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.
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Where we are trying to go?
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).
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.
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
Differentiate the 3 levels of evaluation
Understand the Steps in the Evaluation Process
Recognize the advantages of Logic Models
Complete a Basic Logic Model
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:
Process: (Interventions, Activities or Strategies)
Impact: (Initial and Intermediate outcomes)
Outcome: (Long-term outcomes)
Steps in the Evaluation Process
6. Ensure Use
HIV Program Logic Model Template
Six session HIV prevention education group in Correctional settings.
Education will include condom use negotiation with sex partners.
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.
RACIAL and ETHNIC
PEOPLE with HIV throughout
*KANS=Knowledge, Attitudes, Norms, Skills; **B=Behavior
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.