Evaluation Theory, Models, and Applications

Author:   Daniel L. Stufflebeam ,  Anthony J. Shinkfield
Publisher:   John Wiley & Sons Inc
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9780787977658


Pages:   768
Publication Date:   17 April 2007
Format:   Hardback
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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 Committee Program Evaluation Standards.

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Author:   Daniel L. Stufflebeam ,  Anthony J. Shinkfield
Publisher:   John Wiley & Sons Inc
Imprint:   Jossey-Bass Inc.,U.S.
Dimensions:   Width: 18.50cm , Height: 4.40cm , Length: 23.90cm
Weight:   1.351kg
ISBN:  

9780787977658


ISBN 10:   0787977659
Pages:   768
Publication Date:   17 April 2007
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Professional & Vocational
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Out of Print
Availability:   In Print   Availability explained
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Stufflebeam and Shinkfield are renowned contributors to the field of evaluation. ... It would be difficult to come up with two names in evaluation with more credibility... Evaluation Theory, Models, & Applications is a major contribution to the evaluation literature... This text scores very high on both merit and worth. The text is high in quality and should serve both of its intended audiences well. The worth of the text is high because it has a combination of excellence and service addressing a need for well-done evaluations. -William Wiersma, Journal of MultiDisciplinary Evaluation, January, 2009


Stufflebeam and Shinkfield are renowned contributors to the field of evaluation. ... It would be difficult to come up with two names in evaluation with more credibility... Evaluation Theory, Models, & Applications is a major contribution to the evaluation literature... This text scores very high on both merit and worth. The text is high in quality and should serve both of its intended audiences well. The worth of the text is high because it has a combination of excellence and service addressing a need for well-done evaluations. -William Wiersma, Journal of MultiDisciplinary Evaluation, January, 2009


Stufflebeam and Shinkfield are renowned contributors to the field of evaluation. ... It would be difficult to come up with two names in evaluation with more credibility... Evaluation Theory, Models, & Applications is a major contribution to the evaluation literature... This text scores very high on both merit and worth. The text is high in quality and should serve both of its intended audiences well. The worth of the text is high because it has a combination of excellence and service addressing a need for well-done evaluations. -William Wiersma, Journal of MultiDisciplinary Evaluation, January, 2009


Author Information

Daniel L. Stufflebeam, Ph.D., is Distinguished University Professor and Harold and Beulah McKee Professor of Education at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo. He founded the Evaluation Center at Ohio State University in 1965 and was its director until 2002. Anthony J. Shinkfield, Ed.D., has served in numerous positions in education leadership, including assistant director, Research and Planning Directorate, Education Department of South Australia. He is currently involved in the evaluation of independent schools and universities in Australia.

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