Canadian Journal on Program Evaluation
Student Case Competition Features in the Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation
Check out what past Student Case Competition participants and coaches have written about the competition!
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Casing Out Evaluation: Expanding Student interest in program evaluation through case competitions
This paper describes the authors' experience in organizing bilingual evaluation case competitions for the National Capital Chapter of the Canadian Evaluation Society in 1996, 1997, and 1998. It covers the structure of competitions, eligibility rules, and the judging of student presentations. The authors also share lessons learned about recruiting contestants and preparing cases.
ces case competition: a newfoundland and labrador chapter perspective
This paper describes the Newfoundland and Labrador Chapter's experience building and coaching multi-disciplinary teams of students at Memorial University of Newfoundland in the Student Evaluation Case Competition.
evaluate this! a case for developing evaluation competencies
The Canadian Evaluation Society (CES) annual Student Case Competition provides an opportunity for university students from all regions of Canada to acquire invaluable experience. This practice note by members of the winning team in the 2015 competition explains how participating contributed to the development of specific evaluation competencies. Participation in the competition is recommended to other students as an excellent way to learn, grow, and develop evaluation expertise that should prove useful in any chosen career.
Impacts of the canadian evaluation society's evaluation competitions for students
This paper describes the impacts of the Student Evaluation Case Competition for students who participate.
The concours de simulation: le point de vue d'un juge
This paper describes the experience of being a judge in the Student Evaluation Case Competition.
PRÉPARER LA RELÈVE DANS LE MONDE DE L’ÉVALUATION: LE CONCOURS DE SIMULATION DU POINT DE VUE DES COMMANDITAIRES
This paper describes the case competition from the point of view of the sponsors, including strategies to fundraise and levels of financial support.
Reflecting on the CES case competition: The coaches' perspective
In order to assist and, hopefully, inspire more instructors to get involved in the Case Competition, this article describes how we got started, how we involve and prepare our students, and the rewards of the competition experience for the students, coaches, and university itself.
Students' Perspective of the CES Case Competition
This paper describes the Student Evaluation Case Competition from competing students, including their past evaluation training, and the value and impact of the experience.
THE CES CASE COMPETITION: A VALUABLE RESOURCE FOR COMMUNITY-BASED AGENCIES
This article will illustrate the contribution that the Student Case Competition can make to agencies with evaluation needs by describing the experience of Rideauwood Addiction and Family Serv- ices (Ottawa, Ontario) whose Gambling Treatment Program was used as the case in the qualifying round of the 1998 competition.