Do you need an evaluator? List your ‘work opportunities’ with us, and get our attention.
We notify all our members, and distribute widely through our social media as well.
Submit your listing here. Or complete this short information form, and send it,
along with a .jpg or .png of your logo, to email@example.com.
Posts cost $99+GST.
Evaluation Matters – He Take Tō Te Aromatawai
Evaluation Matters — He Take Tō Te Aromatawai is an international, inter-disciplinary, peer-reviewed journal published annually by ANZEA and the New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER).
All published journals are free to access online at NZCER, or you can purchase hard copies from them, if you prefer.
Aotearoa New Zealand Evaluation Association Incorporated Constitution.
Amended June 2016.
The Editorial Board invites submissions related to the field of evaluation.
We are interested in a wide range of evaluation-focused topic, including but not limited to:
- Addressing evaluation fundamentals
- Detailing new evaluation methodologies and methods
- Articulating evaluation practice
- Reviews and commentaries.
Papers may be submitted in either English or Te Reo Māori.
View the journal submission guidelines or contact the editor to find out more.
We worked in partnership with SuPERU to develop a set of Aotearoa-specific Evaluation Standards. The Standards provide guidance on what should occur at each stage of a quality evaluation process.
The Standards help to promote good practice for evaluation, and to assist policy and programme development and delivery.
ANZEA SuPERU Evaluation Standards
Evaluation with Integrity
Underpinning these Standards is our core value – evaluation with integrity. What we mean by this, is that when we work, we consider the following four principles:
- respectful, meaningful relationships
- an ethic of care
- responsive methodologies and trustworthy results
- competence and usefulness
The Standards apply to commissioners evaluators, participants and users of evaluation.
The ANZEA evaluation competencies were developed over a two year period, and the final set of competencies was endorsed by the Board in 2011.
The ANZEA competencies are distinct, applying specifically to Aotearoa New Zealand.
Download the Aotearoa Evaluation Competencies
Why would you place valuing, culture, and cultural values at the centre of an evaluation competencies framework? What would it look like if you did? This new set of evaluator competencies from the Aotearoa New Zealand Evaluation Association (ANZEA) is distinct from other competency and credentialing frameworks developed around the world. Why do we believe this approach is key to promoting high quality, culturally sound, responsive, and ethical evaluation practice in Aotearoa New Zealand? This article outlines the process for developing the competencies as well as the reasoning and powerful exchange of ideas underpinning their development and subsequently infused in the competencies.
You can now download and read our Annual Reviews.
Find out more here:
2021/22 Annual Review
2020/21 Annual Review