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PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 16 Tips for trainers: exploring evaluation through drawin

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Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988­2001 16 Tips for trainers: exploring evaluation through drawing Françoise Coupal Purpose may be one or two images placed on the flipchart paper. Few words, if any, should · be used. to share and exchange participants' 5. As participants discuss their relative experiences with evaluation; · experiences, some images will begin to to illuminate through drawings emerge. These should be placed on paper. participants' experiences in the area of This may take up to 15 minutes. evaluation; and, 6. Once each group has completed their · to form the basis of a larger discussion of drawing ask the participants to present some of the differences between their drawing (5 minutes per group). participatory and traditional evaluations. 7. The plenary should shed light on the varied experiences with evaluation and the Materials and time required different outcomes of different evaluation approaches. This can help participants to · one large piece of flipchart paper per small explore what type of evaluation they group; would foresee and its implications in terms · coloured markers; and, of participation, resources and materials. · 35 minutes for discussion, 15 minutes for the drawing, 30 minutes for the plenary. Special notes for ...

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