ANZEA Conference 2012

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ANZEA Conference 2012

Evaluation in the real world

Relationships, roles, responsibilities and results

8-11 July 2012

The ANZEA Conference 2012 was held at the

University of Waikato in Hamilton, 8-11 July 2012.

The theme was

Evaluation in the real world – relationships, roles, responsibilities and results.

What does evaluation look like in the real world? How do perceptions of the world differ amongst evaluation practitioners and those we work with and for, and how do we acknowledge, understand and evaluate within these multiple realities? What are the practicalities, challenges and opportunities we face commissioning, designing, implementing and experiencing evaluation in this real world?

Click here to read Yoland Wadsworth’s reflections on the Conference.

Click here to read Nea Harrison’s and Lyn O’Donoghue’s reflections on the Conference.

Deb and Lyn NZ July 2012

Debbie Goodwin and Lynette O’Donoghue    

Nea and Lyn July 2012

 Nea Harrison and Lynette O’Donoghue

Hui Māori 2012

was held on Sunday 8th July 2012, the day before the ANZEA conference officially started. The purpose of Hui Māori 2012 was to encourage whakawhanaungatanga among emerging and experienced Māori evaluators; and to provide opportunities for professional learning for Māori evaluators within a Māori/kaupapa Māori context. The Hui Māori was held on on Te Kohinga Marama Marae and 20 people attended. Roxanne Smith, with the support of Debbie Goodwin and Louise Were was the Hui Māori convenor. Click here to read Roxanne’s summary and conference poroporoaki.



























ANZEA Conference 2012 pre-conference workshop programme – download here

ANZEA Conference 2012 collated keynote abstracts – download here

ANZEA Conference 2012 presenters abstracts – download here

ANZEA Conference 2012 programme – download here

Conference Proceedings

Here are some of the ANZEA Conference 2012 presentations


Presentation Title

Theresa Penna Firme

Powerful tool for the practice of democracy


Yoland Wadsworth

(Keynote speech)

Conceptualising the building in of evaluative inquiry for more truly living human systems


Samantha Lundon

Getting it together through whanaungatanga, shared understanding and trust:A service  provider’s perspective on ‘being evaluated’ Link to audio file

Mark Dalgety

Evaluating training & education in the Real World


Rosalind Dibley

Digital stories: using multi-media to report back   information-rich research and evaluation results


Kelli Graham and Kevin Jennings

Evaluation in the Shaky Isles:Impacts on evaluation when the real world changes around you.

PDF  Notes

Heather Hamerton

Building capacity for self evaluation


Kim Hughes

‘Keeping it real; making it meaningful’


Saville Kushner

Trickle down – how narrative control shapes programs and their evaluations


Jenny Long

Social network methods as tools for evaluation


Samantha Lundon, Pam Oliver &   Jon Postlethwaite

Ngā   Huarahi Tika – using a transformative evaluation framework


Diane B. Mitschke, Holli Slater   &  Raytosha O’Neal-Jones

Innovative strategies for recruitment and retention: Working with at-risk adolescents


Angelo Nicolaides

Evaluating current Tourism Management education assessment at an institution of higher learning in Johannesburg


Deirdre Shaw

Mixing it up:Evaluating outcomes in multiple realities and   contexts


Robyn Sutherland & Robyn King

The impact of collaborative review design on educational   evaluation relationships,roles, responsibilities and results


Louise Were

Toi Tu te Pito Mata o Aromatai


Norma Woodhead, Carmel O’Neill Gregory & Pam Oliver

The realities of rubrics… subjectivity and tacit benchmarking


Marge Wong & Raiha Boyes

Te Aromātai: I te ao tūturu, te ao hurihuri, te ao hou Evaluation:in the real world,the changing world,the new   world


Marge Wong

‘Knowing who I am:Effective strategies and initiatives that   support Māori students to succeed and to succeed as Māori in schools


Maree Young

Findings from “working in a team of one” workshop