GallopNYC is an organization that provides therapeutic horseback riding to children and adults with disabilities. ReLearning Curve started working with GallopNYC as one of the first recipients of our Evaluation Within Reach service grant. Their goals were to: 1) show how their riding program helped people to lead more independent and productive lives; and 2) […]
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The Bronx Charter School for Better Learning is developing two digital learning apps, ISpellBetter and ICountBetter so that more teachers and students can benefit from their unique learning approach. They asked ReLearning Curve to design and conduct a rapid cycle evaluation to test their apps and see if they are having an impact on […]
Children of Promise NYC (CPNYC) and Southside United HDFC – Los Sures are working with ReLearning Curve through the Nonprofit Stabilization Fund. Over the next few months we will be helping these organizations to define the short and long-term outcomes they want to achieve, refine their data collection and management systems to help them determine if […]
ReLearning Curve is conducting evaluations of two New York State funded Math and Science Partnership (MSP) programs for the Peekskill City School District. Middle and elementary school teachers will be taking two, specially designed courses emphasizing technology and engineering and will learn to develop projects for their students using technology tools like computer programming, robotics, and 3-D printing. The […]
ReLearning Curve is providing a half-day workshop on Building Capacity for Program Evaluation on November 13th, 2014 for the Capacity Building and Oversight Unit of the Mayor’s Office of Contract Services. Targeted to nonprofit executives and program managers, the training session will describe best practices for building and maintaining evaluation systems and a culture of evaluation. Representatives from […]
ReLearning Curve is partnering with GP RED and the Institute for Public Health Innovation (IPH) to deliver a community mapping workshop in Washington, D.C. on October 27-28, 2013 to explore youth perceptions of their neighborhoods as part of a CDC Community Transformation Initiative focused on safe access to recreation opportunities. The goal of the workshop is to […]
Jordan Nowotny will be presenting a session on evaluating blended learning titled “Evaluating Instruction in the Blended Classroom” at Evaluation 2013, October 18, in Washington, D.C. Come to his session to learn about: the similarities and differences in evaluating face-to-face, online, and blended learning; the methodological challenges in evaluating a program […]
David Brooks’ article talks about the limitations of using data when making complex decisions.
ReLearning Curve is providing a workshop on outcome mapping and developing a theory of change to staff of non-profit organizations as part of our Evaluation Within Reach program. Representing an organization’s roadmap for change, an outcome map visually diagrams the relationships between the strategies and intended results of an initiative or program. As such, it […]
The "What Works" Movement Picks up Some Political Steam.