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  • Assessment and Evaluation of International Programs 2 nd Annual International Social Work Conference Boston 2008
  • Facilitator
    • Sally Mathiesen, Ph.D., LCSW
    • Associate Professor in the San Diego State University School of Social Work
  • Session Overview
    • Introduction of Panelists
    • Philip McCallion’s presentation
    • Margaret Lombe’s presentation
    • Comments among all panelists
    • Open for discussion with audience
  • Philip McCallion, Ph.D., ACSW
    • Professor in the School of Social Welfare at the University at Albany
    • Hartford Geriatric Social Work Faculty Scholar and Mentor
    • Director of the Institute for Social Services Research and Development
      • Within the institute, Dr. McCallion directs the Center for Excellence in Aging Services and the NIDA-funded Child Welfare, Drug Abuse and Intergenerational Risk Research Center.
  • Margaret Lombe, Ph.D.
    • Assistant Professor in the Boston College Graduate School of Social Work
    • Faculty Associate at the Center for Social Development at Washington University.
  • Topics for Discussion
    • What components of an international exchange should be included in an evaluation?
    • How can reciprocity be incorporated into evaluation efforts?
    • What are the gaps in evaluation of international exchanges?
    • What steps are needed to improve evaluation efforts?
    • What evaluation instruments (process, outcome) are currently in use?  
    • What assessment instruments (for students, field supervisors, etc.) are currently in use?