Program Planning and Leadership Practice Test
A.) Why are evaluations important and what are we evaluating?
B.) How many evaluations do we do and who do we do them for?
C.) What types of questions would be asked on an evaluation for all populations yo
A.) Evaluations are important because it gives the program planner a way to get feedback to improve
upon their programs.
B.) Three evaluations are done: One for the staff, one for the participants, and one for the
C.) Staff and Partici
Scheduled Sequence Program A program that occurs over time.
Program Areas Use your surroundings when planning programs.
Ex. National Level, State, Town, Local Parks, Facilities, Ducks Stadium, Performing Arts Center,
./Chapter 3 Principles, Philosophy and Planning
Philosophy Your belief. Something that defines who you are.
Philosophy becomes a foundation for your mission. Mission statements can change because our
society changes over time. We have to change accordingl
Chapter 1 and 2
Program Planning -Following text and adding a few things.
Leisure You choose to do what you want to do at this time.
- social activities, travel to meet the needs of leisure.
Servant Leaders Listen to stakeholders staff, owner and the peop