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Wednesday, September 18 • 1:40pm - 1:45pm
A live unboxing: The evaluation capacity building role

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Liam Downing (Centre for Education Statistics and Evaluation)

In a session designed especially for those who LOVE watching those unboxing videos on YouTube, I will unbox, set up, and use a brand new evaluation capacity building role live on the AES 2019 stage. I will show you what's inside, how it works and what it can do. You can see if it's the right choice for you to build skills and grow the profession through capacity building. This Ignite presentation will also use props. PROPS!

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Duncan Rintoul

Director, Rooftop Social
ECB devotee, mentor in the AES group mentoring program, used to be on the AES board, still have heaps to learn. Keeping busy doing research and evaluation and facilitation work in education and justice and sustainability and health and you name it. Looking forward to catching up with... Read More →

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Liam Downing

Manager, Evaluation and Data, Quality Teaching Practice, NSW Department of Education
Liam is an experienced and impactful evaluation leader, with 17+ years of experience. He is focused on ensuring that evaluation is rigorous in its design, meaningful in informing next steps, and driven by building the capacity of as many people as possible to engage deeply in evaluative... Read More →

Wednesday September 18, 2019 1:40pm - 1:45pm AEST