27 January 2010

Recommended Gift for an Evaluator

Eva the Evaluator is not a story book. What it is… a low-cost, slim paperback with 4-color illustrations that resembles a children's book. Of course, it is intended as a children's book. I consider it a better choice for the adult professional evaluator it seeks to describe.

The story of Eva is not so simple. In fact, it demonstrates that evaluators' work is hard to explain. But this little book brought a smile of delight to the administrator I placed it before, making it the best holiday gift I gave this year.

Eva the Evaluator by Roger Miranda
ISBN-10: 0984158804
ISBN-13: 978-0984158805
Reading level: age 9-12

Disclosure statement: I paid for my copy of the book and I have not received any compensation or free product from the publisher for mentioning this book. (This blog's only monetary reward comes through google.adsense links, which are selected by Google, not by me.)

© 2010 Mary Bold, PhD, CFLE. Email contact: bold[AT]marybold.com. The content of this blog or related web sites created by Mary Bold (http://www.marybold.com/, http://www.boldproductions.com/, College Intern Blog) is not under any circumstances to be regarded as legal or professional advice. Bold is the co-author of Reflections: Preparing for your Practicum or Internship, geared to college interns in the child, education, and family fields. She is a consultant and speaker on assessment, distance learning, and technology.

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