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Sandra Schopper, M.A.

 

Research Associate, Coordinator of the Master program Evaluation

E-Mail: s.schopper(at)ceval.de
Telephone: +49 (0)681 - 302 - 43 28
Fax: +49 (0)6 81 - 3 02 - 38 99
Office hours: by appointment
Address: Saarland University
Center for Evaluation
Room E16, Building C 5 3
PO Box 15 11 50
D-66041 Saarbrücken
Areas of responsibility:
Master program Evaluation
Blended Learning
Main areas of emphasis:
Evaluation research
Social research methods
Didactics of blended learning
Mentoring
Key qualifications

 

Professional Career

Since 08.2016 Coordinator of the Blended Learning Master program Evaluation, Saarland University and DISC TU Kaiserslautern
Since 01.2014 Research associate at Chair of Sociology, Coordinator of the Master program Evaluation, Saarland University and htw saar
08.2014 - 12.2016 Project staff CEval GmbH
07.2012 - 09.2013 Research associate at the Centre for Key Competences, Saarland University
11.2008 - 12.2013 Coordinator of the Mentoring Program, Saarland University

Education

Since 10.2011 Studies in the program Master of Evaluation at the Saarland University and the University of Applied Sciences of Saarland, Germany
10.2001 - 09.2010 Magister Artium English, Spanish and German as a Foreign Language, Saarland University

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Articles

YearTitleAuthor
2017Gemeinsames bedarfs- und qualitätsorientiertes globales Lernen: Entwicklung eines Blended-Learning Masterstudiengangs "Evaluation" in Costa Rica, Deutschland und Uganda. In: Arnold, Rolf; Wolf, Konrad; Wanken, Simone (Hrsg.): Offene und kompetenzorientierte Hochschule. Band I zur Fachtagung "Selbstgesteuert, kompetenzorientiert und offen?!". Baltmannsweiler: Schneider Verlag Hohengehren, S. 243-256Meyer, Wolfgang; Schopper, Sandra; Stockmann, Reinhard
2017Didactical Handbook for the Blended Learning Master of Evaluation (noch nicht veröffentlicht)Meyer, Wolfgang; Schopper, Sandra; Stockmann, Reinhard; Wannemacher, Sophie
2017Moderne Lehr- und Lernmethoden in der Evaluation. In: Stockmann, Reinhard (Hrsg.): Die Zukunft der Evaluation. Reihe sozialwissenschaftliche Evaluationsforschung. Münster: Waxmann, S. 125-140.Nolte, Christine; Schopper, Sandra
2017Professionalisierung in der Gesellschaft für Evaluation. In: Zeitschrift für Evaluation. Sonderheft. Münster: WaxmannSchott, Dörte; Schopper, Sandra; Prigge, Jessica
2015Tagungsbericht zum Transdisziplinären Kolloquium "Zwischen Objektivität und Normativität: Wie kommt die Evaluation zu(m) Werten? In: Zeitschrift für Evaluation, Jg. 15, 2, S. 305-309Hense, Jan; Lietzmann, Anja; Schopper, Sandra; Schott, Dörte; Zuschlag, Susanne
2015Masterstudiengang Evaluation - Professionalisierung der Evaluation durch hochschulische Ausbildung. In: Hennefeld, Vera; Meyer, Wolfgang; Silvestrini, Stefan (Hrsg.): Nachhaltige Evaluation? Auftragsforschung zwischen Praxis und Wissenschaft. Münster: Waxmann, S. 121-142Rech, Jörg; Schopper, Sandra
2014Gemeinsames bedarfs- und qualitätsorientiertes globales Lernen: Entwicklung eines Blended-Learning-Masterstudiengangs "Evaluation" in Costa Rica, Deutschland und Uganda. In: Arnold, Rolf; Wolf, Konrad; Wanken, Simone (Hrsg.): Offene und kompetenzorientierte Hochschule. Band 1 zur Fachtagung "Selbstgesteuert, kompetenzorientiert und offen?!". Baltmannsweiler: Schneider Verlag Hohengehren, S. 243-256Meyer, Wolfgang; Schopper, Sandra; Stockmann, Reinhard

Scripts and Working Papers

YearTitleAuthor
2017MABLE Didactical Handbook Version 1.1 (March 2017). Saarbrücken: CEval.Stockmann, Reinhard; Meyer, Wolfgang; Schopper, Sandra; Wannemacher, Sophie
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Former Projects

ProjectBeginEndClient
Strengthening evaluation capacities within government and civil society in Uganda (ECD Uganda): Development of a blended-learning Master of Evaluation (2012-2015)4/201212/2016Deutsche Gesellschaft für internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)

Project Manager: Prof. Dr. Reinhard Stockmann

Contact Person: Dr. Wolfgang Meyer

Staff: M.A. Sandra Schopper, M.Sc. Sophie Wannemacher

Description

Evaluation as a scientific means to describe and assess interventions is gaining relevance worldwide. The needs for qualified evaluation professionals are increasing in Uganda, too. However, at the moment these needs cannot be satisfied due to lack of training- and evaluation programs in this region. It is for this reason that the BMZ together with CEval and GIZ initiated a program for developing evaluation capacities in Uganda. The most important component of this program is the development and implementation of a master course in evaluation in the blended-learning format at Uganda Technology and Management University (UTAMU) in Kampala, Uganda. Blended-learning is an innovative concept which is gaining popularity worldwide and is now the default means of teaching at UTAMU. Blended-learning unites traditional face-to-face classes with modern forms of e-learning in a didactical coherent way. An advantage of this concept is, that it is possible not only for Ugandan students to attend classes but also for all students of English-speaking African countries. The Master of Evaluation of Saarland University in cooperation with HTW Saarland serves as a template for the Ugandan Master, which will be introduced in fall 2015. The contents of the master program have been developed in cooperation with CEval GmbH, the teachers of the German master as well as Ugandan contact persons of Makarere University and have been adapted to the Ugandan context. The Ugandan Master of Monitoring and Evaluation will comprise 15 modules in total, seven of which are in compliance with the basic teaching program of evaluation at Saarland universities. This is to ensure that all topics relevant to acquire profound knowledge in the field of evaluation are covered. UTAMU has complemented this program with further modules regarding project management, monitoring as well as business start-up consulting. The modules are roughly comprised of web-based trainings, e-tutoring and face-to-face seminars. The teaching concepts have also been developed in cooperation with all stakeholders. The GIZ is responsible for the technical implementation of the e-learning concepts. Two modules of the master of evaluation have been tested in an experimental phase together with UTAMU. During this experimental phase e-tutoring as well as the face-to-face seminars have been supervised in the tandem-principle by teachers of UTAMU and Saarland University/HTW. The hosting of the online study course has been undertaken by the GIZ platform GC 21. In a next step, the seven modules have been integrated into the already existing UTAMU master and the new course of study has been submitted to the responsible committees. The course of study is now aggregated and will be introduced experimentally. A decision about whether the course of study will be continued and which modifications would be necessary for this procedure, will be made in December 2016.
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