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Indicators and Workplans

Process evaluation, through use of the Indicators for School Health Programs or other performance measures, documents the activities that actually take place in your program, how well they were implemented, and what their immediate results were.

Activity #1

Directions

Below is a list of workplan components. Click the box to the left of each component where you believe the Indicators intersect. A correct! will appear for correct choices and an incorrect! will appear for incorrect choices. You will receive an "all correct" symbol once all the correct items have been chosen.

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Activity #1 answers:

Workplan component parts = Activities, Objectives, Measures for accomplishing objectives, Data sources to measure objectives.

Activity #2

Directions

Below are example Indicators questions.

For each Indicators question, choose the most appropriate data source (a-d) to track and measure the accomplishment of that question. You will receive an "all correct" symbol for each question once all correct items have been chosen. There may be multiple answers.

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Activity #2: Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Asthma: Did your asthma management project DISTRIBUTE established or model policies, policy guidance, or other policy materials?
    The most appropriate data sources are Distribution logs (measures # and type of resources distributed and to whom).
  2. CSHP: Did your CSHP state-wide coalition market or communicate about CSHP programs (i.e. create awareness or interest in new or on-going CSHP programs with the general public or partners)?
    The most appropriate data sources are Distribution logs (measures # and type of resources distributed and to whom), Professional Development (PD) logs (measures # and topics of PD events conducted and for whom), and PD attendance logs (measures # and type of attendees at PD events).
  3. HIV: Did your HIV prevention project provide PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT on exemplary curricula or instruction?
    The most appropriate data sources are Professional Development (PD) logs (measures # and topics of PD events conducted and for whom) and PD attendance logs (measures # and type of attendees at PD events).
  4. HIV: Did your HIV prevention project provide TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE that included information about how to assess or measure, at the classroom level, students' knowledge & skills regarding HIV prevention?
    The most appropriate data sources are Technical Assistance (TA) logs (measures # and type of TA provided and to whom).

 

 

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