Empowerment evaluation
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 18

Empowerment Evaluation PowerPoint PPT Presentation


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

Empowerment Evaluation. Adapted From a Power Point by Dr. David M. Fetterman Director of Evaluation School of Medicine Stanford University. By: Donna DeNoble & spell your name here. The Basics of Evaluation (According to Fetterman). Definitions of Evaluation

Download Presentation

Empowerment Evaluation

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


Empowerment evaluation

Empowerment Evaluation

AdaptedFrom a

Power Point by

Dr. David M. Fetterman

Director of Evaluation

School of Medicine

Stanford University

By:

Donna DeNoble & spell your name here


The basics of evaluation according to fetterman

The Basics of Evaluation (According to Fetterman)

  • Definitions of Evaluation

  • Merit and Worth and/or Improvement

  • Purpose: Development, Accountability, and Knowledge

  • Lens: Who is in Charge or Control?

  • Capacity Building, Organizational Learning


Logic step of evaluation

Logic Step of Evaluation

  • Goal or Purpose (specific to the program)

  • Baseline - where are things before the

    intervention

  • Program or Intervention

  • Measurement (including criteria)

  • Process

  • Outcomes & Impacts


Tripartite partnership

Tripartite Partnership

  • Community

  • Evaluator

  • Donor


Types of evaluation

Types of Evaluation

  • External

    Compliance

    Independent Judgment

  • Internal

    Engage Participants (process use)

    Participatory, Collaborative & Empowerment


Designs methods

Designs & Methods

  • Experimental Design (treatment-control)

  • Ethnographic (descriptive)

  • Survey (pre and post-test)

  • Interviews & Focus Groups


Flow of activities

Flow of Activities

  • Goals

  • Baseline

  • Program (intervention processes)

  • Outcomes

  • Impacts


Empowerment evaluation1

Empowerment Evaluation

3 Steps

1. Mission

2. Taking Stock

3. Planning for the Future


Mission

Mission

  • Facilitate development of the mission

    statement

  • Group values

  • Democratic process

  • Making meaning & giving voice


Taking stock part i

Taking Stock: Part I

  • List activities

  • Prioritize (dots)

  • Activities


Interim measures and 2nd data point

Interim Measures and 2nd Data Point

  • Taking Stock Represents the Baseline

  • Plans for the Future represent Intervention

  • Interim Measures - Feedback Loop -

    Midcourse Corrections

  • 2nd Taking Stock is a 2nd Data Point -

    Comparing Change Over Time as a Group


Planning for the future

Planning for the Future

  • Goals

  • Strategies

  • Evidence


Summary

Summary

  • Mission

    Values and focus

  • Taking Stock

    Baseline

  • Plans for the Future

    Blueprint for action

    Monitoring change over time


Technology to facilitate evaluation

Technology to Facilitate Evaluation

  • Online Survey Software

  • Digital Photography and Digital Video

  • Filesharing - Yahoo Briefcase and iDisk

  • Virtual Conference Space

  • Videoconferencing on the Internet

  • Web Broadcasting - Yahoo Webcam


Technology

Technology


Empowerment web

Empowerment Web

  • Charter members

  • Newsletters

  • Free software and web links to conduct self-assessment

  • Book reviews

  • URL

    • www.stanford.edu/~davidf/empowermentevaluation.html


  • Login