A presentation at Heritage University @ CBC Week 07 in
February 2020 in
Pasco, WA 99301, USA by
Location: CBC Campus - SWL 208Time: Mondays from 5:30-8:15Week 07: 2/24/20Topic and Content Area:
Reading Assignment: Kapp and Anderson chapters 8-9Assignments Due:
Other Important Information: N/A
What success did you have? What barriers did you face?
If you were to do it again, what would you do differently? Why?
What are the qualities and components of a good logic model?
Reviewing the logic model, ask yourself, “What information do we need to effectively evaluate the processes and outcomes of the program?”
Process: A process is the implementation of a key component of the program. In the Kellogg logic model, processes are described as activities and quantified as outputs.
Outcomes: Outcomes are results that occur that are directly linked to program processes.
[Whole Class Activity] Discuss this as an example logical model. Review how it would be created, the details within it, and how it helps in determining the evaluative process
Conceptualization for program and component and the indicators that we can track.
Adding to the conceptualization
Reviewing your logic model, ask yourself…
“What information do you need to effectively evaluate the processes and outcomes of the program?”
[Whole Class Activity] How can we get the data we need for a program evaluation?
[Small Group Activity] Discuss
What are the advantages of getting data using this source?
What are the disadvantages?
Addition of information sources
Review the program components and indicators you identified
“What is the best source of information for each indicator?”
Discuss what to include…
View Week 07 - Program Evaluation Design and Planning.
This week is about understanding the logic model and being able to connect that to the program evaluation. The objectives are as follows: