Dr. Don Klinger, Associate Professor in Assessment and Evaluation at Queen’s University


His keynote address at the Fall Research Symposium, The Uses and Benefits of Program Evaluation (October 2007), was sponsored by the Barrie Region MISA Professional Network Centre. Dr. Klinger’s research interests include quantitative research methods, the examination of psychometric and policy issues of large scale assessments, program evaluation, and measures of school effectiveness.


In the video below, Dr. Don Klinger focuses on the role of the evaluator increasingly as advisor or partner, collaborating with the program users to determine how best to make a program effective.


Suggested Audience

  • Directors
  • Superintendents with elementary and/or secondary responsibilities
  • Administrators (elementary and secondary)
  • Teachers
  • Board researchers and analysts

The Friendly Face of Program Evaluation Facilitator’s Guide (PDF 62KB)

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