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Halifax Chapter


2016 - 2017


Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Brightwood Golf and Country Club
227 School Street
Dartmouth, NS

This session was previously scheduled for January 25th, 2017. If you registered for January's cancelled session, please send an e-mail to Angela Porter at indicating your wish to apply your credit to the March 22nd session.








The Cost and Accountability of Program Delivery

A fmi*igf Halifax Chapter Professional Learning Session

with Deborah Kiceniuk, Ph.D., Senior Educational Developer (Research and Evaluation), Centre for Learning and Teaching and Adjunct Professor with the Division of Medical Education, Dalhousie University

and Markus Sharaput, Ph.D., Assistant Profressor, School of Public Administration, Dalhousie University

8:30 am Registration
9:00 - 11:00 am
COST $50 Members
$100 Non-members

Program delivery is supported by evaluation evidence, and when implemented appropriately can strengthen the effectiveness and efficiency of a program. Without a solid evaluation framework and defined benchmarks in place to measure the effectiveness, efficiency, and value of a program, the methods and theoretical underpinnings would be subjective and lack the basis to assess program quality or improvement. In this session the key components of program evaluation will be presented, including budgeting and resource allocation, and based on their experience, participants will have the opportunity to develop their own evaluation framework.

Deborah _KDeborah Kiceniuk, Ph.D.

Senior Educational Developer (Research and Evaluation)
As a Senior Educational Developer, Research and Evaluation, at the Centre for Learning and Teaching (CLT), and Adjunct Professor with the Division of Medical Education at Dalhousie University, Dr. Kiceniuk's role includes: facilitating university-wide initiatives for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL); working collaboratively with the university community to facilitate course and program evaluation; and, leading the SoTL portfolio within CLT. Her research interests include social, political, and economic factors surrounding institutional change, while her teaching interests include research methods and statistics, curriculum studies, and the philosophy of education. Her interest in SoTL, is juxta positioned between her academic interest in research, the evaluation of higher education programs to facilitate change, and processes to promote excellence in teaching and learning in higher education. She is currently a reviewer for several educational journals.

Markus Sharaput, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, School of Public Administration
Dr. Sharaput, an assistant professor in the School of Public Administration at Dalhousie University, has held teaching positions at Memorial, Lakehead, York, and Ryerson Universities, and has delivered a number of workshops to both Canadian and international client groups. His research has focussed on the task of strategic economic intervention by governments at both the federal and provincial levels, along with aspects of institutional culture and policy capacity. Professor Sharaput's work and interests include evaluation, policy learning and capacity building in government organizations, innovation in government, innovative industrial policy, and regional economic and community development.

Dr. Kiceniuk and Dr. Sharaput are co-facilitators of the NS Public Service commission Program Evaluation workshop for Managers.

Space is limited, so register early to avoid disappointment at www.fmi-igf.ca. Deadline for registration is Friday, March 17, 2017.

Questions?, contact at (902) 897-8920.

Looking forward to seeing you on the the 22nd!

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