Evaluation 101 Webinars

Are you a community based organisation looking for better ways to understand the impact and outcome of the programmes you deliver?  

Then Te Rau Matatini’s Evaluation 101 webinars maybe perfect for you.  Through the evaluation of the Waka Hourua Community fund initiatives, Te Rau Matatini identified a major need among small community based organisations for knowledge about how they can better record and assess the who, what, and how of the important work that they are doing in their communities.  Starting from March 2017, Dr Kahu McClintock and her team from Te Kīwai Rangahau(Te Rau Matatini’s Kaupapa Māori Research and Evaluation team), has been presenting FREE bimonthly, 30-minute long webinars introducing the basics of evaluation for community based organisations.  These webinars will be perfect for anyone with little to no knowledge of evaluation wanting to learn about how it can be used.

Evaluation 101 Webinar Series: Webinar Four

Evaluation 101 Webinar Series: Webinar 4

In Evaluation 101 - Webinar Four Dr Kahu McClintock (Te Rau Matatini) has the pleasure of hosting Debbie Goodwin (Tūhoe, Te Whakatōhea). Debbie is an independent evaluator and researcher, who has worked as an evaluator for the past ten years with the Tuakana Teina Collective and is an Executive Board Member of Mā te Rae (Māori Evaluation Association).  During this webinar, Kahu and Debbie have a casual conversation about rubrics and their use in evaluation. This easy to follow session provides a simple introduction to rubrics, and Debbie shares her experiences using rubrics and some of the things she has learned along the way.

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Evaluation 101 Webinar Series: Webinar Three, Web-based Tools 2

Evaluation 101 Webinar Three

In Evaluation 101 - Webinar Two Te Kīwai Ranghau team (Te Rau Matatini Research and Evaluation team) members Rachel McClintock (Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Mutunga) and Tyler Morris (Ngāti Toa, Ngāti Koata, Kāi Tahu) share their tips and experiences using the web-based tools SurveyMonkeyMailChimp and Piktochart in evaluation.

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Evaluation 101 Webinar Series: Webinar Two, Web-based Tools 1

Te Rau Matatini: Evaluation 101 Webinar 2

In Evaluation 101 - Webinar Two Te Kīwai Ranghau team (Te Rau Matatini Research and Evaluation team) members Rachel McClintock (Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Mutunga) and Tyler Morris (Ngāti Toa, Ngāti Koata, Kāi Tahu) share their tips and experiences using the web-based tools Eventbrite and SurveyMonkey in evaluation.

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Evaluation 101 Webinar Series: Webinar One

Te Rau Matatini: Evaluation 101 Webinar 1

In Evaluation 101 - Webinar One Dr Kahu McClintock (Te Rau Matatini Research Manager; Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Mutunga) provides a simple introduction to evaluation and ways of collecting information that can help community based organisations understand who is participating in their programmes, what they are doing well and areas for improvement.

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