Author Archives: Deb Weitzenkamp

Simple Evaluation Templates: From Program Objectives to Impact Statement in 60 Minutes [Webinar]

Join us on April 12, 2016 at 10:00 CT Connect URL: We will be speaking using your computer speakers. There is no question that program evaluation is an important endeavor. It helps us measure impact and learn how to improve … Continue reading

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Verbs for Bloom’s Taxonomy

Here in April we are going to have a chance to do some rewrites on our Activity Insights….so now is a great time to think through your personal teaching objectives….or rather the student/clientele learning objectives you will be targeting with your … Continue reading

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Publish on Next Generation Extension

Interested in publishing on Next Generation Extension?  Topics should be focused on issues being faced by today’s Extension professionals, so basically it might be a new idea for reaching new audiences, a new delivery strategy, an idea for evaluating impact, … Continue reading

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Word of the Day: Altmetrics

Everyday we are striving to wrap our minds around recording impact of the work that we do in Extension.  So, today, I wanted to throw a word at you that you may not have heard before, altmetrics.  Altmetrics has been … Continue reading

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Girls in STEM!

Many of you who know me well know that I’m on a viaje personal (personal journey) of getting more girls, particularly Latina girls, interested in STEM Careers.  And, since at Kimmel Education & Research Center we have a large agritourism … Continue reading

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NGE Online Course Development Boot Camp

February 2nd, 9 AM to 4 PM CT Kimmel Education & Research Center Cost is $20 per person (lunch provided) Space is limited! Participants will develop their own course while also learning research based techniques for increasing engagement, reducing the … Continue reading

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Weebles Wobble But They Don’t Fall Down!

Okay so some of you may not remember this beloved toy of the 1970’s…but the famous weebles have a great life lesson for all of us!  My dad calls it stick-to-it-ness or “Making Hay”… Chuck Hibberd calls it resiliency….and today … Continue reading

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