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Monitoring and Evaluation Training
A Systematic Approach

First Edition


December 2015 | 464 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This one-of-a-kind book fills a gap in the literature by providing readers with a systematic approach to monitoring and evaluation (M&E) training for programs and projects. Bridging theoretical concepts with practical, how-to knowledge, authors Scott Chaplowe and J. Bradley Cousins draw upon the scholarly literature, applied resources, and over 50 years of combined experience to provide expert guidance that can be tailored to different M&E training needs and contexts, including those for novices, professionals, organizations and their staff, community members, and other groups with a desire to learn and sustain sound M&E practices.
 
Part I: Key Concepts of M&E Training
 
1. M&E Training That Makes a Difference
What is M&E Training That Makes a Difference?  
Systems Thinking for Training  
Revisiting M&E  
The Rising Demand for M&E Training  
Who Provides M&E Training?  
What Kind of M&E Training?  
Chapter Summary  
Recommended Resources  
 
2. The Training Landscape
What is a Training?  
Formal, Non-formal, Informal, and Incidental Education  
Training Types – A Brief Overview  
Face-to-Face Training  
Distance Training and eLearning  
Blended Learning  
Chapter Summary  
Appendices  
Recommended Resources  
 
3. The M&E Capacity Building Context
What is Evaluation Capacity Building?  
M&E Capacity Building at the Individual Level  
M&E Capacity Building at the Organizational Level  
M&E Capacity Building in the External Environment  
M&E Capacity Assessment and Strategic Planning  
Chapter Summary  
Recommended Resources  
 
4. Adult Learning
What is Learning?  
How Adults Learn  
Andragogy  
Experimental Learning  
Learning Styles and Preferences  
Differentiated Instruction  
Learner-Centered Training  
Adult-Learning Principles for Effective M&E Training  
Chapter Summary  
Recommended Resources  
 
5. What Makes a Good M&E Trainer?
Trainer Competencies  
Recruiting a Trainer  
Chapter Summary  
Appendices  
Recommended Resources  
 
Part II: A Systematic Approach to M&E Training
 
6. An Overview of the ADDIE Framework for Training
ADDIE as a Systematic and Systems Approach for Training  
Why Have We Chosen the ADDIE for This Book?  
Planning to Manage the ADDIE Process  
Chapter Summary  
Appendices  
Recommended Resources  
 
7. Training Analysis
Solution Analysis  
Needs and Outcomes Analysis  
Trainee Analysis  
Context Analysis  
Task Analysis  
Gap and Causal Analysis  
Training Analysis Report  
Chapter Summary  
Recommended Resources  
 
8. Training Design
Identify Training Objectives  
Preparing Learning Objectives  
Organizing the Instructional Content  
Designing the Training Curriculum  
Designing Training Evalaution and Follow-Up  
Chapter Summary  
Recommended Resources  
 
9. Training Development and Preparation
Develop Training Materials and Resources  
Review and Pilot the Training  
Preparing for an M&E Training Workshop  
Chapter Summary  
Recommended Resources  
 
10. Training Implementation
Training Facilitation  
Facilitating the Workshop Introduction, Activities, and Closing  
Chapter Summary  
Recommended Resources  
 
11. Training Evaluation
What is Training Evaluation?  
Training Evaluation Methods - An Overview  
Training Evaluation Guidelines  
Determining Who Will Conduct Training Evaluation  
Chapter Summary  
Appendices  
Recommended Resources  
 
Part III: M&E Training Methods and Techniques
Icebreakers  
Energizers  
Lectures  
Discussion Activities  
Subgroup Formations  
Case Studies  
Learning Games  
Guest Speakers  
Panel Discussions and Debates  
Role Playing  
Simulations  
Demonstrations  
M&E Software Activities  
Learner Presentations  
Practicum Experiences  
Independent Learning Activities  
Review Activities  
Learning Assessment Activities  
Training Monitoring and Evaluation Activities  
Training Closing Activities  
Training Follow-Up Activities  

This book is valuable resource for people, like me, who are involved in building and strengthening evaluation capacity in the humanitarian sector. It balances the personal experience of the authors with up-to-date academic knowledge, communicated in an easy and humorous way that makes reading this book serious fun.  

Mzia Turashvili
Vienna Evaluation Unit of Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF, or Doctors Without Borders)
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