The RSA launch Cultural Learning Evidence Champion’s Handbook
Date Created: 3rd Mar 2019
We’ve been working with the RSA and other Bridge organisations to champion the role of evidence and evaluation in improving the quality and impact of arts and cultural education.
Using evidence of how others have made a difference in arts and cultural learning and evaluating our own impact can help the whole sector improve and become more sustainable. The trouble is that evidence gathering, evaluation planning and impact measurement are hard and no one ever tells you what you need to be good at to be good at using evidence.
This new handbook is designed to make it easier to ‘do’ evidence and evaluation. We also hope it will help you love them and to become a champion for them and spread the good word throughout arts and cultural education.
Throughout the guide we talk about the attitudes, the approaches and the key skills of an Evidence Champion. There’s also advice on the things you can do right now with the teachers, arts and cultural educators, funders and evaluators you collaborate with to make arts and cultural learning more evidence-rich.
Download the Handbook here