You can keep track of your progress through these steps with the checklist: evaluate an initiative
Inspiring all Australians in digital literacy and STEM
Documents tagged with Inspiring all Australians in digital literacy and STEM
You can keep track of your progress through this checklist.
These Grant Guidelines provide an overview of the operation of the Digital Literacy School Grants - enhancing digital literacy through a whole of school approach Program (‘the...
Frequently asked questions for the Digital Literacy School Grants
Grant Application Form for the Digital Literacy School Grants
Grant guidelines for the Digital Literacy School Grants
Research undertaken by the Victoria University on STEM apps for early learning and their links to the Early Learning Years Framework.
Here is an evaluation framework with common measures for STEM education initiatives is available to start you off. The following sections describe tips and tricks for choosing...
The department commissioned dandolopartners to evaluate the NISA-funded school and early years initiatives individually and as a whole. The evaluation is based on desktop...
These Guidelines set out the objectives and administrative requirements for the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in the Early Years Programme from 2016-...
Here is a Template: Bring your evidence together to organise your evidence by measure. Use this to make notes about the above questions.
Here is a Template: Build your own evaluation framework which you can use and populate. The template also has a list of different measures that you might want to use.
You can use this template to bring your ideas together on initiatives, compare them and come to a decision.
Here is a Template: Evaluation Report that helps you summarise what you've learned from the initiative and evaluation.
Use these descriptions to think of who will fill each role and note them down on this template.
You can use the Template: Information sources for your evaluation to enter the measures for your evaluation and identify potential evidence sources.