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Copy of TC Mission: evaluation, result: evolution

Training course organized by Solidarity Tracks in Lefkas, Greece with the objective of exchanging ideas & methods for evaluation and exploitation of the results of evaluation sessions. In this prezi, we explained how our learning process was.

Hosszu Reka

on 4 September 2013

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Transcript of Copy of TC Mission: evaluation, result: evolution

We placed a question point where everyone could write his/her doubts in order to be answered during the seminar.
After, we reflected about our hopes, fears and contributions for our training course

First, we established our rules for next 10 days of seminar

During the training course, we created an educational tool for evaluating non formal education activities and projects for young people.
We created four teams

With all the new knowledge, we were ready to start working on our guide.

Participants evaluated the application of the TC Mission: evaluation, result: evolution according to the criteria of European Commission

After the presentations and the workshops, we became evaluators
We agreed the final content and split the themes and topics between the four groups.
In another workshop, they developed an evaluation plan with different types and approaches: pre and post evaluations, focused evaluation, mid-term evaluations, experimental...

We started by reflecting in groups what is evaluation and why we evaluate non formal education activities.
Every group worked in one topic of the guide and presented periodically the evolution of their work to the rest of the participants.
The teams reflected and defined the objectives and uses of our tool

They evaluated a questionnaire

Once we defined this, we worked on how we evaluate

They discuss about how to assess non-formal activities carried by European volunteers

* What we want to achieve by the evaluation?
* How to guide the evaluation to the project objectives?
* How to define project indicators?
* How to use the results of the evaluation?

Through the activity ‘World café’ we went deeper on the following themes


In the activity about how to use the results of our evaluations to improve the quality of our activities and projects of non-formal education for young people, the participants received a real case and had to create their own example of evaluation matrix.
In this presentation you can see the achievements, the results and the hole process of creating the tool.
International training course about evaluation methods in non formal education for youth leaders and youth workers, from 19 NGO for youth, from 16 countries
The participants received "My diary", an evaluation tool which helped them to follow their own learning evaluation process.
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