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  1. Results so far….And things that still need to be done 4rd project meeting, 17th of March 2011, the Netherlands

  2. Evaluation positive advice: cost overview, APL agreement • portfolio • intakeform • intake interview 1. Intake phase 2. Recognitionphase 3. Validation phase • Portfolio assessment • -Observation / Interview 4. Report phase • format APL report 5. Accreditation phase • APL certificate

  3. Pilot • portfolio positive advice: cost overview, APL agreement Evaluationpilot Evaluation: Homework: • intakeform • quickscan 1. Intake phase • intake 10 youngsters • translate portfolio model • translate checklist • 5 tutorsfill in checklist • 10 younsterfill portfolio • Sendingoutcomes 2. Recognition phase • interview (√) • checklists tutors 3. Validation phase • checkingassmentonquality criteria • assess 10 youngster • Sendingoutcomes • interview* • checkingassmentonquality criteria • portfolio assessment • - observation 4. Report phase • translate report • fill in report per youngster • sendingoutcomes • interview* • format Dutch APL report 5. Accreditation phase • describeyourway of accreditatebyfilling in questionnaire • Sendingoutcomes • interview* • questionnaire • APL certificate * These interviews willbecombined in 1 interview • Translate logbook • Tutorsfill in logbook per youngster • sendingoutcomes - Logbook

  4. portfolio Phase Instrument EvaluationHomework • Translate portfolio model (√) • Translate checklist (√) • 5 tutorsfill in checklist (√) • 10 younsterfill portfolio • Sendingtranslated portfolio (√) • Sending 5 checklists (√) • Sending 10 filled portfolio (PT, ?) 2. Recognition phase • interview (√) • checklists tutors Result: Revised APL Portfolio model (in four languages) that can be used by youngsters in Juvenile prison.

  5. Phase Instrument EvaluationHomework • interview* • checkingassmentonquality criteria • checkingassmentonquality criteria (PT,NL ,?,) • assess 10 youngster • sendingfilled in checklist onquality criteria (PT,NL , , ) 3. Validationphase • portfolio assessment • - observation • Results: • The assessments in the APL procedure fulfill to most of the criteria of a competence based assessment • The validation phase can be applied in the pilot of each partner

  6. Phase Instrument EvaluationHomework • translate report (√) • discuss report with 3 tutors • adapt report • fill in report per youngster • sendingadaptversion of report (√) • sending 10 filled in reports 4. Report phase • interview* • format APL report • Results: • Revised APL report format (in 4 languages) • The report phase can be applied in the pilot of each partner

  7. Phase Instrument EvaluationHomework • describeyourway of accreditatebyfilling in questionnaire • sendingfilled in questionnaire • interview* • questionnaire 5. Accreditation phase • APL certificate Result:  we will do this part tomorrow after lunch

  8. Evaluationpilot Pilot Phase Instrument EvaluationHomework - Logbook • Translate logbook (√) • Tutorsfill in logbook per youngster • Writesummarymainfindingslogbooks in English • Sendingtranslatedlogbook (√) • Sending 10 filled in logbooks • Sendingsummarymainfinding in English • - tutorsfill in logbooks for everyyoungster • answerquestions for summarylogbookresults • sendingsummary of logbooks to Simone • sending 10 filled in logbooks to Simone

  9. Results Pilot (so far)

  10. Results logbooks

  11. Practicality of the APL project All partners agree that tutors can work with this APL procedure in prison. Some partners say that they need extra training or support. All partners agree that youngsters can work with this APL procedure if they are supported well. All partners agree that the APL procedure is logically designed. Although some activities needed to be adapted. It is hard to say if the APL procedure reached the intended goal. Not all the results are there yet.

  12. Final results The final format of the APL procedure can only be delivered if I receive all the input.

  13. Questions Questions