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Tyler's Evaluation Model
This paper evaluates a proposed violence prevention program through Ralph Tyler's objectives-based evaluation model.
# 101253 | 887 words | 1 source | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Feb 22, 2008 in Research Designs (General) , Education (Social Issues)


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Description:

This paper provides an evaluation of the study, "Creating a Peaceful School Learning Environment: A Controlled Study of an Elementary School Intervention to Reduce Violence" by S.W. Twemlow, P. Fonagy, F.C. Sacco, M.L. Gies, R. Evans and R. Ewbank. The paper explains why Tyler's objectives-based evaluation model is the most suitable method of assessing this case study.

Outline:
Introduction
Summary of the Program Evaluation Model
Salient Variables in the Evaluation Process
Operationalism of Outcome Variables
Research Methodologies
Data Analytic Strategy
Feedback
Sustainability of Program

From the Paper:

"The process used to identify salient variables for the evaluation phase is achieved through establishing set standards that are prioritized above other potential outcomes. These are identified as the objectives in the evaluation process. The criteria and standards of a program are taken into consideration. Specifically, Twemlow, Fonagy, Sacco, Gies, Evans, and Ewbank's (2001) efforts can be transformed into salient variables through identifying the purpose of the program and the rationale that is used as its foundation."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Twemlow, S. W.; Fonagy, P.; Sacco, F. C.; Gies, M.L.; Evans, R.; & Ewbank, R. (2001). Creating a Peaceful School Learning Environment: A Controlled Study of an Elementary School Intervention to Reduce Violence. American Journal of Psychiatry. Vol. 158. 808 - 810.

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