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Driven to Discover Summative Evaluation Report

June 1, 2015 | Public Programs, Public Programs, Public Programs, Public Programs, Informal/Formal Connections
The University of Minnesota Extension (UME) contracted Garibay Group to conduct a summative evaluation of the Driven to Discover program (often referred to as D2D by youth participants and adult leaders) to assess how adult leaders in Informal Science Education (ISE) settings used the curriculum and citizen science projects as conduits to engage youth in scientific inquiry.


  • Karen Oberhauser
    Principal Investigator
    University of Minnesota
  • 2014 05 30 photo  4
    Garibay Group
  • Citation


    Award Number: 0917450
    Resource Type: Research and Evaluation Instruments | Observation Protocol | Evaluation Reports
    Discipline: Ecology, forestry, and agriculture | General STEM | Life science | Nature of science
    Audience: Middle School Children (11-13) | Youth/Teen (up to 17) | Adults | Educators/Teachers | Museum/ISE Professionals | Evaluators
    Environment Type: Public Programs | Afterschool Programs | Summer and Extended Camps | Citizen Science Programs | Park, Outdoor, and Garden Programs | Informal/Formal Connections | K-12 Programs

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