4 edition of Evaluating Literacy for Development found in the catalog.
Evaluating Literacy for Development
H. S. Bhola
June 1990 by Unipub .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||318|
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This book presents a comprehensive treatment of the subject of evaluation as applied to literacy programs, covering evaluation theory, planning, and practice.
Part I discusses questions of definition, context, objectives, and functions of evaluation and presents descriptions and analyses of evaluation paradigms and models. In Part II, the interrelated processes of evaluation planning and ?id=ED Evaluating "literacy for development" projects, programs, and campaigns.
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Pennell offers a step-by-step guide for educators, school leaders, or professional learning communities to evaluate high-quality instructional materials and standards-aligned literacy practices.
It includes a Growing Book by Book makes it easy to find the resources you need for each stage of development. We have book lists, book activities, and early literacy resources for each age group. Delivery of this teaching is best done through play, reading aloud, and talking with children.
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The United Nations Development Programme is therefore increasing its focus on results and how it can better contribute to them.
To support this strategic shift toward results, UNDP needs a strong and coherent monitoring and evaluation framework that promotes learning and performance • provides a blank checklist for evaluating your own learning materials.
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