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In search of cultural competence in evaluation

In search of cultural competence in evaluation

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Published by Jossey-Bass in San Francisco, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Multicultural education -- United States -- Evaluation,
  • Educational evaluation -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMelva Thompson-Robinson, Rodney Hopson, Saumitra SenGupta, editors.
    SeriesNew directions for evaluation -- no. 102, Jossey-Bass education series
    ContributionsThompson-Robinson, Melva., Hopson, Rodney K., SenGupta, Saumitra., American Evaluation Association.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination115 p. ;
    Number of Pages115
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15557876M
    ISBN 100787976547
    OCLC/WorldCa56024129

    For HR directors, corporate trainers, college administrators, diversity trainers and study abroad educators, this book provides a cutting-edge framework and an innovative collection of ready-to-use tools and activities to help build cultural competence--from the basics of understanding core concepts of culture to the complex work of negotiating identity and resolving cultural differences. Abstract: Cultural Competence is the ability to function effectively in diverse cultures. This presentation will attempt to create an awareness of how cultural competence impacts evaluation in very implicit ways. Participants will be asked to reflect on how their particular culture may be biasing evaluation practices. Cultural competence self-assessment instrument. Washington, DC: Child Welfare League of America, [©] (OCoLC) Online version: Cultural competence self-assessment instrument. Washington, DC: Child Welfare League of America, [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Child Welfare League of America. Evaluation Failures: 22 Tales of Mistakes Made and Lessons Learned is a candid collection of stories from seasoned evaluators from a variety of sectors sharing professional mistakes they have made in the past, and what they learned moving forward. As the only book of its kind, editor Kylie Hutchinson has collected a series of engaging, real.

      Introducing a comprehensive, five-tenet model, the book demonstrates how to place the needs of CLD learners at the center and offers concrete approaches to assess and promote cultural responsiveness, thereby providing critical insight into the role of teacher evaluation in confronting inequity. This book is intended to serve as a resource for Author: María del Carmen Salazar, Jessica Lerner. When I first looked at the title of this book, I confess that I had mixed feelings. First, the book’s focus on “monitoring and evaluation” seemed a bit too broad: monitoring and evaluation certainly complement each other; however, their respective specificities risk being neglected when the “M” and the “E” are bundled together. This book is intended to serve as a resource for those who are committed to the reconceptualization of teacher evaluation in order to better support CLD learners and their communities, while promoting cultural competence and critical consciousness for all learners. Home / Act / Strategies. Multicultural Competency Overview. The term ‘cultural competency’ has become controversial within the racial equity field. Work around cultural competency generally was connected to helping people (often white people, or middle and upper class people) provide effective services to other people (patients, so-called welfare clients, recent immigrants and refugees, so.

      The American Evaluation Association, in its Public Statement on Cultural Competence in Evaluation, refers to cultural competence as a “stance” (American Evaluation Association, ). If we think of cultural competence in this way, as an openness to continually learning from and about context and culture, we can represent the relationship Author: Sarah Gill, Robin Kuwahara, Maureen Wilce.   Cultural competence is an ethical issue that represents the intentional effort of the evaluation team to produce work that is valid, honest, respectful of stakeholders, and considerate of the general public welfare. Culturally competent evaluation emerges from an ethical commitment to fairness and equity for stakeholders. Insufficient attention. BACKGROUND: We evaluated the effect of an elective (the Global Multiculturalism Track), including international and domestic immersion experiences, on the cultural competence of preclinical medical students. METHODS: A self-assessment instrument was used to measure cultural competence, and it was administered to Track participants and nonparticipating class cohorts at the beginning and the Cited by: Cultural Competence in Forensic Mental Health: A Guide for Psychiatrists, Psychologists, and Attorneys presents a complete and contemporary overview of cultural issues with cultural perspectives in the practice of forensic clinical work. This book is organized in such a way as to cover various topics widely and comprehensively to serve as an Author: Liya Xie.


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In search of cultural competence in evaluation book Multiculturalism and Cultural Competence in Evaluation Select References Taken from the American Evaluation Association Annotated Bibliography.

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Front Matter. Pages PDF. History and Development of Cultural Competence Advocacy in Applied Psychology. Craig L. Frisby. Pages Evaluation of Cultural Competence Advocacy. highlight opportunities for integrating cultural competence during each of the six steps of the evaluation process.

A list of related resources and tools and an abbreviated version of this guide, titled. Program Evaluation Tip Sheet: Integrating Cultural Competence into Evaluation, are available as an appendix. Background. According to the.

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At the organizational level, cultural competence or responsiveness refers to a set of congruent behaviors, attitudes, and policies that enable a system, agency, or group of professionals to work effectively in multicultural environments (Cross et al. ).Organizational cultural responsiveness is a dynamic, ongoing process; it is not something.

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