“Who Am I?” Numerical Evaluation for Leaders

[See Leader Directions for “Who Am I ?” Survey for the first step.] Goal: To evaluate growth or change in individuals or a group. Objective: The leader will be able to compare two sets of surveys to obtain a numerical evaluation of growth or change. Needed: Two completed “Who Am I?” participant surveys given on two …

Leader Directions for “Who Am I?” Survey

Goal: To help participants better understand themselves. Objective: Every participant will tend to be able to better understand themselves as they express their feelings in their choices. Needed: A place for participants to sit and write, a survey for each, an envelope for each, a choice of writing utensils. Optional: a healthy snack. Instructions for …

Possible Uses for Evaluations

Survey To discover some strengths of participants To notice which program goals might need extra attention To observe growth and change in individuals To observe growth and change occurring as a group Grant Writing To show a numerical value in the program Publicity To emphasize value and progress in the program Insights To perceive unexpected …

Verbal Evaluation

An advantage of evaluating verbally is that participants can recall ideas as they hear each other talk. “Think about what we have been doing together.”“Can you tell us what you especially liked or enjoyed?”“What has been helpful for you?”“What would you like to change about what we have been doing?” Follow with affirmation of their feedback. …

5 Finger Evaluation: A Simple Way to Evaluate that Requires No Materials

Goal: To evaluate parts of your program in a simple way Objective: Each participant will be able to give a personal evaluation of the program to help you redirect the program as the year goes or to do an end of the year assessment. This will tend to show you what was effective and probably …

Open Ended Statements for Informal Evaluation

Directions: Written or can be done verbally if you prefer. Open Ended Statements can provide insight from individuals into the meaning of the program Keep it simple. Here are some ideas:  Name_____________________________ You may choose to finish one or more of these sentences about our time together:      I enjoyed      I wish we could …

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