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Dates to remember08.06.20 Final Submission of project16.06.20 Exam – OnlineG Boodoo1
Student Presentations for Class 02.06.20You are required to present in whichever format.You can just speak about it or if you wish you will be allowed toshare your screen.Briefly outline your event. E.g.The eventDécorFoodEntertainmentMarketing/flyer etcEach person has 5 mins to present.Lets make it pop. Excite the class.G Boodoo2
EVALUATION ANDREVIEWWeek 1002.06.20Sent in email.
ContentsEvaluationFeedbackStudent PresentationsRevisionExam Tips
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EvaluationThis is a mechanism of feedback.It is tightly linked to your Goals -DISCUSSG Boodoo7
Why Evaluate?G Boodoo8
EvaluateIf you can measure something, that means you canimprove it.You can measure:analysis of your performance as an event planner,the estimation of attendance,onsite engagementoperational efficiencyG Boodoo9
EvaluationWhat is evaluation?What should we evaluate?How should we evaluate?When should we evaluate?What should we do with the information?Why are we evaluating?G Boodoo10
What is Evaluation?Evaluation is an attempt to appraise the quality/suitabilityof a resource.Why Evaluate?There are many reasons why we might want to performan evaluation.· Selection – which resource is better?· Monitoring – is our development heading in the right direction?· Justifying – show something is value for money.· Validating – did we make the right decision?· Improving – can we improve if we change something?G Boodoo11
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Formative and Summative EvaluationThere are two different types of evaluation:· Formative Evaluation - This evaluation takes placeduringthe project to guide future development.· Summative Evaluation – This evaluation takes placeafter completionof a project to appraise its success.G Boodoo14
What to evaluate?This depends on the stakeholder.What are their main interests.What do they have to gain.Did the event achieve the desired outcomeG Boodoo15
How to Evaluate?There are many different methods of evaluation.Some commonly used techniques.ChecklistsA checklist is a list of action items, steps, or elements needed fora task. Each item is checked off as it is completed.· Uses:Making sure early that activities conform to planChecking whether deadlines are met· Pros:Can be cheap and easyQuick – can cover a lot of factors· Cons:There is a degree of interpretation neededNot much depth or richness to the information gatheredG Boodoo16
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