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assessing evaluating

The single attitudes are summarised in different headlines that illustrate what “assessing and evaluating” means for youth workers attitude-wise. The “clusters” do not name attitudes as such; these can be found through clicking on the lists.

Approaches and tools for assessment and evaluation are needed for implementing change. + -

The connected attitudes are:

  • readiness to learn about evaluation and assessment
  • openness to different evaluation and [self-] assessment approaches in non-formal learning environments 
  • awareness of the fact that no information/data is 100% reliable (with regard to its collection and use)
Youth workers contribute to processes of change. + -

Their attitudes may focus on:

  • the readiness to be challenged and challenge others with regard to transformation
  • their interest in processes of change
Outcomes of evaluation help to develop the practice of youth work and can be disseminated to generate change. + -

Thus, for youth workers helpful attitudes are:

  • openness to evaluating their own impact on the project and vice versa
  • willingness to find the learning and enact positive changes from more critical evaluation results
  • readiness to think long-term about the impact of the project on participants’ respective communities, resources and the environment
  • readiness to present and share the outcomes of a project to/with a wider audience

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