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Unformatted text preview: • Identifying a variety of resources that may be of assistance in developing a deeper understanding of the problem. • Developing a working hypothesis about why the problem is occurring. Response: • Brainstorming for new interventions. • Searching for what other communities with similar problems have done. • Choosing among the alternative interventions. • Outlining a response plan and identifying responsible parties. • Stating the specific objectives for the response plan. • Carrying out the planned activities. Assessment: • Determining whether the plan was implemented (a process evaluation). • Collecting pre- and postresponse qualitative and quantitative data. • Determining whether broad goals and specific objectives were attained. • Identifying any new strategies needed to augment the original plan. • Conducting ongoing assessment to ensure continued effectiveness....
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- Winter '11
- sara model, broad goals