Please see attached file for instructions. Instructions Read chapters 13-15 of your text book to plan the evaluation of your program.  The

Please see attached file for instructions.

Instructions

Read chapters 13-15 of your text book to plan the evaluation of your program.  The 2–3-page evaluation plan will measure the quality and effectiveness of your health program and how you will share the information.   


Checklist

· Start this assignment on the same file as your Needs Assessment and Program Planning.  You will add this on to what you turned in last week.

· Read the Evaluation sample(s) before you start (
PLEASE NOTE: 
the samples provided are longer than you are required to submit.  You should be able to address all required information in 2-3 pages) 


Teen COPE_Evaluation.pdf

· Address and discuss all 
BOLDED items below

· Use at least 2 sources from your textbook, government reports or scholarly/peer reviewed journals

· List all references (sources) at the end in correct APA 6th Edition format and in alphabetical order

· Cite each reference on your reference list at least once inside the text of your paper

· Do not use any quotations in your paper – write everything in your own words

· Proofread what you wrote

· Grade what you wrote using the Program Evaluation rubric

· Utilize NU resources (see Resources below) to help with your paper

 


Program Evaluation ( Reference Figure 14.1 and Box 14.2 in addition)

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Process Evaluation:

·
Activities: Provide specific and detailed evaluation activities to reach each process objective.  Activities cover all elements of a process evaluation: fidelity, dose, recruitment, reach, response, and context.

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Impact Evaluation:

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Learning Objective Activities & Data: Provide specific and detailed evaluation activities to reach each learning objective.  All learning objectives are measured, and evaluation data are relevant and realistic to collect.

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Behavioral Objective Activities & Data: Provide specific and detailed evaluation activities to reach each learning objective.  All behavioral objectives are measured, and evaluation data are relevant and realistic to collect.

Environmental Objective Activities & Data: Provide specific and detailed evaluation activities to reach each learning objective.  All environmental objectives are measured, and evaluation data are relevant and realistic to collect.

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Outcome Evaluation:

·
Design: Describe your outcome evaluation design and rationale for choosing the design.

·
Measure/Data: Data collected to measure outcome objectives are relevant and realistic to collect.

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Reporting: Describe how you will report your evaluation activities/findings. Include stakeholders in the reporting process.

 


Resources



      

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Writing Skills Handbook: found under the “Student Resources” link in the course

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