standard-title Evaluation Model

Evaluation Model

Corresponsibility
Aims to built a joint commitment and shared purpose across organization members. An example of action to improve it is to develop a shared understanding of the project through sessions for mutual knowledge and the exchange of visions.

Transversality
Wants to integrate the diversity of visions through the planning and execution of the project. An action to improve it is to clarify the roles of different actors by developing a process map that delimits who participates, when and how in the different phases of the process.

Horizontality
Pursues equity through a democratic governance and shared leadership. An action to improve it is to favor a culture of balance between discussion and consensus so that it becomes explicit that consensus is necessary, but is the discussion that helps to lift the educational project.

Collaboration
Aims to build positive relationships among organization members based on mutual trust and win-win interactions. An action to improve it is to mediate in existing conflicts so that they become constructive and never destructive, making explicit the opportunities offered by the discussion. It is recommended that a person of the leadership team takes on the role of mediator.

Innovation
Promotes a strategic focus on experimentation and change that drives the project towards continuous improvement. An action to improve it is to make it easier for the actors to change their point of view («what would you do if you were on the other side?»), Including new and different actors in the team (professionals interested, external experts …).

Trust
Intends to generate the necessary cohesion among community actors in order to nurture social relationships. An example of action to improve it is the creation of spaces for informal social interaction, in order to encourage the development of new ways of relating to each other.

The evaluation and advice model of NetEduProject is based on the diagnosis and improvement of these 7 strategies. The results and advice given by the tool help leadership teams strengthen their educational ecosystems by increasing: collaboration, trust, co-responsibility, transversality, horizontality, participation and innovation. This is a theoretically and empirically validated model and provides meaningful information for leadership teams to improve educational outcomes.

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