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|Process and Impact Evaluation of the National Theatre for Children "Energized Guyz" Program||National Theatre for Children||2012|
|Examination of Concerns, Conditions, and Capacities for Consumer Response to Time-of-Use Rates||Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory||2008|
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Beginning in 2010, Research Into Action evaluated the National Theatre for Children's energy-education program, which was developed to educate elementary and middle-school students about energy-related concepts and issues. We conducted both a process and impact evaluation of the program, reviewing the program’s curriculum and delivery method for age-appropriateness and assessing its effectiveness in communicating energy-related concepts. We conducted both pre- and post-intervention grade-level-appropriate surveys of students in a sample of 30 schools in the Tennessee Valley Authority's territory to assess their understanding and retention of energy-related concepts and issues, attitudes and intentions toward saving energy, and self-reported energy-saving behaviors. We also interviewed the National Theatre for Children's staff about the development of the curriculum, the program's learning goals and objectives, guidance given to the playwright, and any curriculum pilot testing.