The Evaluate-Your-Instruction Process

  • John W. Wick
Part of the Evaluation in Education and Human Services book series (EEHS, volume 14)


The evaluate-your-instruction process includes five sequential steps. The measurement needs (prior to, during, and after instruction) are treated as a sixth step, although they are actually defined at different points in the process and interwoven throughout.


Reading Comprehension Learning Event Formative Measure Teacher Behavior Reading Program 
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