We’ve covered the initial aspects of developing a comprehensive evaluation plan: focusing the evaluation and collecting the data. These aspects are those for which the logic model provides assistance. Two additional components of comprehensive evaluation plans are not covered in this course: analyzing the data and using the information.
Remember: The core components of a complete evaluation plan include:
|Focusing the Evaluation||Collecting Information||Analyzing Information||Using Information|
|Questions — What do you want to know?||Sources||Analysis||To whom?|
|Indicators — How will you know it?||Methods||Interpretation||When?|
Print and use the Evaluation Plan Worksheet for comprehensive evaluation planning.