What is summative evaluation?

 
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Definition
 

Summative evaluation is a method of judging the worth of a program at the end of the program activities. The focus is on the outcome (Bhola 1990).

Examples
 

Here are some examples of summative evaluation:

 
  • Determining attitudes and achievement related to using a primer after it has been used in a training course
  • Collecting data on the impact of a program operating in a community for a period of time
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