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One needs to determine what changes these innovations actually produce and what effects they have on the total pattern of educational outcomes. Innovations introduced for a certain limited purpose too often produce other undesirable results. For example, a school which was greatly concerned with the development of scientific objectivity and critical thinking had stressed the reliable and dependable materials of unquestionable objectivity. After administering a battery of tests on thinking, the staff discovered to its amazement that the students were highly gullible.

1 Introduction In this chapter we examine important notions in the theoretical hinterland of evaluation practice. These notions do not so much generate evaluation designs and methods as inform our understanding of evaluation and its relationships to other areas of social science and educational action. They reflect, on the one hand, a need for innovative thinking in dealing with enduring social and educational problems, and, on the other, the expectation in postindustrial societies that such problems can be eliminated and our social condition infinitely improved.

Stenhouse 1975: 118–20) Stenhouse’s work has proved influential and enduring across British education generally and language education in particular. Elliott (2001) relates his approach to current thinking on evidence-based approaches to the evaluation and development of teaching within the National Curriculum; Crookes (1993) and Wallace (1998) relate aspects of his approach to the development of Action Research in second or foreign language education. Rea-Dickins notes: If evaluation is ELT is to be effective, we will see a stronger integration of evaluation within practice, as part of an individual’s professionalism and an increase in collaborative activity where teachers (and other relevant practitioners) are actively engaged in the monitoring process.

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