Evaluation Plan

An evaluation plan sets out the proposed details of an evaluation - what will be evaluated, how and when. The evaluation plan should include information about what the evaluation is trying to do (what is to be evaluated, the purposes of the evaluation and key evaluation questions) and how it will be done (what data will be collected, how and when, how data will be analyzed, and how and when results will be reported).

Resources

The Managers' Guide to Evaluation

This interactive guide aims to support decision making throughout the process of an evaluation, from planning its purpose and scope, designing it, conducting it, reporting findings and supporting use of its findings. It includes an interactive GeneraTOR tool that can be used to document key decisions about an evaluation and create a customized Terms of Reference that can be downloaded as a word document.

Guides

Tool

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Updated: 13th June 2017 - 2:01am

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Anonymous's picture
W.L.Crumlin

please send updated evaluation plans....

Alice Macfarlan's picture
Alice Macfarlan

Hello,

Thank you for your comment - could you please clarify what sort of evaluation plan you are looking for so that we can think about whether we have anything useful on hand? Are you after some general examples or something more specific?

You also might find the Managers' Guide (linked in the page above) has some more information and examples that could be useful for you.

Kind regards,

Alice -  BetterEvaluation Website Coordinator

Anonymous's picture
Kehinde Olaoye

please can you help me with an evaluation plans to address the following in a school

1)Declining standards in terms of students and staff performance

2)Dwindling revenue arising from low patronage

3)General poor organizational image in the community.

Thanks. 

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