Evaluating Behavior Change:  Demonstrating the Effects of Training

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Big Picture . The need for program evaluation within Federal agencies, including OSEP, has never been more pressingFor IDEA Part D, OSEP depends on individual grantees for evidence of program effectivenessThe vast majority of OSEP projects carry out at least one personnel preparation, professional development or training activity as part of their project; therefore

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1. Evaluating Behavior Change: Demonstrating the Effects of Training Patricia Gonzalez, OSEP

2. Big Picture The need for program evaluation within Federal agencies, including OSEP, has never been more pressing For IDEA Part D, OSEP depends on individual grantees for evidence of program effectiveness The vast majority of OSEP projects carry out at least one personnel preparation, professional development or training activity as part of their project; therefore… OSEP depends on grantees to produce evidence of the effectiveness of “training” activities

3. Logic Model Elements INPUTS ACTIVITIES OUTPUTS OUTCOMES

4. OUTCOMES

5. Issues in Measuring Behavior Change Who: all participants or a sample What: Use of evidence-based practices Fidelity measures to ensure practice is performed as trained Measures that demonstrate effectiveness of “training” (e.g., comparisons pre/post, with non-participants, against standard protocols or criterion)

6. Issues in Measuring Behavior Change Where: in actual or simulated settings How: observations, scored video tapes, self-recorded data Setting Events: organizational support for change

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