Program Evaluation for Social Workers
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DescriptionNow in its sixth edition, this popular student-friendly introduction to program evaluation provides social workers with a sound conceptual understanding of how to use basic evaluation techniques in the evaluation of their cases (case-level) and programs (program-level).
Eminently approachable, straightforward, and practical, this edition includes the fundamental tools that are needed in order for social workers to fully appreciate and understand how case- and program-level evaluations will help them to increase their effectiveness as contemporary data-driven practitioners.
- Prepares social workers to become more accountable via the use of case-and-program level evaluation techniques
- Emphasizes diversity, ethics, stakeholder engagement, and the use of program logic models throughout the book
- Includes numerous text boxes that illustrate the historical, cultural, and political contexts of program evaluation
- Offers free access to online resources for students and instructors, including PowerPoint presentations, interactive flash cards, and over 200 sample test questions
About the Author(s)
Richard M. Grinnell, Jr. is Professor and holds the Clair and Clarice Platt Jones/Helen Frays Endowed Chair of Social Work Research within the School of Social Work at Western Michigan University.
Peter A. Gabor is a Professor within the Faculty of Social Work at the University of Calgary.
Yvonne A. Unrau is Professor within the School of Social Work at Western Michigan University.