What is it?

If you evaluate something or someone, you consider them in order to make a judgement about them, for example about how good or bad they are.

Evaluation is the collection of, analysis and interpretation of information about any aspect of a programme of education or training as part of a recognised it's efficiency and any other outcomes it may have. 

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Two distinct evaluations

There are initially two distinct to evaluation 

  • The agricultural/ botanical or scientific approach 
  • The social/ anthropological or illuminative approach
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Levels of education

Level One= project level

Level Two= curriculum level

Level Three= unit level

Level Four= learning step level

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To encourage continuing self-evaluation and reflection and to promote an ongoing, innovative approach. To encourage individual professional growth in areas of interest to the employee. 

Based on evidence and explicit criteria, for the purpose of doing better work in the future. It is one of the best methods of performance appraisal if it can systematically introduce.

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Types of evaluation

  • Summative
  • External
  • Preliminary
  • Formative
  • Internal
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Evaluating techniques

  • Gantt charts,
  • Benchmarking,
  • Master control plan,
  • Critical points,
  • Milestones,
  • Program tech,
  • Review tech,
  • Evidence.
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