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Evaluation is crucial for the work of successful programs and initiatives. Evaluation helps us understand what is happening (and what works) in a program or initiative, improve functioning through feedback and quality improvement systems, and provide accountability to stakeholders.
Informed by the principles, values, and methods of community-based evaluation and participatory action research, this module is meant to be hands on and practical, helping you consider how you can use your evaluation to improve your effort, communicate progress to stakeholders, and celebrate success.
Develop skills for discerning appropriate evaluation questions
Develop knowledge of process and outcome measures
Identify how to use evaluation data to learn and make adjustments, share lessons learned, and communicate findings to stakeholders
Module 12: Evaluating the Initiative
Concepts and Attributes of Evaluation
Determining Who Cares and What They Care About
Developing Evaluation Questions Consistent with the Framework and Intervention
Gathering Evidence to Address the Evaluation Questions
Using Evaluation Data to Learn and Make Adjustments
Communicating the Findings to Relevant Audiences
Using Standards to Assess Your Evaluation Plan
Putting It All Together: Developing an Evaluation Plan
Video Presenter: Christina M. Holt, M.A.
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