Entegro principles of evaluation

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Entegro principles of evaluation

  1. 1. Trivia Did you know that? The word evaluation was first used in 1755. It comes from the French word “evaluer” which means to “find value of”.
  2. 2. Principle No. 1 - Effective evaluation requires recognition of program goals
  3. 3. Example of Goals in Guidance Programs  Monitor Academic progress, attendance and behavioral concerns.  Assist students with planning their sequence of courses.  Allow students to develop a sense of belonging.  Advise students on postsecondary education and careers.
  4. 4. Principle No. 2 - Effective evaluation requires valid measuring criteria
  5. 5. GOAL: Provide each entering student with a series of three career interviews with a counselor CRITERIA: Counting the percentage of students who had such an opportunity to be interviewed GOAL: Provide each student with a broadening of his career understanding CRITERIA: ????????????
  6. 6. Examples of Criteria in Guidance Programs Staff perception Student attitude and interest survey Perception data (parents and students)
  7. 7. Principle No. 3 - Effective program evaluation depends on valid application of the measuring criteria - usable or acceptable - reasonable or justifiable
  8. 8. Principle No. 3 + PROFESSIONAL = COUNSELOR EFFECTIVE EVALUATION
  9. 9. Principle No. 4 - Program evaluation should involve all who are affected
  10. 10. Principle No. 4
  11. 11. Principle No. 5 - Meaningful evaluation requires feedback and followthrough
  12. 12. - Meaningful evaluation requires feedback and followthrough
  13. 13. Principle No. 6 - Evaluation is most effective as a planned, continuous process
  14. 14. Is conducting an evaluation positive or negative?
  15. 15. Principle No. 7 - Evaluation emphasizes the positive strengths and positive weaknesses program improvement
  16. 16. “A Truthful Evaluation Gives Feedback For Growth and Success” - Brenda Johnson Padgitt
  17. 17. Reference - Gibson, R. & Mitchell, M. (1999). Introduction to Counseling and Guidance (5TH Edition). Prentice Hall. New Jersey and Ohio

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