We use the ideas of evaluation to focus our team and partners on what matters most.

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We use the ideas of evaluation to focus our team and partners on what matters most.

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We use the ideas of evaluation to focus our team and partners on what matters most.

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We measure the changes in people more than we measure what we do.

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Our reports are less about our outputs and more about our outcomes.

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We do not use anecdotes as evidence of impact.

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More of our evaluation questions are about how participants are doing and not on feedback (what they think) about us.

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We ask more questions about the impact that is lasting after the program, not just the experience people have in the program.

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We use questions to explore where participants are struggling, not just where they are succeeding.

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We make evaluation a part of our program, not simply an assessment after our program is done.

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We debrief with participants about the meaning of impact, not just give them a survey.

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e design our questions as a learning opportunity for the participants, not simply a data collection opportunity for us.

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We use guided interviews as sources of data.

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We analyze our qualitative data for underlying themes instead of just using quotes.

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We regularly use a mixed methods approach to data collection.

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