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  • Karen says:

    Neat stuff!
    Clearly I need to keep up with the evaluation twitter world more!
    -Karen

  • josjoseph says:

    Nice idea! one more:
    Oh, theory of change / Must you stump nice program staff? / Lose the attitude!
    — josh

  • […] Enjoy some haikus. / Isn’t evaluation / Serious enough? (emeryevaluation.com) […]

  • The logic model: Graphic representation, shared understanding.

  • Susan Murphy says:

    We have a series of Haikus from our evaluation team @theimprovegroup. Here is the first one: summer data blues/mismatched pre-post respondents/kids gave bad ID’s – from Leah

  • Susan Murphy says:

    More evaluation haiku to ponder: Qualitatively/face to face focus groups/educate us all – and –
    Quantitatively/analysts seeking true themes/count on good data
    – Susan, the Improve Group

  • Susan Murphy says:

    And from Improve Group: A rosy outlook/disguised in cynical flip/keeps your feet grounded -– Danielle H

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    Enjoy some haikus. / Isn’t evaluation / Serious enough?

    Updated on: Dec 18th, 2012
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    7 Comments

  • Karen says:

    Neat stuff!
    Clearly I need to keep up with the evaluation twitter world more!
    -Karen

  • josjoseph says:

    Nice idea! one more:
    Oh, theory of change / Must you stump nice program staff? / Lose the attitude!
    — josh

  • […] Enjoy some haikus. / Isn’t evaluation / Serious enough? (emeryevaluation.com) […]

  • The logic model: Graphic representation, shared understanding.

  • Susan Murphy says:

    We have a series of Haikus from our evaluation team @theimprovegroup. Here is the first one: summer data blues/mismatched pre-post respondents/kids gave bad ID’s – from Leah

  • Susan Murphy says:

    More evaluation haiku to ponder: Qualitatively/face to face focus groups/educate us all – and –
    Quantitatively/analysts seeking true themes/count on good data
    – Susan, the Improve Group

  • Susan Murphy says:

    And from Improve Group: A rosy outlook/disguised in cynical flip/keeps your feet grounded -– Danielle H

  • Leave a Reply

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