Where we are trying to go?
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 12

Where we are trying to go? PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 35 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

Where we are trying to go?. Common outcome measures Quality data collection for outcomes A clear understanding of individual program process measurement needs Program evaluation practiced locally.

Download Presentation

Where we are trying to go?

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Where we are trying to go

Where we are trying to go?

  • Common outcome measures

  • Quality data collection for outcomes

  • A clear understanding of individual program process measurement needs

  • Program evaluation practiced locally


Purpose of trainings

To build capacity to move from reporting inputs/outputs at program level (the current state) to data-driven performance measurement and management linked to organizational goals and priorities (the future state).

Purpose of Trainings


Where we are trying to go

Four Logic Model sessions starting in November 2008 and running through February 2009. These sessions will be 3-4 hours each.

Grantees will complete “Evaluation Planning” Worksheets.

Grantees will complete and submit a data collection methodology.

Grantees will submit data to Muskie by summer 2009.

Training Overview


Where we are trying to go

By early 2009, all JJAG grantees will have developed a project-specific Logic Model(s) and evaluation planning worksheets

By mid 2009, grantees will have developed/modified existing data collection tools, developed an evaluation methodology, and started to collect data.

Training Objectives - Overall


Where we are trying to go

Differentiate the 3 levels of evaluation

Understand the Steps in the Evaluation Process

Recognize the advantages of Logic Models

Complete a Basic Logic Model

Training Objectives


Where we are trying to go

What have we done?

How well have we done it?

How much have we done?

How effective has our program been?

What could we do better or differently?

Was it worthwhile?

Was it important?

Program Evaluation Can Answer:


Use three levels of evaluation to help answer the evaluation questions

Process: (Interventions, Activities or Strategies)

Impact: (Initial and Intermediate outcomes)

Outcome: (Long-term outcomes)

Use Three Levels of Evaluationto help answer the evaluation questions


Where we are trying to go

Steps in the Evaluation Process

1. Engage

Stakeholders

START HERE

2. Describe

Program

6. Ensure Use

and Share

Lessons

Learned

5. Analyze

and

Interpret

Data

3. Determine

Evaluation

Design

4. Collect

Data


Program overview logic model

Program Overview Logic Model

Intermediate

Outcomes

Program

Components

Initial

Outcomes

Long-Term

Outcomes

Interventions

Outcome

Process

Impact


Where we are trying to go

HIV Program Logic Model Template

(for providers)

Program Components

(priority populations)

Intervention

Intermediate

Outcomes

(B)

Initial Outcomes

(KANS)

Long-Term

Outcome

(Health)

Group Level

Six session HIV prevention education group in Correctional settings.

Education will include condom use negotiation with sex partners.

Unsafe Sex,

Both Partners

Male

Persons attending the groups will report an increase in the intent to negotiate condom use with sex partners.

Persons attending the groups will negotiate condom use with sex partners.

Persons attending the group will use condoms with their sex partners.

Decreased

HIV

trans-

mission

Improved

well-being

of HIV

infected

people

*remember YOUTH,

RACIAL and ETHNIC

MINORITIES and

PEOPLE with HIV throughout

*KANS=Knowledge, Attitudes, Norms, Skills; **B=Behavior


Data sources exercise

Data Sources Exercise


Where we are trying to go

Expectations:

1. Grantees will be responsible for completing multiple worksheets between sessions.

2. We will monitor your progress and report any delays in submitting assignments.

3. Muskie will provide ample TA. You can call on us if you have any questions.


  • Login