Social Work Evaluation: Enhancing What We Do
Accountability to stakeholders is essential for program funding and policy development. It is increasingly the responsibility of all professionals to provide evidence supporting the relevance and effectiveness of their programs and individual practices. Social Work Evaluation is a straightforward guide to conducting evaluations during the planning, implementation, and outcome stages of programs and practices. Dudley has developed a seven step process for evaluations using qualitative, quantitative, and mixed research methods. This comprehensive book offers students the knowledge and skills to play a more accountable role in the future of their profession.
Features: New chapter! Reviews a published evaluation report to illustrate the importance of the consumer role in reading and utilizing evaluation studies; New content on how evaluations can generate and promote evidence as a central goal; Expanded content on using the logic model as a framework for evaluations; Expanded content on evaluation during the implementation stage; Covers both practice and program evaluations; Discusses qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods of evaluation; Case examples, discussion questions, exercises, charts, and graphs designed to appeal to students with a range of learning styles; Instructor's manual with sample syllabi, assignments, PowerPoints, a CSWE core competency fulfillment guide, and test banks
Specifications of Social Work Evaluation: Enhancing What We Do
|Author||James R. Dudley|
|Number Of Pages||366|
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