Discussion: Exploring the Program Evaluation Process
- Review this week’s Learning Resources, focusing on examples of logic models and how they are used
- Complete a draft of a “Logic Model Flowchart” to include the information you currently have for your selected program. Note: You do not need to complete every box on the flowchart.
- Describe your educational program identified in Week 1 using information from the key components on your Logic Model Flowchart.
- Explain the importance of adhering to the Program Evaluation Standards in conducting an evaluation of your identified program.
- Share your Logic Model Flowchart draft by attaching to your Discussion response.
- Support your post with two or more references to this week’s Learning Resources and/or scholarly sources within the last 5 years beyond the course material.
This is what need to be completed:
Need to complete and fill out Logic Model Flowchart as write discussion about describing the educational program identified in Week 1 (which is providing Professional development courses for teachers that work with English Language Learner) by using information from the key components on your Logic Model Flowchart. As well explain the importance of adhering to the Program Evaluation Standards in conducting an evaluation of your identified program.
I am attaching the professors logic model flowchart for an example. Also I have started this but am recovering from surgery and having a hard time typing. Also please make sure all references are in APA.
Resources to help with is assignment:
Chen, H. T. (2015). Practical program evaluation: Theory-driven evaluation and the integrated evaluation perspective (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
- Chapter 3, “Logic Models and the Action Model/Change Model Schema (Program Theory)” (pp. 58–93)
Spaulding, D. T. (2014). Program evaluation in practice: Core concepts and examples for discussion and analysis (2nd ed.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
- Chapter 7, “Evaluation of a Professional Development Technology Project in a Low-Performing School District” (pp. 111–120)
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