Monthly Archives: April 2012

Step Six: Report Findings

To make her application stronger, Darcy should mention ways she will analyze and report her findings once she is able to collect data.  She should state how she will collect data related to her original goal, objectives, and activities, and … Continue reading

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Step Six: Report Findings

In addition to a report outline, Darcy submits a program timeline with her application. In planning her program, Darcy comes up with the following timeline that she will abide by: Northwest Community Center Mentoring Program Timeline Year 1 Months 1-3 … Continue reading

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Step Seven: Reassess Program Logic

The final step in the evaluation process is to look at the program’s impact overall, and return to the logic model to see if it needs modification.  The data analyses lead to conclusions about how well the program has fulfilled … Continue reading

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Step Seven: Reassess Program Logic

If you have implemented an evidence-based program correctly, measured consistently, and the problem still exists, you probably need an evaluation to determine why the program has failed to meet its goal(s).  A thorough evaluation will separate the program’s impact from … Continue reading

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Tutorial Completion

Great job!  You have completed the NJJEC tutorial.  Let’s review the seven steps of performance measurement and evaluation: Define the problem. Implement evidence-based programming. Develop program logic. Identify measures. Collect and analyze data. Report findings. Reassess program logic.   Questions?  … Continue reading

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