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Division of Adolescent and School Health — Indicators for School Health Programs Tutorial
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Test Your Knowledge — Information Sort

Activity: We have covered a lot of information about the Indicators. Let's make sure we have everything sorted out.


Study the statements listed below. Sort the statements into true and false piles by dragging the true statements into the "Indicators Are" box and the false statements into the "Indicators Are Not" box. Correct answers will lock into place. Incorrect answers will pop back to their original position.

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This activity is designed to reinforce your understanding of the Indicators by requiring you to identify true and false statements about the Indicators.

Indicators Are answers:
2: Indicators are a common set of measures for reporting annual progress.
3: Indicators data can be used to improve your program by identifying strengths and weaknesses.
4: Indicators are the primary process evaluation data source for DASH-funded SEA, TEA, TG, and LEA programs.
6: Indicators can be used to assign staff duties by aligning position descriptions with activities described in the Indicators.
9: Indicators can be used to compare your program description to actual accomplishments.

Indicators Are Not answers:
1: Indicators are designed to cover all your DASH-funded activities.
5: Indicators are the only source of program assessment you will need.
7: Indicators require you to do more of each activity in subsequent years.
8: Indicators list out all the activities that your program must complete.


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