2 edition of Youth participatory evaluation found in the catalog.
Youth participatory evaluation
Kim Sabo Flores
Includes bibliographical references (p. 173-175) and index.
|Statement||Kim Sabo Flores ; foreword by Naomi Ortiz.|
|LC Classifications||HV1431 .F57 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 181 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||181|
|LC Control Number||2007028785|
Acknowledge the Inexperience and Concerns of Many Adults. Intervention Costs Cost information coming soon. A wide variety of YPE projects are taking place in urban, suburban, and rural areas spanning the globe. Positive results related to improvements in nutrition and physical activity behaviors among youth, their peers and families; increased access to fruits, vegetables and clean drinking water in schools and communities; new skills and exposure to new experiences acquired in youth; and expansion of successful projects to additional sites, new partners, additional funding, media attention, and other health improvement efforts. Evaluation is part and parcel of educating yet it can be experienced as a burden and an
Findings from empirical research are used to illuminate the challenges of applying a quasi-experimental paradigm of evaluation of youth and community work. This essential text will enable the reader to reconstruct evaluation as a tool for learning as well as a tool for judging value. Key principles of the approach include: Youth opinions are solicited, respected, and applied. Programs that anchor their evaluations in outcomes while collecting key process data benefit immensely from systems that integrate data collection into daily program management. This guide can help evaluators expand their skills so they can work with youth programs — or just with a group of youth — to collaboratively accomplish their evaluations with young people.
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Capacity building Wikipedia Capacity building or capacity development is the process by which individual and organizations obtain, improve, and retain the skills and knowledge needed to do Sabo Flores does an excellent job of laying out the process of participatory evaluation and how to make it an inclusive, relevant, and valuable experience for both adults and young people.
Closing the gap between YPE theory and practice can substantially improve the quality of your evaluation. Programs that anchor their evaluations in outcomes while collecting key process data benefit immensely from systems that integrate data collection into daily program management.
It provides a comprehensive reference, drawing on a wide range of literature and practice examples to support those involved in youth and community work to develop and implement participatory approaches to evaluating and communicating the meaning and value of youth and community work to a wider audience.
Figure Findings from empirical research are used to illuminate the challenges of applying a quasi-experimental paradigm of evaluation of youth and community work. Acknowledge the Inexperience and Concerns of Many Adults. Back cover copy Youth Participatory Evaluation Youth Participatory Evaluation: Strategies for Engaging Young People is a groundbreaking book that provides step-by-step, playful, and accessible activities that have proven effective and can be used by evaluators, educators, youth workers, researchers, funders, and children's and human rights advocates in their efforts to more effectively engage young people.
Youth teach other youth. New Directions for Evaluation. Its foundation has been laid: definitions have been established; core principles of youth participation to guide practice have been delineated; and articles, journals, and books have been written, exploring its dimensions and impacts. YPAR utilizes a participatory action research framework that includes the following steps: Identify the issue or problem.
Smith, L. Chapter Ten: Using Journaling in Evaluation. Canadian Cataloguing in Publication Data. The assessment also focuses on crime statistics for teens, deployment of officers, and organizational distribution of resources to use for working with youth, as well as effectiveness of partnerships with youth-serving, community-based organizations.
Seminar Summaries. However, there is little in the literature that is designed to help students involve and support young people in evaluating the impact of youth work activities.
While participatory evaluations are not new in the human services sector, inclusion of children and adolescents in those evaluations is a fairly recent development. Our future: a Lancet commission on adolescent health andTransformative Evaluation, an approach specifically designed for youth and community work, is presented.
Part 3 focuses on the ‘doing’ of participatory evaluation and offers guidance to those new to participatory evaluation in youth and community work and a helpful check for those already engaging.
Youth Participatory Evaluation. Youth Participatory Evaluation: Strategies for Engaging Young People is a groundbreaking book that provides step-by-step, playful, and accessible activities that have proven effective and can be used by evaluators, educators, youth workers, researchers, funders, and children's and human rights advocates in their efforts to more effectively engage young sylvaindez.com by: A participatory approach ensures programs are meeting the needs of the population being served.
Therefore, when youth are directly connected to (and affected by) a health issue or program, it is important to involve them in program design and evaluation. engaging youth in evaluation processes.
She also presents numerous promising strategies that can be utilized to engage youth in the evaluation process. The first part of the book, “Foundations of Youth Participatory Evaluation,” consists of two chapters that provide an overview of youth participatory evaluation (YPE), including its.
A case study of youth participatory evaluation in co-curricular service learning Beth Lewis Samuelson1, Ross Smith, Eleanor Stevenson, and Caitlin Ryan Abstract: This paper examines the practice of participatory evaluation through an exploratory single case.
It explores how five programs use critical participatory action research and youth participatory evaluation to engage youth and improve program delivery. These trailblazing organizations illuminate the possibilities and challenges of using approaches to research and evaluation that reflect youth development principles and sylvaindez.com by: 1.