha Brahmachari will be the moderator.The date in India was May 8th at 6:30 pm. Register at: https://lnkd.in/gCgiQEFBrief Description of the Webinar
Empowerment evaluation is a stakeholder involvement approach to evaluation. It is aimed at learning and improvement. It helps people learn how to help themselves and become more self-determined, by learning how to monitor and evaluate their own programs and initiatives. Key concepts include: a critical friend (evaluator helping to guide their evaluation), cycles of reflection and action, and a community of learners. Principles guiding empowerment evaluation range from improvement to capacity building and accountability. The basic steps of empowerment evaluation include: 1) establishing a mission or unifying purpose; 2) taking stock – a baseline self-assessment designed to help measure growth and improvement; and 3) planning for the future – establishing goals and strategies to achieve objectives (based on their self-assessment), as well as credible evidence to monitor change. An evaluation dashboard is used to compare actual performance with quarterly milestones and annual goals. The role of the evaluator is that of a coach or facilitator in an empowerment evaluation, since the group is in charge of the evaluation itself. The webinar will highlight how empowerment evaluation produces measurable outcomes with case examples ranging from high tech companies such as Google and Hewlett-Packard to work in rural Arkansas and squatter settlements in South Africa. The webinar will also introduce participants to the theory, concepts, principles, and steps of empowerment evaluation as well as the technological tools to facilitate the approach.
Time: May 8, 2020 06:30 PM in India
Wednesday, April 29, 2020
Friday, February 07, 2020