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Student assistance program demonstration project evaluation

Pollard, John A.

Student assistance program demonstration project evaluation

final report

by Pollard, John A.

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Published by SWRL in Los Alamitos, CA (4665 Lampson Ave., Los Alamitos 90720) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • California
    • Subjects:
    • Student assistance programs -- California -- Case studies.,
    • Student assistance programs -- California -- Evaluation.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJohn A. Pollard, Denise M. Houle.
      SeriesADP publication ;, no. (adp) 93-2, Publication (California. Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs) ;, no. adp93-2.
      ContributionsHoule, Denise M., Southwest Regional Laboratory., California. Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLB3430.5 .P65 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 60, [1] leaves :
      Number of Pages60
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1049734M
      LC Control Number93622756

      A WORK SPECIFIC CURRICULUM PROJECT SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION PROJECT. IN ADULT EDUCATION. Submitted by Paula S. Smith. Alabama State Department of Education Division of Student I nstructional Services Adult Education Program. RUSSELL. U.S. DEPARTMENT OA EDUCATION Vacs of Educational Research and Itnpeovrnnt. ED . Hurricane Recovery Plan Grant Program National Maccabi Games And Arts Festival 24x7 Sobriety Monitoring Program Pilot 4 Kids Of Florida Foster Parent Recruitment Project A State Of Vision License Plate Able Adults - Hillsborough About Face Abstinence Education Program Academic Program Contracts Access To Better Learning And Education. Independent Project Requirements; Qualifying Evaluation; The Quals Defined. The Qualifying Evaluation is the first department-wide evaluation of students in the Ph.D. program. Students must pass the Qualifying Evaluation within years of study or petition for an extension; the years excludes any time a student may be on leave status. A project evaluation reviews the production process and determines the effectiveness of a completed project. These evaluations are important, determining whether the project is worth repeating, results were accurate, what changes and adjustments need to be made, and how the process can be used for the success of.

      The proposed project was designed to fully develop at least six such innovations into case studies. The project, titled Measuring and improving student course engagement and learning success through online student evaluation systems, pursued the questions: how can we measure student engagement and learning success using student evaluation.


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