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  • American Evaluation Educational Program Evaluation Standards (AES, 1998, p.4)

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  • 1. Reviewed by: Kelli Gallagher, Curtis Kleier, Jennifer Tabassum
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  • 4.
    • Educate yourself about persons involved
    • Tailor your evaluation to meet the needs of all parties involved
    • Inform interested parties of the purpose of your evaluation
  • 5.  
  • 6.
    • American Evaluation Association
    • Guiding Principles
      • Systematic Inquiry
      • Competence
      • Integrity/Honesty
      • Respect of People
      • Responsibilities for General/Public Welfare
    • Evaluators
      • Knowledgeable
      • Multicultural
      • Culturally responsible
    • Distribution of Information
      • Requirements for distribution
      • Inherent Value of Evaluation
      • Ethical Information
    • Canadian Evaluation Society
    • Utility Standards
      • Stakeholder
      • Evaluator Credibility
      • Evaluation Impact
    • Feasibility Standards
      • Political Viability
      • Practicality
      • Disclosure and Reporting
    • Propriety Standards
      • Rights of Human Subjects
      • Fiscal Responsibility
    • Accuracy Standards’
      • Reliability
      • Information Sources
      • Reporting
  • 7.
    • When designing any evaluation the evaluators, participants, program administration need to be considered in all steps of the evaluation
    • There exists cultural predisposition in everyone and they influence the methods and results in the evaluation process
    • Our own culture and the culture of others needs to be considered when planning, carrying out and presenting evaluations
    • Cultural differences need to be met with sensitivity
  • 8.
    • Autralasian Evaluation Society. (1998) Guidelines for ethical conduct of evaluations.
    • www.eval.org
    • www.aes.as.au/ethics.cfm
    • www.europeanevaluation.org
    • www.evaluationcanada.ca