A Guide to Project Management (Language Learning (Ecml, by Frank Heyworth, European Centre for Modern Languages

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Approaches to project evaluation Approaches to project evaluation In a way, a project is in itself a form of assessment. ”. 33 8. Approaches to project evaluation This means that you need to decide on how the project is to be evaluated at the outset, not when it’s all over. Here are some decisions that are needed: 34 Who is responsible for assessing the project? Is it: ● An outside expert? ● The institution’s management? ● The whole staff of the institution? ● The project team? What is the planned outcome of the project?

47) 22 85 30 30 Fax: (47) 23 12 24 20 POLAND/POLOGNE G/lowna Ksi˛egarnia Naukowa im. B. int A Guide to Project Management Frank Heyworth This guide has been produced to offer assistance to those responsible for, or involved in, educational projects related to language education. It is hoped that it will be of help specifically to participants in ECML workshops and other activities, but also to those undertaking projects in other contexts. It is the result of a preparatory study and a workshop in Graz on “innovatory approaches to language education” held in November 1999 and two regional workshops held in Budapest and Liechtenstein in 2000.

The institution’s management? ● The whole staff of the institution? ● The project team? What is the planned outcome of the project? It’s important to evaluate the project for what it sets out to do, so will it: ● Assess the effectiveness of present practice? ● Make recommendations for new policies or practices? ● Provide new syllabi or teaching materials? ● Advise on the use of new media or resources? ● Establish networks or platforms for communications? What assumptions are made at the outset?

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