UPDATE: After careful deliberation, the MAE Board, in consultation with representatives at the UM School of Education, has made the decision to postpone the March 16, 2020 Most Significant Change Workshop in order to mitigate the risk of further exacerbating the spread of the CoVID-19 virus (Coronavirus). Refunds will be provided by the MAE to registered attendees. The Workshop will be rescheduled likely for mid- to late Summer, depending on how well the virus is contained moving forward. The MAE Board is also currently assessing its May 7, 2020 Annual Conference in light of CoVID-19 and will take appropriate measures that consider the health implications of large gatherings. We will share more information as those discussion/decisions continue.
Using the Most Significant Change Technique in Evaluation is an interactive three hour workshop part of MAE’s Professional Development series hosted by CEDER at the University of Michigan School of Education.
Date: March 16, 2020
Location: UofM School of Education, Tribute Room
Cost: $25 MAE members, $35 Students, $75 Non-members
Sarah Beu is an Evaluation Specialist at the Center for Education, Design, Evaluation, Research (CEDER) and Sue Ann Savas is a Clinical Professor at the University of Michigan School of Social Work
Participants will learn how to apply the Most Significant Change technique in their practice. Presenters will discuss ways to implement the technique and common challenges.
Seats are limited to 30 attendees. Payment is due at the time of registration.
This event was made possible by support from the following institutions:
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