Evaluation Theory, Models, and Applications
Evaluation Theory, Models, and Applications is designed for evaluators and students who need to develop a commanding knowledge of the evaluation field: its history, theory and standards, models and approaches, procedures, and inclusion of personnel as well as program evaluation. This important book shows how to choose from a growing array of program evaluation approaches.
In one comprehensive resource, the authors have compiled vital information from the evaluation literature and draw on a wide range of practical experiences. Using this book, evaluators will be able to identify, analyze, and judge 26 evaluation approaches. The authors also show how to discriminate between legitimate and illicit approaches based on application of the Joint CommitteeProgram Evaluation Standards.
Evaluation, Methods, Practice, Research
Statistics and Probability
Citation for published book
Stufflebeam, Daniel L., and Anthony J Shinkfield. Evaluation Theory, Models, and Applications. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2007.
Stufflebeam, Daniel and Shinkfield, Anthony, "Evaluation Theory, Models, and Applications" (2007). All Books and Monographs by WMU Authors. 198.