The comparison of actual intervention impacts against the agreed strategic plans. It looks at what the intervention set out to do (objectives) and what has been accomplished (impacts) and how it was accomplished (processes). It can be used for an ongoing intervention or to draw lessons learnt from a completed intervention.
In the context of teaching and learning, evaluation refers to the systematic process of judging learner performance, teaching instructions, and making evidence-informed decisions to enhance overall educational outcomes.
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