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Eval11 Session 570: Building Coalition and Evaluator Evaluation Capacity to Measure Community and Systems Change: A Local Evaluator Perspective

membership satisfaction and collaborative functioning) and distal outcomes (e.g., behavior change). However, there is a growing understanding of the process by which coalitions contribute to distal outcomes that now includes creating systems/community changes. These systems/community changes appear to be intermediate outcomes needed to influence long-term outcomes of improvement in health and well-being for the community

Building Coalition and Evaluator Evaluation Capacity to Measure FINAL AEA shared file.pptm



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Eval10 Session 264: Using Evaluation to Improve the quality of the initial implementation of a statewide community and ste level policy and systems change initiative

This presentation, part of a broader panel examining evaluation of The California Endowment's Building Healthy Communities initiative, described the use of evaluation principles, primarily logic modeling, to structure a cohesive planning approach and an evaluable cross-site comprehensive...

TCC Group AEA session 2010 Using Evaluation Principles and Logic Models for Largescale Community Pl.pdf


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Making Connections site profiles

#community #Evaluation2009 #2009Conference #Cluster,Multi-SiteandMulti-LevelEval #Change #comprehensive #Non-ProfitsandFoundationsEvaluation

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Focus Search - Denver’s Oversight Council—which includes resident leaders as well as representatives from city government, the Piton Foundation, Metropolitan Organizations for People, and others—helps MHUW advocate for policy and practice change at the city and state levels



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Eval11 Session 225: Evaluating Community Engagement Using Social Media and the Web

This presentation was part of a Think Tank session (#225) at AEA 2011 facilitated by Katelyn Mack and Ellen Martin of FSG. Abstract: Social media use is growing among organizations seeking to have social impact. Social media is becoming a well-established platform for community engagement,...

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Empowering Non-profits through an Evaluation Learning Community

Assisting afterschool youth development programs to utilize evaluation to improve program quality and drive decision making through funding technology, developing shared metrics, and sharing findings in a peer learning environment. Included are all three powerpoints presented and a sample...

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Focus Search - A All Others Change in Efficacy* 3.3 2.4 Change in Academic Skills* 1.7 1.7 Decision Making/Goal Setting** 7.0 7.8 Interpersonal Communication Skills** 6.1 6.7 Overall Perceived Program Quality 36.4 30.6 * Change in scores pre-post ** Functioning attributed to programming [image: image1.emf]Change in Efficacy 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 Efficacy Pre ScoreEfficacy Post Score Score Organization A All Others [image: image2.emf]Decision Making/Goal Setting 6.5 6.7 6.9 7.1 7.3 7.5 7.7 7.9 8.1 8.3 8.5 Organization AAll Others Score [image: image3.emf]Interpersonal Communication Skills 6 6.2 6.4 6.6 6.8 7 7.2 7.4 Organization AAll Others Score [image: image4.emf]Overall Perceived Program Quality Score 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 Organization AAll Others Score Indicators of Program Quality Org


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Gaining Another Perspoective for Evaluation: Focusing on Children Participation in Asset-Based Community Development Capacities Inventories and Asset Mapping

PDFs of poster presentation and handout. ABSTRACT An overview of Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD; Kretzmann & McKnight, 1993) is given, while emphasizing the role of children. The use of capacity inventories and its implementation to create asset maps is highlighted. In order to push...

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Focus Search - • Children have the abilities, voice, and gifts to create asset maps with capacity inventories with appropriate accommodations, tools, and guidance • Engaging children in community evaluation instills a greater potential for them to be civically engaged and to become community builders and leaders DISCUSSION POINTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS • The capacity inventory was designed to be adaptable--Suggestions for change include adding a section relevant to school activities and a specific list regarding modifications and accommodations to address children • An adapted capacity inventory unlocks evaluation’s ability to be more interconnected, sustainable, and equitableDenise Krohn Ramón, University of the Incarnate Word – AEA 2014 Poster Presentation Handout: Gaining Another Perspective for Evaluation: Focusing on Children Participation in Asset-Based Community Development Capacity Inventories and Asset Mapping, 10/15/14 1 2014 AMERICAN EVALUATION ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE POSTER PRESENTATION Visionary Evaluation for a Sustainable, Equitable Future - October 15, 2014 Gaining Another Perspective for Evaluation: Focusing on Children Participation in Asset-Based Community Development Capacity Inventories and Asset Mapping Denise Krohn Ramón, University of the Incarnate Word dkramon@student.uiwtx.edu ABSTRACT An overview of Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD; Kretzmann & McKnight, 1993) is given, while emphasizing the role of children