Last week the Community Psychology Topical Interest Group hosted the American Evaluation Association's Blog and their members wrote about Empowerment Evaluation.
If you didn't get a chance to take a look at it, here's a list of their posts. Be sure to check them out!
- Tara Gregory and Natalie Wilkins on An Introduction to Community Psychology Topical Interest Group’s Series on Empowerment Evaluation
- Wendi L. Siebold on Where The Rubber Meets The Road: Taking A Hard Look At Organizational Capacity And The Use Of Empowerment Evaluation
- Abraham Wandersman on Demystifying Evaluation: Even A Fourth Grader Likes Empowerment Evaluation
- Rachel Becker-Klein on Using Most Significant Change: A Participatory Evaluation Strategy That Empowers Clients and Builds Their Evaluation Capacity
- Jeff Sheldon on Using SEEPPO to determine empowerment evaluation model fidelity, adherence to empowerment evaluation principles, and the likelihood of psychological well – being outcomes.
- Karen Countryman-Roswurm and Bailey Patton on Qualitative Research Methods as an Empowering Practice with Marginalized Youth