The ten seed technique is a participatory monitoring and evaluation tool that documents a group’s perceptions about a wide range of topics and issues. The attached file describes and illustrates the technique. Click the link → Ten Seed Technique
Search the site using keyword “ten seed” to see examples of TE indicators based on TST.
Review the post on evaluating TD outcomes to keep in mind the essential characteristics of TE. Click the link → TE
How good is this program, really?
An evaluation rubric “paints a picture of what the evidence should look like at different levels of performance” (Davidson, 2013, p. 24). It is a set of descriptions, ideally created by key stakeholders working together, of what particular conditions will look like when a program is performing excellently, satisfactorily, or poorly.
Click link for information and an example for transformation development → Evaluation Rubrics
The attached paper describes the concept of working logic. This is the logic evaluators use to support conclusions. Applying the concepts in the paper will strengthen your evaluation reporting. I illustrate the various elements of working logic by inviting you to consider some evaluation questions for transformational development. I welcome additional illustrations and comments.
Click this link → Working Logic
Triangulating information is a critical skill for evaluating transformational development. This six-page attachment introduces this important concept.
Click this link → Tool triangulation