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Chapter 21 - How program services are distributed l...

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3/30/11 Components of a Comprehensive Evaluation System Formative Evaluation While a program is being implemented l Summative Evaluation End of a program; final judgment about the worth l Ongoing In-Depth Analysis All programs are evaluated on a rotating, scheduled basis
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3/30/11 Components of a Comprehensive Evaluation System Evaluation Database Pool of systematically collected information l Strategic Evaluation Report
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3/30/11 Importance-Performance Evaluation Participant Expectations vs. Satisfaction How important the attribute is to the participant Participant judgment on how well the agency performed l Strengths and weaknesses?
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3/30/11 Service Hour Evaluation Basic unit of output How many people were served for how many hours?
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Unformatted text preview: How program services are distributed l Strengths and Weaknesses? 3/30/11 Satisfaction-Based Data on participant satisfaction Judge the worth of program services Degree to which programs have provided leisure experiences l Strengths and Weaknesses? 3/30/11 Goal and Objective Process Evaluation Model l Goals and objectives compared with actual outcomes l Actual operation of a program compared with its design 3/30/11 Triangulated Evaluation Data should be gathered from multiple perspectives, with multiple methods Interviews, observations, questionnaires Direct service staff, program supervisor, participants l Strengths and Weaknesses? 3/30/11 Next Week No Class! l March 2 Read Ch 15, 16 Evaluation Assignments due...
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