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DOCUMENTING YOUR HOPES & DREAMS. Jim Moran Nancy Lucero. A PROGRAM IS A STORY. Lessons are learned through the telling Everything in the story is of value and has something to teach us Evaluation helps us capture the story and improve our programs.

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Documenting your hopes dreams
DOCUMENTING YOUR HOPES & DREAMS

Jim Moran

Nancy Lucero


A program is a story
A PROGRAM IS A STORY

  • Lessons are learned through the telling

  • Everything in the story is of value and has something to teach us

  • Evaluation helps us capture the story and improve our programs


Guiding principles of the indigenous evaluation framework
GUIDING PRINCIPLES OF THEINDIGENOUS EVALUATION FRAMEWORK

  • Indians have always had ways of assessing merit or worth

  • This knowledge should inform how evaluation is conducted in our communities

  • An Indigenous framework can incorporate broadly held values while also remaining flexible and responsive to local traditions and cultures


The woksape oyate story
THE WOKSAPE OYATE STORY

Developing INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL at TCUs BY:

  • Delivering a high quality education

  • Training the next generation of leaders

  • Providing a challenging learning environment

  • Generating Excellence Across your Institution

    Through Investing in:

  • Academic Programs

  • Professional Development

  • Recruitment & Retention


Telling the woksape oyate story
TELLING THE WOKSAPE OYATE STORY

INPUTS

ACTIVITIES

&

OUTPUTS

Assumptions

Assumptions

Institutional Impact through increasing INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL

OUTCOMES

Assumptions


Telling the woksape oyate story1
TELLING THE WOKSAPE OYATE STORY

ACTIVITIES

&

OUTPUTS

Assumptions

Assumptions

Institutional Impact through increasing INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL

OUTCOMES

Assumptions


Outputs vs outcomes
Outputs vs. Outcomes

Output  Direct Product of the Activities – Volume of Work Accomplished

Outcome  Changes Resulting from Activities & Outputs


Outputs
OUTPUTS

Products of a program’s activities -

data about the volume of work

  • number of participants

  • number and type of classes

  • establish a tutoring center

  • set up advisory board

  • changes in a curriculum


Outcomes
OUTCOMES

Specific changes in behaviors, knowledge, skills, level of functioning

  • increase in cultural identity

  • fluency in tribal language

  • improvement in math scores

  • % increase in graduation rates

  • new academic program established


The woksape oyate evaluation proces s
THE WOKSAPE OYATE EVALUATION PROCESS

Step 1: Brainstorm Intended Outcomes

Step 2: List Program Activities

Step 3: Identify Outputs For each Activity

Step 4: OutputsOutcomes

Step 5: Measuring Outcomes

Step 6: Describing the Impacts on Intellectual Capital and Institutional Capacity


Step 1 brainstorm intended outcomes
STEP 1: Brainstorm Intended Outcomes

Within each area

  • Academic Programs

  • Professional Development

  • Recruitment & Retention

    What changes will happen that you believe are linked to your program?

    Explain how each outcome is related to increasing Intellectual Capital (What are your Assumptions)


Step 2 list program activities
Step 2: List Program Activities

Within each area

  • Academic Programs

  • Professional Development

  • Recruitment & Retention

    List all services provided (things done in course of carrying out the program)

    How is each activity related to the Outcomes?

    Why do you believe this?


Step 3 identify outputs for each activity
Step 3: Identify Outputs For each Activity

Within each area

  • Academic Programs

  • Professional Development

  • Recruitment & Retention

    Describe such things as the number of

  • participants

  • classes taken

  • staff in degree programs

  • identified tribal language speakers

  • changes made in a curriculum


Step 4 outputs outcomes
Step 4: OutputsOutcomes

Within each area

  • Academic Programs

  • Professional Development

  • Recruitment & Retention

    Describe how each Output will contribute to one of your identified Outcomes

    Why do believe this will this happen?


Step 5 measuring outcomes
Step 5: Measuring Outcomes

Within each area

  • Academic Programs

  • Professional Development

  • Recruitment & Retention

    For each outcome - how will you:

  • know when the desired change has

  • occurred?

  • measure it?

  • collect the appropriate information

    (data)?


Step 6 describing the impact on intellectual capital and institutional capacity
Step 6: Describing the Impact on Intellectual Capital and Institutional Capacity

How will your programs result in:

  • Delivering a high quality education

  • Training the next generation of leaders

  • Providing a challenging learning environment

  • Generating Excellence Across Your Institution


Documenting your hopes dreams

JJJJJ Capital and Institutional Capacity

Jim Moran, Ph.D.

jmoran@du.edu

303-909-0531

Nancy Lucero, Ph.D., LCSW

nlucero@du.edu

720-201-2000