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The Naturalistic Evaluation
The Naturalistic Evaluation
The Naturalistic Evaluation
The Naturalistic Evaluation
The Naturalistic Evaluation
The Naturalistic Evaluation
The Naturalistic Evaluation
The Naturalistic Evaluation
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The Naturalistic Evaluation

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  • 1. Naturalistic Evaluation
  • 2. Egon Guba
    • Doctorate in statistics and measurement (University of Chicago)
    • Taught at:
      • University of Chicago (4 years)
      • University of Kansas City
      • Ohio State University
      • Indiana University- Bloomington (25 years)
  • 3. Yvonna Lincoln
    • Degrees include:
      • Bachelors degree in history and sociology
      • Master’s degree in history
      • Doctorate in higher education, organizational theory, and program evaluation
    • Taught at Kansas
  • 4. http://search.barnesandnoble.com/BookSearch/results.asp?ATH=Econ+G.+Guba
  • 5. Topic for Today
    • Naturalistic Evaluation
    • Constructivist Evaluation
    • Experimental Design
    • Effective Evaluation
    • Fourth Generation Evaluation
    • They are all the same thing
    Question: What do Constructivist believe?
  • 6. Lincoln said Constructions are the “mental meanings, values, beliefs, and sense-making structures in which humans engage to make meaning from events, contexts, activities, and situations in their lives.” Nomilists Realists Constructivists Positivists Post Modernists Post Positivists Ontology
  • 7. What is Naturalistic Evaluation?
    • Embraces phenomenology
    • Requires full discloser from stakeholders and their “intensive participation”
    “ human instruments” Experiment Observation test Interview survey Methodology
  • 8. Naturalistic Evaluation and Ethics
    • Demands that evaluators are totally ethical
      • Respect all participants
      • Give a voice to the powerless
      • Understand and discover the stakeholders values
      • Look to improve society
  • 9. Naturalistic Evaluation and Rigor
    • How does it measure up to the Joint Committee’s Standards (pg. 445):
      • Utility
      • Feasibility
      • Propriety
      • Accuracy

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