Ease of analysis
The ability to analyze evaluation data efficiently and effectively.
Ease of customization
The ability to adapt an evaluation to meet the specific needs of an organization or program.
The ability to achieve desired outcomes with minimal resources or cost.
Economic value added (EVA)
A financial performance metric that measures the value created by a company after deducting the cost of capital.
Specific objectives that educators set for themselves or their students to achieve in their academic or professional pursuits.
The process of assessing knowledge, skills, and abilities of students or educators using various methods and tools.
Specific goals or outcomes that educators aim to achieve through their teaching and instruction.
The results or achievements of an educational program or activity.
The study of how people learn and the psychological factors that influence learning.
Efforts to improve the quality and effectiveness of education systems.
Guidelines or benchmarks for what students should know and be able to do at different grade levels.
The worth or usefulness of an educational program or activity in achieving desired learning outcomes.
The ability to achieve desired outcomes or objectives.
Quantitative measures used to assess the effectiveness of a program or initiative, such as customer satisfaction, retention, and engagement.
Effective use of rubrics
The use of clear and specific criteria to assess performance or achievement.
Effect size calculation
A statistical measure of the magnitude of an intervention’s impact on an outcome.
The ability to achieve maximum output with minimum input or resources.
Actions taken to improve the efficiency of a process or system, such as reducing waste, streamlining workflows, or automating tasks.
Quantitative measures used to assess the efficiency of a process or system, such as cycle time, throughput, and productivity.
The use of electronic technologies to deliver educational content and training programs.
E-learning or online training
Educational courses or programs delivered through digital platforms and accessed remotely.
Online platforms that provide educational content and resources.
Empirical data analysis
The process of analyzing data collected through observation, experimentation, or other empirical methods to draw conclusions and make decisions.
The process of improving an employee’s skills and knowledge to enhance their job performance.
Employee development plans
A structured approach to help employees improve their skills and advance their careers.
The emotional connection and commitment an employee has to their job and the organization.
Employee engagement initiatives
Programs or activities designed to increase employee involvement and commitment to their work and the organization.
Employee engagement metrics
Various measures used to assess employee engagement and satisfaction.
Employee engagement score
A metric used to measure the level of employee commitment and motivation.
The level of productivity and effectiveness an employee demonstrates in their job duties.
Employee performance management
The process of setting goals, providing feedback, and evaluating the performance of employees.
The ability of an organization to retain its employees.
A process where employees evaluate their own performance and skills.
Employee skill enhancement
Improving the skills and abilities of employees to perform their job more effectively.
The process of providing employees with the skills and knowledge they need to perform their job effectively.
Employee training and development
The process of improving the skills and knowledge of employees through training, education, and other development activities.
Employee training programs
Programs designed to improve the skills and knowledge of employees.
Employee turnover rate
The percentage of employees who leave an organization over a given period of time.
Enhanced job satisfaction
Increasing the level of satisfaction employees feel with their job and work environment.
Enhanced teamwork and collaboration among employees
Improving the ability of employees to work together effectively and achieve common goals.
The principles and values that guide ethical behavior in an evaluation.
The process of assessing the effectiveness, efficiency, and impact of a program, project, or initiative.
Evaluation capacity building for stakeholders involved in the process
The process of developing the skills and knowledge of stakeholders involved in an evaluation.
Standards or benchmarks used to assess the effectiveness of a program or intervention.
Evaluation data collection
The process of gathering data for the purpose of evaluating a program or intervention.
The framework and methodology used to conduct an evaluation.
The overall structure and approach used to conduct an evaluation.
The process of carrying out an evaluation plan.
The different stages or levels of evaluation, including process, outcome, and impact evaluation.
The overall approach or framework used to conduct an evaluation.
The specific techniques used to collect and analyze data during an evaluation.
Quantitative or qualitative measures used to assess the effectiveness of a program or intervention.
A document outlining the goals, objectives, and methods for conducting an evaluation.
The process of developing a plan for conducting an evaluation.
Evaluation planning, design, implementation, analysis, interpretation, dissemination
The six stages of the evaluation process.
The systematic process of collecting and analyzing data to determine the effectiveness of an intervention or program.
Evaluation purpose and goals
The intended outcomes and objectives of an evaluation.
The communication of evaluation findings and recommendations to stakeholders.
Evaluation report writing
The process of documenting and communicating evaluation findings.
Evaluation scope determination
The process of defining the boundaries and objectives of an evaluation.
Methods used to analyze and interpret data collected during an evaluation.
The instruments and methods used to collect data and assess the effectiveness of a program or organization.
Standards used to assess the quality or effectiveness of something.
The skills, knowledge, and experience required for an individual to conduct an effective evaluation.
Evidence-based decision making
The process of making decisions based on objective data and research.
The use of research and data to inform decision-making and practice.
The act of carrying out a plan or strategy to achieve a specific goal.
The anticipated outcomes of an intervention or program.
The plan for conducting an experiment, including the selection of participants, manipulation of variables, and measurement of outcomes.
The group of participants who receive the intervention being studied in a research study.
A research method that involves manipulating one or more variables to observe the effect on another variable.
The process of evaluating an individual’s knowledge and skills in a particular field or subject area.
The use of specialized knowledge and experience to make informed decisions.
An evaluation conducted by an external party, such as a consultant or auditor, to assess the effectiveness of a program or organization.
An independent professional who assesses the effectiveness of a program or organization from an outside perspective.
The extent to which the results of a study can be generalized to other populations or settings.
Variables that may affect the outcome of an experiment but are not of interest to the researcher.
The value of a reward or incentive that comes from external sources, such as money, recognition, or status.