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Evaluation Framework

Organization Name:

 

Project Name:

 

Date Created

 

Date Reviewed

   

Assumptions: Need

Assumptions: Solutions:

Desired Results:

Purpose

Program Stakeholders (Key entities that help define the program or to whom the program will report results)

 

Organizational Mission (Organization's mission statement or key action words)

 

Program Purpose Statement

 

We do what? (Summary of key proposed services)

 

For whom? Target population(s)

 

For what outcome(s)? (Benefits/changes in skills, knowledge, attitude or life condition.)

 

Inputs, Activities, and Outputs

Inputs
(List resources needed for the program)

Program Activities
(List activities needed to provide or manage services)

Program Services
(List services to be delivered directly to participants)

Outputs
(Measurable items that come out of the program - numbers)

       

Outcomes Evaluation

Outcome 1: (Changes in skill, knowledge, attitude, behavior, life condition or status)

Indicator(s)
(Concrete evidence, occurrence, or characteristic that will show that the desired change occurred)
Data Source
(Where data will be found)
Data Intervals
(Points at which information is collected)
Target Applied To
(Segment of population to which this indicator is applied)
Target Achievement
Level (Goal)
(the number , percent, variation or other measure of change)
         

Outcome 2: (Changes in skill, knowledge, attitude, behavior, life condition or status)

Indicator(s)
(Concrete evidence, occurrence, or characteristic that will show that the desired change occurred)
Data Source
(Where data will be found)
Data Intervals
(Points at which information is collected)
Target Applied To
(Segment of population to which this indicator is applied)
Target Achievement
Level (Goal)
(the number , percent, variation or other measure of change)
         

Outcome 3: (Changes in skill, knowledge, attitude, behavior, life condition or status)

Indicator(s)
(Concrete evidence, occurrence, or characteristic that will show that the desired change occurred)
Data Source
(Where data will be found)
Data Intervals
(Points at which information is collected)
Target Applied To
(Segment of population to which this indicator is applied)
Target Achievement
Level (Goal)
(the number , percent, variation or other measure of change)
         

Outcome 4: (Changes in skill, knowledge, attitude, behavior, life condition or status)

Indicator(s)
(Concrete evidence, occurrence, or characteristic that will show that the desired change occurred)
Data Source
(Where data will be found)
Data Intervals
(Points at which information is collected)
Target Applied To
(Segment of population to which this indicator is applied)
Target Achievement
Level (Goal)
(the number , percent, variation or other measure of change)
         


February 1, 2006 -- asm
For questions or comments, contact Linda Todd.
URL: http://www.nysl.nysed.gov/libdev/obe/basic/evl_frm.htm
Last Updated: June 3, 2009