|Town/Region||Gobustan State National Park|
|Date||12 Mar 2018|
The evaluation process of conservation education program on Azerbaijani students’ knowledge about rare vegetation, environmental affect and responsible environmental behaviour consists of the following steps: identify purpose of evaluation; select evaluation method; design evaluation tools, collect data; analyze and report results.
For evaluations of the training course on rare vegetation conservation in Gobustan National Park, the Project team will use Donald Kirkpatrick's levels model: reaction, learning and behavior.
The Project team will develop the post-tests for measure knowledge gained from participating in the course.
Comparing participants’ post-test scores to their pre-test scores enables us to see whether the training was successful in increasing participant knowledge about rare vegetation and its threats within “buffer zone” of the study area in Gobustan.
Only participants with both pre and post tests will be included in this analysis. Using these tests, the differences between pre and post-tests will be examined for statistical significance.
We also assume the close interactivities with our independent experts on assessment of students’ behaviour after they acquired knowledge.
Read about Yelena's previous project https://www.rufford.org/projects/yelena_gambarova_0 or for more information contact:
Website: https://www2.unccd.int/azerbaijan-presents-long-term-integrated-research... or https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Yelena_Gambarova or http://www.science-community.org/ru