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Eval14: Developing a Curriculum Implementation Assessment to Examine Model Fidelity

Informed by implementation science, the presenters developed and implemented a curriculum implementation assessment to examine the extent to which an early childhood home visitation program in Pima County, Arizona implements a parenting education curriculum with fidelity. The tools developed assessed the extent that staff training, supervision, and home visitation were implemented with quality and fidelity. The presenters will provide a brief overview of implementation science and review the process of developing five assessment stages and practical application to programs, which include: 1) developing fidelity metrics; 2) developing and testing instruments; 3) collecting and analyzing data; 4) providing feedback in written and oral reports; and 5) using feedback to inform staff development and program improvement strategies

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Eval12 Session 691: Learning More From Teacher Logs - An Example From the NASA Explorer Schools Evaluation

2012 AEA Conference Presentation Session Title: Measuring Implementation of Curriculum, Materials, and Content Knowledge Description: Using teacher logs to measure program implementation and report in real time

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Eval13: Panel Session 89 - Using a Program-Theory Model to Create a Curriculum Rubric, Assess Leadership and Inform a Theory of Change

We also discuss how the model has informed the assessment of the leadership portion of the program and how it has informed our theory of change model

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Focus Search - Slide 14 PI    was: • Highly  involved  in  articulating  program   model • Understood  its  purpose/supportive  of  use • Actively  used  it Slide 15 Designed  to  be  used  as  an  assessment  tool   to  determine  the  quality  of  the  12th grade   capstone  math  or  science  courses   identified/modified/implemented  during   the  program  by  participating  high  schools.   Intended  as  an  assessment  of  the  entire  12th  grade  curriculum  for  a  particular  course.  Many  observation  protocols  exist  but  there   are  few  assessment  tools  designed  to  review  the  entire  curriculum.