UK Evaluation Roundtable Teaching Cases 2020

Corra Foundation & Pears Foundation

In these two cases, Corra Foundation and Pears Foundation share how their approach to learning has performed under pressure in response to Covid-19, and their initial thoughts on how this will influence the way they learn for the longer term. These cases were produced for the 2020 convening of the Evaluation Roundtable. The lines are numbered to support detailed discussion. A report detailing wider discussions held at the convening can be found here.

The cases should be read in conjunction with the Learning through uncertainty blog series  (produced by the Evaluation Roundtable Network of staff from over 60 Foundations) which links to our ongoing work on sustaining progressive practice into the future. Central to the work of the Roundtable Network is a recognition that, to be the best that they can be, foundations need to be thoughtful and reflective. Which is why learning is critical: balancing data with intuition; combining evidence with instinct. It is not an add on, it’s integral and essential.

IVAR will continue to support further exploration of these themes through the Evaluation Roundtable Community of Practice. Find out more information on how to join these sessions here.

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