WHEN: April 10 to 20, 2013
WHERE: 1300 Columbus Avenue, San Francisco, CA
INFO: http://tei.gwu.edu or (202) 994-5232
The Evaluators' Institute will take place in San Francisco next month. Experts from around the country will convene at the Holiday Inn Fisherman’s Wharf to facilitate fourteen engaging and in-depth classes that professionals can take as standalone training sessions or as a full week or 10-day professional development series. TEI, the first entity of its kind in the world, provides a balanced curriculum that emphasizes practical information for practicing evaluators in a wide variety of fields including education, health, social services, the arts and academics.
“The Evaluator’s Institute offers an unmatched opportunity for both veteran and novice professionals to network and gain insights on the effectiveness of their programming and evaluation work. It is truly an interactive and engaging learning experience and we believe the high caliber faculty is the primary reason attendees return year after year,” shares Dr. Ann Doucette, director of The Evaluators’ Institute and professor at The George Washington University.
TEI in San Francisco includes one, two and three day courses. Professionals who register before March 27 can take advantage of discount pricing: $500 for a one day course, $900 for two day courses and $1,265 for three day courses. All prices will increase on March 28. Visit tei.gwu.edu for more information and to register.
The Evaluators' Institute (TEI) provides the highest quality instruction through a balanced curriculum that emphasizes practical relevance for practicing evaluators. Dr. M. F. "Midge" Smith founded TEI, the first entity of its kind in the world. Dr. Smith's vision was to bring together the most highly regarded experts in the field to identify the most useful evaluation content areas and provide learning activities that enhance the role, practice and impact of evaluation. TEI continues Dr. Smith's vision at George Washington University. For more information visit http://tei.gwu.edu.