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To celebrate the end of the year, we thought we’d highlight Eval Academy’s top ten posts from 2022.
10. Differences between Theory of Change, Log Frames, Results Frameworks and Logic Models – what are they and when to use them
Noticed how there seem to be lots of evaluation tools doing very similar things? This article selects a few of our favourite tools to compare and contrast.
For quantitative data collection, this article helps you to calculate sample sizes by hand and understand the math behind sample size calculations.
This framework for quantifying qualitative data is one you’ll want to bookmark!
This article looks at how using different evaluation strategies or frameworks like Formative Evaluation and Developmental Evaluation can help you to craft those perfect evaluation questions.
We’ve all heard of reflective evaluation practice, but what is reflexive evaluation practice? This article breaks it down for you and outlines tools and ideas for reflexion.
The Likert Scale is one of the more commonly used rating scales in surveys. As evaluators, we should know a thing or two about it, and how to navigate some of the decisions involved in using a Likert Scale, and this article does exactly that!
Ever heard of the RE-AIM Framework? This article provides an account of what it is and how to use the framework in your evaluation planning, implementation, and reporting.
At number 10 last year and moving up through the ranks, this article provides you with some examples of evaluation questions to inspire your own.
Last year’s top post has moved into second place! This article outlines what an evaluation question is and points to consider when drafting your evaluation question. An ongoing top contender!
Our top post for 2022 supports evaluators who are new to qualitative data analysis. We start by defining thematic analysis, then give you a 5-step process to complete your own analysis. We end the article by highlighting some common challenges with thematic analysis. It’s not one to miss!